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Frost & Sullivan Applauds SHL Telemedicine for Excellence in Product Innovation
Date:4/1/2009

LONDON, April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The '2008 European Telemedicine Systems for Cardiac Monitoring Product Innovation of the Year Award' is presented to SHL Telemedicine Ltd. in recognition of its next generation personal ECG device - the CardioSen'C(TM). This full 12 lead ECG personal digital cellular transmitter is a monitoring system that uses either cellular network (GPRS) or public switched telephone network (PSTN) to transmit real-time medical cardiological data remotely. It effectively fulfils the need for an end-user friendly system.

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"The CardioSen'C(TM) is a revolutionary product that transmits digital encoded ECG data through the cellular network (GPRS) and allows for comparable ECG accuracy due to the elimination of background noise present when using acoustic transmission against many of the present generation wireless communication modalities such as WiFi or Bluetooth," notes Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Abhishek Dutta. "In addition, the device enables medical professionals at the telemedicine centre to remotely operate and control the device, which promises calm, clear and effortless transmission on the part of the end user."

The CardioSen'C(TM) transmits in real time to SHL's telemedicine centre, providing a patient's full 12 lead ECG for the purpose of remote, real-time diagnosis of arrhythmia, ischemia, and myocardial infarction (MI). The ECG is then analysed by medical professionals at SHL's telemedicine centre.

"This, together with a clinical description given by the patient, provides medical professionals with the critical data needed to assess the situation and provide medical assistance, if necessary," says Dutta. "This telemedicine service helps to drastically reduce morbidity and mortality rates following an acute MI or othe
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