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NewCardio Medical and Technology Team Presents Two Abstracts at Heart Rhythm Society Conference
Date:5/18/2009

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"Vectorcardiographic Evidence of Cardiac Memory During Continuous Ventricular Pacing," authored by Drs. Alexei Shvilkin, Mark Josephson and Peter Zimetbaum, all of the Department of Medicine/Division of Cardiology at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School in Boston, as well as Drs. Bosko Bojovic (NewCardio's co-founder and senior consultant), Branislav Vajdic (NewCardio's Chief Executive Officer), and Ihor Gussak (NewCardio's Chief Medical Officer). This study presents data demonstrating the ability to identify cardiac memory (post-pacing T wave abnormality) during continuous ventricular pacing using the Company's 3-dimensional ECG interpretation tools. Previously, this phenomenon was only described in the setting of a return to normal ventricular activation. This observation advances our understanding of wide complex rhythms physiology and serves as a basis for improving ECG diagnosis in the setting of abnormal ventricular activation (left bundle branch block (LBBB) and ventricular pacing).

"Vectorcardiographic Discrimination Between Acute and Chronic Left Bundle Branch Block," authored by Drs. Shvilkin, Josephson and Zimetbaum from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School, as well as Drs. Bojovic, Vajdic and Gussak. The study demonstrates that by using NewCardio's platform technology, it is possible to distinguish new onset left bundle branch block (LBBB) from a chronic one. This constitutes a significant diagnostic advance in a setting of acute coronary syndrome (ACS). Currently, new or presumed new onset LBBB is a Class I indication for primary percutaneous coronary intervention or fibrinolytic therapy in patients presenting with symptoms consistent with ACS. Up until now there have been no diagnostic criteria to distinguish new onset from chronic LBBB and if no prior ECGs were available it had to be presumed "new." NewCardio technology allows the
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