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Everist Genomics to Launch CardioDefender: World's Only Mobile ECG System that Delivers Real-time, Beat-by-beat, Quantitative Heart Monitoring Data to Physicians
Date:11/9/2011

ecorders and Holter monitors, each of which present significant limitations.  Hospital-based ECG monitoring, for example, typically limits the observation period to a few days, despite the fact that people who have intermittent arrhythmias, rarely experience them at the hospital or doctor's office.  On the other hand, ECG recorders and Holters enable physicians to monitor patients' heart rhythm data remotely, but such devices do not provide real-time, beat-by-beat, quantitative heart rhythm monitoring.  Moreover, portable ECG recorders and Holters are generally limited to less than 4 hours or 6 events of actual event recording time, and these devices cannot simultaneously transmit heart rhythm data to monitoring centers while recording new data.

Following FDA approval and European CE Mark registration last year, CardioDefender has already been deployed at more than 150 medical facilities in the United States for post-approval commercial evaluation. Between January and October of this year, the number of patient days of heart rhythm monitoring performed with CardioDefender grew from fewer than 5,000 to more than 18,000 patient days per month.

"The commercial evaluation of CardioDefender has been a big success as the system has already been widely adopted and used to provide heart rhythm monitoring for thousands of patients," Sunkara said. "This further demonstrates the growing consensus among the medical community that it is time for a better approach to managing heart arrhythmia.  By empowering physicians with the first mobile system to deliver real-time, beat-by-beat, quantitative monitoring and automated reporting, we are bringing the better approach to fruition."

This novel diagnostic system represents a significant advance in Everist Genomics' franchise of cardiovascular diagnostic and prognostic tests and complements the innovative AngioDefender diagnostic device for assessing endothelial function.  The company pla
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