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New Cardiac Electrical Biomarker Featured In Johns Hopkins Abstract Demonstrates Strong Correlation To High Sensitivity Troponin To Rule Out Acute Myocardial Ischemic Injury
Date:3/25/2013

& CEO of VectraCor. He added, "Our technology is an exciting, non-invasive, real-time technology that will benefit many patients and may help clinicians diagnose more quickly the #1 disease in the world."

"In this study we ran a completely blinded analysis of electrocardiograms. The strong correlation between VectraCor's CEB™ and troponin in a multivariate analysis (after adjustment for other clinical and demographic characteristics of patients) was very impressive. Future use of the VectraplexECG System with CEB holds big promise", stated Dr. Larisa Tereshchenko .  

The current "gold standard" for AMI detection is a long process which can continue up to 24 hours and involves placing 10 electrodes to produce a 12-lead ECG and measuring cardiac serum biomarkers (i.e. troponin) every 3-6 hours via invasive blood draws. The VectraplexECG System (FDA-cleared/CE Marked) uses only 5 electrodes to detect ECG changes suggestive of AMI and derives a 15-lead ECG (US) and the 22-lead ECG (EU). This will give the clinician more information with fewer electrodes, while potentially reducing lead placement error.

About VectraCor
VectraCor is a New Jersey-based medical device company with disruptive technology in the cardiovascular and emergency markets. This unique technology has the potential to become the new standard of care in cardiac monitoring. Visit us at www.vectracor.com or 973-904-0444.

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VectraCor, Inc.
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