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NewCardio Study Shows CardioBip Detects Recurrent Atrial Fibrillation Earlier and More Reliably than Periodic Holter Monitoring
Date:2/24/2011

nce for our belief that CardioBip is exceptionally well-suited for long-term cardiac monitoring. There are more than 30 million patients – in the US and throughout the world - who have atrial fibrillation or other cardiac arrhythmias, and could benefit from using the CardioBip solution. We look forward to sharing the data with our HRS colleagues, and to building market awareness of CardioBip's efficacy, ease of use, and suitability for this important clinical need."

In the study, 21 patients who underwent catheter ablation for AF were given CardioBip devices and asked to provide daily transmissions for 60 days and additional transmissions whenever symptoms (such as palpitations or dizziness) developed. Patients also had 24-hour, continuous 12-lead ECG recordings (Holter monitors [HM]), a commonly-used method for AF surveillance, at 30 and 60 days post-procedure. Both CardioBip and HM data were reviewed by two independent, blinded cardiologists.

All 21 patients completed the full 60-day follow-up period and showed good compliance throughout, making an average of 2.2 transmissions per day. Twenty of 21 patients had at least one episode of recurrent AF detected by CardioBip. Most of these episodes were asymptomatic. Six of the 20 patients also had occurrence of atrial flutter (AFLT) detected. In contrast, only four and two patients had recurrent AF and AFLT detected by 12-lead HM, respectively. In all these six patients, AF and AFLT had already been detected by CardioBip – an average of 27 days earlier than detection by 12-lead HM. All symptomatic CardioBip transmissions were correlated with at least one rhythm irregularity (e.g. AF, AFLT, or premature beats).

Dr. Dorin Panescu, PhD, NewCardio's Chief Technical Officer, commented, "This is the third clinical study showing that CardioBip is an effective, accurate and patient-friendly solution for long-term monitoring of cardiac conditions. In particular, the study data show that CardioBi
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