A breakthrough cardiac event monitor that combines cardiac monitoring & cell phone technologies in one unit
Transmissions occur without the need for patient interaction through the use of remote wireless monitoring technology. All the patient has to do is attach the Cardiophone and the rest is taken care of automatically!
Canadian Cardiac Care is the only cardiac centre in all of Canada and the Middle East exclusively carrying this advanced technology.
Learn more about the Canadian Cardiac Monitoring Centre (CCMC)
A single device for patient comfort, convenience & ease of use.
Why Choose Cardiophone?
Records & transmits patients ECG in real-time 24/7
Threatening situations can be anticipated & acted upon immediately
Complete & comprehensive data points are available in each report
Benefits for Patients
Single device for convenience, comfort and ease of use.
No battery charger required.
No patient interaction to transmit
data to physician.
Simple, easy to use, improving
Early detection and treatment.
Benefits for Physicians
Records and transmits a patient’s ECG in real-time in Canada’s own 24/7 monitoring site.
Threatening situations can be anticipated and acted upon immediately.
Recording and transmission occur without the intervention of patients.
Preliminary report will be sent to cardiologist or internist to finalize report.
Real-time Cardiac Event Monitoring Process
Transmission occurs automatically without the need for patient intervention.
24/7 Wireless Monitoring
Real-time continuous monitoring provided by the Canadian Cardiac Monitoring Centre.
Regular Daily Routine
Patients can go about their regular daily activities while being monitored 24/7.
Notifications & Alerts
The physician will be contacted if urgent or emergent events arise.
Emergency services will be contacted if a threatening arrhythmia is received.
The Cardiophone was tested against a traditional wearable monitor suggesting that this new technology was about six or eight times better at measuring atrial fibrillation in patients at risk for stroke. Early identification of of atrial fibrillation can save lives. On top of its life saving potential, Cardiophone monitoring should allow earlier discharge of patients from hospital, which could save the health care system millions of dollars.
24/7 monitoring allows for early detection & early treatment.
Noninvasive ambulatory ECG monitoring for an extended
duration (up to 15 days) significantly improved the detection of atrial fibrillation by a factor of more than five times and nearly doubled the rate of anticoagulant treatment, as compared with the standard practice of short-duration ECG monitoring.