Multiple studies suggest that one-third of important arrhythmias occur beyond 48 hours, and the vast majority are detected during 8 days of continuous ECG monitoring.
The ECG patch monitor’s long wear time allows more opportunity to capture cardiac arrhythmias that may not be recorded in a standard 24- to 48-hour Holter monitor; it is logical to conclude that the Holter patch is the most cost-effective device.
Extending arrhythmia monitoring periods results in a greater number of arrhythmia events to be detected.
It is estimated that up to 68% of 24-hour monitoring studies are inconclusive due to such a short monitoring duration, 24- to 48-hour Holter is useful for patients with frequent and reproducible palpitation.
With the 8 days ABIORO Patch, the physicians can now have access to up to 8 times more ECG information to instill a greater level of confidence in the findings of the study.
Our Data Service includes a cloud service that synchronizes and consolidates data from medical wearable sensors on patients in multiple locations into a secure web-based portal.
The AI module developed by engineers and researchers of ABIORO potentially has a high accuracy compared to the trained cardiologists to classify a wide range of distinct arrhythmias.
It can provide diagnosis results several days sooner compared with other providers.
Patients prefer a monitor that is: unobtrusive; may be worn while bathing or showering; does not itch or irritate the underlying skin;
can be removed by the patient at the end of the monitoring period, and collects and analyzes the data in the shortest effective time.
The cloud-platform enables physicians to monitor patients without having to come into contact with them, thus preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus.
A dual processor wearable ambulatory ECG monitor with sampling rate upto 1000Hz, 8 GB internal storage and Water resistance IP22, delivers uninterrupted 24 hours a day beat-by-beat data for up to 14 days.
Deep learning approach can classify a broad range of distinct arrhythmias with high diagnostic performance similar to that of cardiologists.