Telemed Solutions Launches PC-Based Wireless Resting 12-Lead ECG

The device streams ECG data from the patient to a standard Windows computer

 

June 3, 2013

Telemed Solutions released its initial product, the TM-12, a PC-based wireless 12-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) system. It embeds a Bluetooth radio into an ECG acquisition device, then streams that ECG data from the patient to a standard Windows computer.

“Twelve-lead reports can now be exported to electronic format and emailed to a physician’s phone. These are fairly new concepts in the world of ECG. The TM-12 was designed to streamline workflow in a physician’s office.” said Ken Burns, CEO of Telemed Solutions.

The TM-12 uses the University of Glasgow ECG analysis program as its interpretation engine. 

The product was released in May 2013.

For more information: www.telemedcorp.com

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