Transoma’s Second-Generation ICM System Enters Market

 

February 12, 2009

With Sleuth AT, physicians can now choose to program the capture of high-quality ECG strips at frequent intervals, providing insight into complex arrhythmias, which are often asymptomatic and frequently changing. These captured ECG strips are automatically transferred to a 24/7 monitoring center, staffed by certified cardiac technicians, who classify and notify physicians of the presence of a wide variety of cardiac arrhythmias such as ventricular tachycardia, bradycardia, supraventricular tachycardia and atrial fibrillation (AF).

As a complete, remote and automated system, the Sleuth AT Cardiac Monitoring System includes the implantable loop recorder, the personal diagnostic manager, the base station and a 24/7 monitoring center operated by Medicomp.

At the third-party monitoring center, certified cardiac technicians review the patient’s ECG data and provide information to the physician to aid in diagnosis and ongoing treatment. Physicians can access this information via a secure Web portal, and have the reports faxed or e-mailed to them as they prefer. If the cardiac technician observes a particularly concerning arrhythmia, the patient’s physician will be contacted immediately.

For more information: www.transomamedical.com

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