News | October 01, 2008

CardioNet Launches Enhanced Reporting Package for the Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation

October 2, 2008 - Wireless medical technology company CardioNet Inc. today released its new atrial fibrillation (AF) reporting package to enhance its current AF management program.

The CardioNet AF Management Program offers a comprehensive tool to the physician for the diagnosis, treatment and management of their AF patients. The program provides physicians with a flexible monitoring program to evaluate the clinical efficacy of catheter and surgical ablation procedures allowing improved management of these post surgical patients.

The company said reporting enhancements will strengthen CardioNet’s current proprietary correlated Heart Rate Trend Chart and AF Burden Graph by providing detailed atrial fibrillation statistics, including the duration of AF episodes, the percentage of time that a patient is in AF over a 24-hour period, and heart rate trends while the patient is in AF.

The company said the CardioNet System is widely utilized by physicians and is proven to be nearly three times superior at detecting clinically significant atrial fibrillation1, a condition which affects 2.2 million people in the U.S.

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