News | March 08, 2007

FDA Clears Spacelabs’ Cardiology Data Management System

March 9, 2007 — Sentinel integrates the entire range of noninvasive diagnostic cardiology solutions including: ECG Exercise Testing, 12-Lead ECG, Holter Monitoring, ECG Event Recording and Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring into one central data management system. The system enables a straightforward approach to consolidation and management of diagnostic cardiology procedures by centralizing all solutions in a central networked database that reduces the need for paper records, increases time saved in searching for patient details and improves workflow management.

Designed for use either in a single station, such as within a physician's office, or as a fully scalable solution for large multi-centered hospitals, Sentinel is fully networkable and compatible with existing systems and third party vendor applications. It is also designed to integrate with existing hospital information systems, allowing seamless connectivity of patient records from admission through recording, diagnosis and discharge. Patient reports can be viewed at workstations or via the Web from any location through secured security software.

For more information visit www.spacelabshealthcare.com.

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