News | February 03, 2014

InfoBionic’s MoMe Remote Arrhythmia Monitoring System Gains CE Marking

InfoBionic MoMe Remote Arrhythmia Monitoring Patient Holter ECG Monitors
February 3, 2014 — InfoBionic’s MoMe System for cardiac arrhythmia monitoring received CE marking. The MoMe System is a remote patient monitoring platform that can transition between Holter, Event and Mobile Cardiac Telemetry (MCT) modes. The platform leverages cloud computing and proprietary analytics, and delivers on-demand access to patient data for diagnosis.
 
The MoMe System provides a universal patient monitoring platform with real-time patient data for improved arrhythmia detection.
 
InfoBionic plans to commercialize MoMe in early 2014. 
 
For more information: www.infobionic.com

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