News | August 28, 2008

LUMEDX CardioECG Streamlines ECG Management Without High Costs, Software Upgrades

August 29, 2008 - LUMEDX Corp. and Epiphany Cardiography Products today introduced CardioECG 3.2, a multimodality, multivendor, pure-Web software for cardiac rhythm data management.

By delivering clinical data from more than 60 different devices and over 30 vendors across 10 different modalities - such as cardiograph, Holter, stress, patient monitoring, PFT, and defibrillator - CardioECG reportedly streamlines data management, supports best-of-breed clinical environments, and significantly reduces total cost of ownership.

CardioECG is a part of LUMEDX’s suite of integrated cardiovascular imaging and information management tools, which the company said delivers a robust and unified Cardiovascular Information Systems solution.

LUMEDX said the system eliminates expenses associated with regular, costly hardware and software upgrades, plus sun-setting of older systems, offers pure Web access, edit, review, confirm and print diagnostic-quality ECGs from any network-connected PC in the hospital, office, home or via iPhone.

The system supports up to 250 simultaneous users and creates one final record and includes management reports.

For more information: www.lumedx.com/goECG

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