Technology | April 02, 2009

mVisum Offers STEMI Alert System That Transmits to Physician’s Blackberry

The mVisum STEMI Alert System allows transmission of ECGs and other patient data directly to a physician's Blackberry to reduce the amount of time it takes for a diagnosis to help lower door-to-balloon time.

The system eliminates the use of poor quality faxes or having to sign on to Web sites to access data. EMS can transmit ECGs to the emergency department and using the mVisum application the ED can forward the data to a doctor elsewhere in the hospital, or when they are off site. The application also allows the data to be accessed on a physician review station.

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