Technology | July 19, 2010

New ECG Diagnostic Workstation Extends Wireless Capabilities

July 19, 2010 – A recently introduced a multimodality, electrocardiogram (ECG), PC-based diagnostic workstation is designed for physician practices using wireless data acquisition and easy navigation.

The Cardiac Science Corp. CareCenter MD workstation features Wireless data acquisition using a Bluetooth connection between the patient and the diagnostic workstation removes the need for cables, providing the opportunity for physicians to perform testing in a wider range of settings.

Its advanced connectivity allows physicians to read, analyze and confirm patient tests from anywhere with a secure Internet connection. While no electronic medical record (EMR) is required to view data with CareCenter MD, records can be easily transferred to an EMR if desired.

A shared patient database for both electrocardiograms (ECG) and stress tests are stored in the same database and can be easily accessed and reviewed, allowing physicians to make real-time comparisons of historical versus current patient data.

A simple interface, featuring one-button navigation, reduces the need for training and allowing fast and efficient workflow.

For more information: www.cardiacscience.com

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