More Precise Recognition
67% of patients with NSTE-ACS who were neither diagnosed by ECG nor troponin can be diagnosed by Cardiogoniometry.
Meta-analysis shows 73% sensitivity of Cardiogoniometry regarding identification of myocardic ischemia with relevant stenosis ≥ 50%.
Cardiogoniometry exhibits a 83% correlation with cardio-MRI, in detection of perfusion malfunction and Late Enhancement.
Faster and More Precise
Patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) can be diagnosed faster and more precise by the VASCULAR EXPLORER (VAE) than with a manual Doppler examination.
The CARDIOLOGIC EXPLORER by enverdis
3 examinations in 1 device.
Non-invasive and completely stress-free diagnosis of myocardial Ischemia within only 12 seconds.
Intuitive, PC-based ECG-Diagnosis with automatic findings and recording.
Flexible load planning and automatic evaluation with recording and classification of all the events.
- "Cardiogoniometry could soon replace ECG - the new ECG method can save more lifes. The out-patient and in-patient sector could be significantly modifiedChefarzt Prof. Dr. Gert Richardt - Bad Segeberger Kliniken
- „Valuable benefit for general practioners!“Privatdozent Dr. Ralph Tölg, Leitender Oberarzt am Herzzentrum der Segeberger Kliniken
Chest pain and acute coronary syndrome (ACS)
In Germany, Every Day, Approximately 10,000 People are Admitted to Hospital with a Suspected Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS).
The Cardiogoniometry (CGM) enables physicians to access diagnostic data fast and safely.
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