Which Specialists Should Use Cardiogoniometry?

Cardiogoniometry is a procedure, which can support the established ECG test and considerably specifiy the findings. Therefore, Cardiogoniometry is not targeted solely at cardiologists.
In fact, Cardiogoniometry will facilitate a highly accurate and fast diagnosis at a preliminary stage. Due to the wide field of application, please find below a selection of medical professionals recommended to use Cardiogoniometry:

 

General Practitioners / Family Doctors


The general practitioner is able to make a quick and highly accurate diagnosis at a very early stage and potentially refer the patient to a specialist, a cardiologist.

 

Internists


Either as a resident doctor in a medical service center or in a hospital: Cardiogoniometry enables the internist to easily determine or exclude a cardiac cause in the patient and define diseases with possible similar symptoms.

 

Cardiologists


In addition to standard methods, the cardiologist can use Cardiogonometry to obtain further findings, which can help him to act quicker.

 

Diabetologists


Diabetics in particular face an increased cardiovascular risk, which can be examined quickly and easily with Cardiogoniometry.

 

Hypertensiologists


Patients suffering from hypertension also face an increased risk of ischemic heart diseases and structural myocardial changes (left ventricular hypertrophy – LVH) and can be examined regularly.

 

Angiologists


With Cardiogoniometry, vascular disease specialists can obtain stress-free, additional information regarding coronary heart disease (CAD) and ischemia, especially for patients with peripheral arterial occlusive disease (PAOD).

 

Sports Medicine Specialists


An exact diagnosis for top athletes is becoming more and more important. Despite normal ECG results, athletes time and again suffer from a cardiac infarction. Cardiogoniometry can support a more precise screening.

 

Occupational Physicians


Today, many physically and mentally demanding professions, such as firemen or pilots require regular examinations. Cardiogoniometry can support a consistent, fast and precise cardiac diagnosis.

Further Areas of Application in Which the CARDIOLOGIC EXPLORER (CAE) Has Been Established Successfully.

In addition to the above-mentioned specialists, Cardiogonimetry is successfully applied in the following fields, using the CARDIOLOGIC EXPLORER:

 

Rehabilitation Centers / Geriatric Medicine


Cardiogoniometry can provide quick and stress-free information, particularly in patients, where, for various reasons, physically demanding examinations are not an option.

 

Flying Doctors & Rural Areas


The CARDIOLOGIC EXPLORER can be operated as a mobile medical kit in conjunction with a laptop, using the software. Especially in house calls and in regions or countries with long distances to the next hospital, vital information about cardiac causes can be determined fast.

Ambulances


The mobile application of the CARDIOLOGIC EXPLORER is crucial here as well: in regions or countries with long distances to the next hospital, particularly those with a connected cardiac catheter lab, vital information regarding cardiac causes of conditions can be determined fast.

 

Increased Efficiency in Cardiac Catheter Labs


Cardiogoniometry supplies additional information for patients with acute conditions, while able to determine a CAD in asymptomatic patients. The cooperation of elective angiography and acute cases can be improved and, with this, the occupancy of catheter labs optimized.