Using a digital reconstruction of the heart function based on ECG data obtained in the normal way, and with the help of smart algorithms and AI, it is now possible to determine whether there is a normal or abnormal heart function within minutes. And that diagnosis is of great importance for the care and treatment of patients.
Making an Electrocardiogram or ECG/EKG is simple, cheap and fast. After all, making an MRI or CT or Echo takes time and manpower. Not only when making the measurement, but also when disinfecting the equipment after the measurement. Unfortunately, the classical ECG makes it difficult for doctors to properly interpret the results of the measurement. And to determine whether the heart is functioning normally or abnormally.
We call the method that has now been developed, patented and tested CineECG. The measured ECG values are no longer only shown in 12 graphs, but the doctor is presented an image of the heart in which the primary direction of the electrical activation and recovery processes is clearly visible in either 2D or 3D dimensions.
This makes it possible to directly relate the measured ECG values to the heart anatomy. And whether the electrical current generated by the heart follows a normal pattern or whether there are abnormalities and underlying heart problems.
Until now CineECG has proven to deliver clinical value in detecting Brugada Syndrome but also in rapid distinction between normal and abnormal ECG's at COVID19 ER triage.
CineECG is not available as a commercial product. This is expected soon. Initially CineECG will be offered in a Software as a Service (Pay per use) configuration. Uploading an ECG PDF will result in a CineECG report delivered within minutes.
More details regarding the clinical validation of CIneECG can be found in the artical recarding BRUGADA and the article regarding COVID (click on the names to read the articles)