Clinical Indications of Use

Hemodynamics Co wearable AECG technologies is now being adopted to replace many of the common indications of use that have been used for traditional (short term) 24 hour Holter monitoring.  With virtually all of the recent clinical data suggesting improved diagnostic yield with longer duration AECG studies, most clinicians are choosing a wearable AECG patch as a primary method of monitoring their patients compared to just a short-term 24 hour study.  With the ACSD Clip 2, the ReelCardio V-Patch & the Hemodynamics EZecg Patch, clinicians will have 3 - 30 times more ECG information to obtain a greater picture of the overall ECG activity.

The Hemodynamics Co suite of wearable, real-time AECG monitoring technology provides a superior clinical evaluation for patients suspected of experiencing a variety of transient cardiac arrhythmias. Patient's monitored with the Hemodynamics Co Wearable AECG monitoring technology should NOT be those with life threatening arrhythmias such as sustained supraventricular / ventricular tachycardia and other known complicated rhythms.

In contrast to a fixed picture of cardiac electrical activity from a standard resting 12-Lead Electrocardiogram & the standard 24 hour Holter monitor, the extended continuous ambulatory ECG monitoring (such as Extended Holter) or  Mobile Cardiac Telemetry (MCT) with the ReelWearable+Plus (up to 30 days), the or the EZecg Patch or provides an enhanced evaluation that is proven to lead to the proper diagnosis.

The ReelWearable+Plus is the most unique wearable AECG monitor to hit the US market since the iRhythm ZIO Patch. The ReelWearable+Plus has many significant technological advantages over single channel patch or traditional cardiac monitoring that is proving rise above all other options for monitoring longer than 2 days / >48 hours.

Patients that qualify for ReelWearable+Plus & Hemodynamics EZecg Patch include (but not limited to):

  • Traditional symptoms:
    • Chest pain
    • Shortness of Breath (SOB)
    • Dizziness
    • Syncope / Passing Out
    • Palpitations
    • Skipped beats
  • Post Stroke / TIA
  • Post Myocardial infarction
  • Post TAVR or other Valve Replace
  • Atrial Fibrillation (A Fib) monitoring
  • Known transient cardiac arrhythmias
  • Transient symptoms -> suspected arrhythmias
  • Patients with established chronic complex arrhythmias

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