New Research presented at the 2018 Heart Rhythm Society Annual Scientific Sessions, demonstrated that PocketECG’s extended online monitoring capabilities increased diagnostic yield for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (PAF) over any other monitoring method, including a 36% increase over the multi-day patch.
|PocketECG comparison with different method and durations||AF burden||DY Results|
|24h of Holter monitoring||≤ 1%||PocketECG 6x higher DY|
|24h of Holter monitoring||≤ 10%||PocketECG 4x higher DY|
|48h of Holter monitoring||≤ 1%||PocketECG 3.5x higher DY|
|48h of Holter monitoring||≤ 10%||PocketECG 2.5x higher DY|
|Multi-week offline patch||≤ 1%||PocketECG 36% higher DY|
|Multi-week offline patch||≤ 10%||PocketECG 25% higher DY|
Research shows that PocketECG’s monitoring methods, which provide cardiologists with continuous, full-disclosure ECG monitoring, extended duration time and measurement of heart rate, at rest and during activity, are more likely to increase DY.
Continuous ECG monitoring and longer monitoring duration times also significantly improve the likelihood of AF detection. Equally important, however, is the reliability, comprehensiveness, timeliness, availability and relevance of the information provided by PocketECG.
PocketECG is a complete diagnostic solution designed to meet all of these critical performance criteria, and more, with its ability to capture and label every heart beat while transmitting full-disclosure ECG signal for up to 30 days.