Use Cases

An Inconclusive ECG

An Inconclusive ECG

  Situation 83-year-old female patient with a stressful life, glucose=8.00mmol/L, symptomatic (fatigue, sleep problems), and got CHART test in primary care.   CHART report interpretation   Risk Assessment The systolic blood pressure is slightly elevated (140/80 mmHg). Family history of cardiovascular disease.   ECG The ECG interpretation is borderline, with only first-degree AV-block by prolonged PR (PQ interval=236ms).     PCG PCG shows some abnormalities, which are not necessarily...
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Myocardial infarction in question

Myocardial infarction in question

  Situation A 54-year-old male patient has a previous (a month earlier) normal ECG, and the physician did not diagnose any problem. CHART test is done currently, which shows a different picture.   CHART report interpretation Risk Assessment The blood pressure is high: 160/100. Otherwise no other cardiac-related risks.   HART-findings and HF prediction HART-findings show mild wall motion abnormality (WMA) and diastolic dysfunction type...
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Pacemaker patient assessment with CHART

Pacemaker patient assessment with CHART

Situation Female patient with a previous history of carcinoma and mildly decreased systolic function due to cardiotoxicity. She had a previous heart trauma and a dual chamber pacemaker implanted for sick sinus syndrome. Back for control, where a Cardio-HART (CHART) test is performed before Transthoracic Echocardiogram.   CHART report interpretation   Risk Assessment The patient is 74 years old, hypertensive, dyslipidemic,...
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Improving early identification of cardiovascular problems at the point-of-care

Improving early identification of cardiovascular problems at the point-of-care

    Background Patient 00 has an artificial valve or prosthesis. The patient is under cardiology observation. However, the next cardiology appointment is 6 months out. The patient had mild chest discomfort and was worried as the prosthesis was relatively new.     For the record, neither the ECG nor the CHART detected the prosthesis.    ECG use Case  GP consulted the patient file and...
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Breakthrough Cardiac Diagnostic device reduces wait-times and backlog

Breakthrough Cardiac Diagnostic device reduces wait-times and backlog

As we cautiously emerge from the grips of the pandemic, so too heart disease is re-emerging as the leading cause of disease burden in England. Numerous studies and research articles bear witness to what will undoubtedly be COVID-19’s ongoing legacy, an increase in heart disease of epidemic proportion, to regain the crown as the #1...
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