Ultrasonic Spirometry

TrueFlow measurement technology Ultrasonic Spirometry is a quick measurement method for direct and precise flow determination. This ultrasound transit-time flow measurement method (TrueFlowTM)works with a high resolution of 1,000 measurement points per second, so that no substitute parameters for flow (e.g. differential pressure, temperature or turbine) are necessary. Within the breathing tube ScoutTube, two diagonally […]

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SAECG – Signal Averaged ECG

Analysis of Signal-Averaged ECG Estimating Arrhythmic Risk using SCHILLER’s SAECG Analysis SAECG is available with the following products: CARDIOVIT CS-200 Excellence, CS-200 Excellence ErgoSpiro, CS-200 Touch, AT-170 and AT-10 plus Features Recognize high frequency Late Potentials thanks to signal averaging and high pass filtering Gain time thanks to straightforward measurement data recording: pushing one button

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PWA – Pulse Wave Analysis

Detection of pulse wave velocity in arteries with ABPM Significant improvement of the cardiovascular (CV) risk assessment With convenient cuff measurements for ABPM, it is possible to measure pulse wave velocity in arteries. These measurements provide information about arterial stiffness: the faster the pulse wave, the stiffer the arteries. The stiffer the arteries, the higher

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HyperQ Stress

Non-invasive Diagnosis of Ischemic Heart Disease Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) screening is largely based on stress ECG testing that has a limited diagnostic accuracy, especially in women. Additionally, there are growing concerns over exposure to radiation and cutbacks on payment for costly cardiac imaging. HyperQ stress ECG testing provides a low-cost, noninvasive, radiation-free and highly

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HyperQ Resting

Non-invasive Diagnosis of Ischemic Heart Disease Chest pain is one of the main reasons for hospital emergency department visits worldwide. Early risk stratification of patients presenting with chest pain and suspected acute myocardial schaemia or infarction is a major clinical challenge. Resting 12-lead ECGs, a mainstay in the management of acute myocardial ischaemia, is limited

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ETM Sport

ECG interpretation module for athletes The distinction between physiological and pathological ECG variations in athletes represents a major challenge. SCHILLER’s ETM Sport, when used in sport aptitude tests, allows the number of false-positive results to be reduced while the sensitivity to detect heart disease remains unchanged. Features ETM Sport is based on the Seattle Criteria

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The innovative ECG analysis program Thanks to our long-standing experience in the area of ECG interpretation, our analysis programs can be used with SCHILLER ECG diagnostic and monitoring systems, as well as in combination with common devices by leading suppliers. Since our products are fully compatible, they are suitable for a multitude of care and

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Culprit Coronary Artery Algorithm Effective use of the 12-lead ECG to optimize diagnosis and management of patients with acute chest pain The optional SCHILLER C.C.A.A. software developed by Professor Hein Wellens and implemented in our ECG machines allows the identification of the site of obstruction in the coronary artery and thereby the size of the

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