Capture symptoms in an ECG

Only a clinical 12-lead ECG recorded the moment symptoms occur can provide clarity. CardioSecur’s 15-lead ECG can be used anywhere on your smartphone and goes even further to provide you with immediate feedback to know if medical attention is necessary.

The recorded ECG data can be automatically or manually sent to your physician, who can then reach a conclusive diagnosis and initiative appropriate therapy.

Common signs of heart problems

Depiction: Typical symptoms of heart problems

Some typical symptoms of a cardiac event include:

  • Strong palpitations or a racing heart
  • Tightness or pain in the chest with radiation to the left arm
  • Perspiration or cold sweats
  • Shortness of breath
Depiction: Typical symptoms of heart problems

When experiencing a heart attack, in addition to these „classic“ symptoms, woman may present with additional signs such as:

  • Upper abdominal pain
  • Shoulder, back, or spinal pain
  • Leg or lower jaw pain
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Dizziness, circulation disturbances, and severe fatigue 

Optimal timing of diagnosis and no wait times

A cardiologist appointment is often paired with a long wait time. When finally seeing the cardiologist, the patient’s symptoms have often resolved, making it impossible to establish a diagnosis.

Long-term ECG systems and event recorders, which are often the only options available to a physician, have their diagnostic limitations (1-lead ECG) and record over the period of a few days only. This is often not sufficient to reach a diagnosis. If the symptoms occur later, the story begins for the patient all over again. This frustrating circle can occur many times and can even last several years. At the same time, the danger that a new, unrecognised event grows that could have serious health effects.

ECG with a direct recommendation to act

With CardioSecur Active, patients can record a clinical, 12-lead ECG whenever symptoms occur. No need for long waiting lists or packed waiting rooms.

Receive an immediate recommendation to act after each reading to know if you need to seek medical attention or not.

You can also share the profound 12-lead ECG data from the moment symptoms occurred with your physician so that he can determine the actual cause of your symptoms and initiate effective therapy