Study title: Comparison of a vector-generated ECG and the standard leads during a bicycle ergometer examination in patients with suspected stenosing CAD.
Lead investigator: Professor Dr. Nicolaus Reifart
Other examiners: Doctoral candidate Jörg Alexander Langanke and Jörg Reifart
Rhön-Klinikum is one of the largest healthcare providers in Germany, operating hospitals, clinics and group medical practices.
Rhön-Klinikum uses CardioSecur to monitor the success of ablation therapy in patients with arrhythmias.
The Staufenklinikum Schwäbisch Gmünd is a community hospital and has been a part of the Network of Ostalb Clinics since 2017. It is also the academic teaching hospital for the University of Ulm.
The Staufenklinikum is carrying out a comparison study between CardioSecur and the standard 12-lead ECG among neonates, toddlers, children, and teenagers.
Heidelberg University Hospital is using CardioSecur in the prehospital setting. This project has the title “4-Point (22-lead) ECG as an Alternative to the Classic 12-lead ECG in the prehospital setting.