Physicians and Partner Practices
Dr. Ulf Hambach
Quote:„A high quality and portable ECG system! I use it for emergencies outside of the practice. It is also employed in the practice. The possibility for patients to record a high-quality ECG on their own in situations when symptoms arise is sometimes the only (noninvasive) possibility to document rare arrhythmias and for them to be treated.”
Dr. Niels Jacobsohn
Quote:„My goal is to achieve an extensive improvement in the ambulatory care of patients with intermediate or unclear arrhythmias. Through the implementation of the only mobile, 15-lead ECG with a recommendation to act and immediate data transfer to the physician (CardioSecur), this can be accomplished. I have been working with the app-based ECG system (CardioSecur) for approximately 2 years, and receive an ECG with at least 15 leads in clinical quality. CardioSecur also offers 22 leads, thereby representing the posterior and right walls of the heart. CardioSecur is a certified class IIa medical product, and has been validated at the Charité in Berlin, among others.”
Dr. med. Martin Kister
Dr. med. Martin Kister is a cardiologist and angiologist, also offering Psychotherapy at his practice on the Berliner Allee in Düsseldorf. His specialties include interventional cardiology, angiology, cardiac MRI, stress echocardiography, and diving medicine.
Quote: „Thanks to modern technologies, the recording of heart values can take place when a patient is feeling unwell, and not just later in the office. This is when symptoms have often abated. This does not mean, however, that everything is okay. As a physician, it is helpful when I have a mobile ECG that I can refer to.”
Dr. Michael Kreplin
Quote:„A patient classified as an emergency by CardioSecur can visit my practice without prior appointment. I check his or her heart function with the standard 12-lead ECG in my practice and take further steps if required. I use CardioSecur myself during my travels all around the world - recently with a neighbor on La Réunion in the Indian ocean. Unfortunately the ECG can’t be used with the latest version of the iPad Pro, there’s is even no adapter available. This is going to change soon hopefully.”
Prof. Dr. med. Wendt
Dr. Wendt has been working as a Cardiologist in Frankfurt since 2010. He has also been a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the German Heart Foundation for the Information and Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases since 1993. He has been engaged as Anti-Doping Commissioner for the Hessisch Tennis Club since 2011. Since the beginning of 2018, he has been managing cardiological and sports medical lifestyle private consultations at CODE Medical.
Prof. Dr. med. Wendt is an Attending Physician in Internal Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Cardiac Center in Frankfurt am Main. He is also a member of the scientific advisory board for the German Foundation for Information and Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases. In addition to his responsibilities in the clinic, Prof. Dr. Wendt can also be seen on “Service Gesundheit” from “Hessischen Fernsehens.”
As one of our partners, Prof. Wendt supports CardioSecur Active users in the creation of their reference ECG, and is available on the CardioSecur platform for interpretation of ECGs.