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The 3 biggest challenges in analyzing ECG signals – see if you are also struggling with them. (Part 3).

Holter ECG analysis available anytime and anywhere, in just 4 clicks. Is it possible?  In this series of articles, we have already revealed two major challenges that cardiologists are struggling with in their daily practice. These are the inaccuracy and the time-consuming nature of manual Holter ECG analysis. Now it’s time to uncover the last […]

The 3 biggest challenges in analyzing ECG signals – see if you are also struggling with them. (Part 2).

How to analyze more ECG signals and have more free time. The incidence of cardiovascular disease is growing rapidly. According to WHO, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. What’s more, an increasing shortage of resources – physicians, as well as nurses – is escalating the vast backlog of cardiac care. As we […]

The 3 biggest challenges in analyzing Holter ECG signals – see if you are also struggling with them. (Part 1).

An increasing workload, stress, and a huge feeling of responsibility for patients’ lives. Sound familiar? Manual ECG analysis is a traditional and widely used method for Holter ECG examination. The results of such analysis mainly depend on the knowledge, skills, and vigilance of the doctor carrying it out. However, cardiologists and other healthcare professionals are […]

The backlog of heart care in the UK – how AI algorithms can reduce queues for cardiologists?

Modern cardiology is currently facing many challenges. According to WHO, cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide. Therefore, it is crucial to provide better diagnostics and treatment to cardiac patients. One country that is currently struggling to reduce the number of patients with heart diseases is the United Kingdom. What are the obstacles […]

Artificial intelligence and cardiology

Technology provides us with more and more possibilities in many areas of life, including medicine. One of the largest areas of development in the IT industry is artificial intelligence. What is its application in health care? It is no longer just a future dream, but a new reality for clinicians and patients who can already […]

7-day ECG monitoring provides major benefits and is low on resource use

Cardiac complications frequently follow acute stroke. These complications include new-onset arrhythmias, which are also common in stroke patients who have not experienced heart disease before. For post-stroke patients, arrhythmias represent a key risk factor for complications and a worse prognosis. A recent study published in Nature / Scientific Reports aimed to detect the rate of […]

Guidelines for the development, evaluation, and implementation of AI-based prediction models in healthcare
Guidelines For Algorithms

Due to the continuous development of medicine and the huge amount of clinical data collected while practicing it, there is an urgent need to optimize the working time of clinicians. One way to do this is to analyze clinical data using machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) based on predictive models. These models predict the […]

Enabling medical professionals to work from home
medical workers in home office

This is how to make devices and software location-independent.  During the pandemic, many medical workers have been working from home in order to protect themselves and others from infection. Unfortunately, this approach brought with it one major challenge – in most situations, devices and software are located and hosted in hospitals and clinics, not in […]

Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) – why is it so important?

The World Health Organization reports that cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide [1]. One of these diseases is heart failure – a condition in which the heart is unable to pump enough blood to the organs in our body. This results in a deficiency of oxygen and nutrients in the cells of […]

Data overload in cardiology
Data overload in cardiology

The pandemic has highlighted the challenge of data overload in cardiology: after just ten months, 87,000 scientific publications have addressed Corona and COVID-19. Monitors from “Retraction Watch” identified hundreds of articles that were retracted, including some from leading journals. In addition, beyond the pandemic, physicians from all disciplines find it challenging to keep up to […]

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