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With Cardisiography, signs of emerging or existing heart disease (arterial, structural, or arrhythmias) can be detected early, easily, quickly, cost-effectively, and precisely. Cardisiography is a new screening method that measures the electrical activity of the heart. By placing 4 electrodes on the chest and an additional electrode on the back, a vectorcardiogram (3D analysis of the electrical activities of the heart) is generated within a very short time. 290 parameters, such as the electrical potential, the direction of excitation propagation in space, and more, are calculated per heartbeat and evaluated with the help of artificial intelligence. The Cardisio algorithm is continuously trained with confirmed findings, improving its accuracy.
Cardisiography is as easy to use as an ECG but scans the heart muscle in three dimensions. The evaluation quickly provides clarity as to whether the heart is diseased or whether a heart attack could be imminent.
When should a Cardisiography be performed?
- In the case of undefined complaints, e.g. B. after vaccination or infection with COVID-19 (Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2) or other diseases,
- as a regular preventive check-up,
- for typical symptoms of heart disease, such as chest pain or palpitations,
- and symptoms such as nausea, back pain, shortness of breath, or tiredness as they can also be a sign of cardiovascular disease.
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Cardisiography (CSG) detects pathological patterns in the heart earlier and more precisely than comparable examination methods, allowing decision-makers to find the best therapeutic path more quickly.