The Cardisio heart screening test, called Cardisiography, is the only screening method that is completely non-invasive, does not require medical staff to administer, and at the same time yields highly accurate results. The screening is easy to perform and can be provided at low cost.
The problem & the solution
Many examination methods are either not reliable enough, e.g. exercise ECGs, or they are too invasive and incur a high risk for the patient, e.g. angiocardiography.
That’s what makes the Cardisiography so ground-breaking: For the first time, it is possible to diagnose ischemic and structural heart disease in people who have no symptoms. And all this in an effective, non-invasive, low-risk way.
You can use the Cardisio results to gain key insight from a medical professional into the kind of heart disease you may be suffering from. This makes the Cardisiography the perfect starting point for further diagnosis and treatment. Cardisio treatment has two main objectives: Alleviate health problems and prevent dangerous consequences such as a heart attack!
Cardisiography is a high-precision screening test used to determine the risk of ischemic or structural heart disease. It is a non-invasive, highly sensitive, fast and inexpensive method for determining deviations in the electrical excitation propagation of the heart.
Because it is reliable and easy to use, the Cardisio Screening Test offers a complementary method to old screening methods such as the electrocardiogram (EKG), the stress EKG and the echocardiography. Cardisiography gives the doctor a further aid in decision-making with regard to further diagnostic and therapeutic measures.
Cardisiography's scientific approach
The technology used is far more advanced than that of an EKG. Cardisiography is a further development based on vector cardiography. That means it shows the spatial representation of the temporal course of the potential differences generated by the heart, as they are projected onto the body surface. It also provides information on the spatial course of the voltage changes at the time of atrial and ventricular depolarization and ventricular repolarization as a vector.
The result of the cardisiography is based on a specific algorithm in connection with a neural network that correlates with the intrinsic blood flow, as well as on the actual spatial orientation of the heart muscle in the dipole field.