The New Standard For Cardiac Screening

Cardisiography closes the diagnostic gap.

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Cardisiography (CSG)

Cardisiography is a screening procedure that helps detect heart health problems in their early stages. It is a fast and efficient procedure that provides results within minutes.

As opposed to other screening methods, with CSG, heart problems are detected before symptoms even appear. This allows for more effective disease prevention and treatment.

Cardisiography Can:


A CSG report will provide clarification of a patient’s cardiac health in the case of undefined symptoms, such as shortness of breath, fatigue or back pain, as well as before anesthesia.

Help Prevent

CSG helps doctors and patients take preventative measures when used in regular medical checkups, e.g. annual visits, before sporting events or long trips, or even after infection with COVID-19.


In cases of suspected structural heart disease, arrhythmia, or CHD/ischemia, CSG helps confirm or rule out heart disease.

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The Process

Signal Acquisition

In the four-minute recording, five electrodes are attached to the body, similar to an ECG.

Quick Results

The recorded parameters are immediately transmitted to the Cardisio server and processed into a report using an AI algorithm.

Information about the report

Consultation with a Doctor

A medical professional will discuss the results with the patient.

Further Information

Cardisiography’s Role within the Diagnostic Pathway

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The Technique Behind Cardisiography

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Health Insurance Coverage of Cardisio

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Cardisiography in Practice

Henning Steen MD (Phd)

“If you imagine that a stress ECG may only accurately detect heart disease in 50% of affected patients and that Cardisiography is close to 90 or even over 90%, that’s a huge advantage and a huge step forward.”

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A Cardisio Patient Case

“Cardisiography is a very valuable procedure. […] and therefore I consider it to be an extremely important and beneficial tool in the very early diagnosis of patients like me with unclear symptoms.”

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