How often do you see ECG reports that misdiagnose Atrial Fibrillation?

With the CAM, you will be able to definitively diagnose AF among the broad realm of other SVT1

Differentiate AF with certainty from the broad realm of other SVTs

Get the full picture with a clear signal and high-fidelity ECG data. Instead of relying on QRS rate variability alone, the CAM patch’s unique P-wave morphology discernment, in conjunction with the 40-minute R-R plot, better clarifies when a patient is or is not in AF.

  • Mid-line of the R-R plot represents the near-field ECG view.
  • The R-R plot is a 40-minute view with 20 minutes pre-ECG and 20 minutes post-ECG.

How do you accurately evaluate AF burden?

Confidently quantifying AF burden is complex. The CAM report provides clear P-waves, a clean signal, and a third view of the ECG (R-R plot) to definitively identify AF over other atrial arrhythmias, eliminating false positives that contribute to misclassifications in AF burden. The R-R plot captures AF burden with precision, providing industry-leading clinical accuracy to help physicians better understand and manage AF in their patients.1, 2

How confident are you in AF diagnosis and burden?

P-wave centric engineering and R-R plots for enhanced rhythm diagnosis

  • Industry-leading technology with a low noise floor, high sensitivity, advanced signal processing, and continuous recording.
  • Near, medium, and far-field views of electrocardiographic activity provide a detailed diurnal overview of the patient’s heart rate and heart rhythm. Unique rhythm-specific curation of our P-wave centric database allows a high AF sensitivity and specificity in our AI technology, thereby identifying AF and AF burden more accurately.2, 3

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  1. Rho R., et al. “Comparison of 2 Ambulatory Patch ECG Monitors: The Benefit of the P-Wave and Signal Clarity.” American Heart Journal, Volume 203, September 2018.
  2. Rho R., et al. “Incidence of classic atrial flutter in outpatients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation as identified with a new P-wave centric ECG monitor: implications for the AF ablation.” Journal of Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology, 2017.
  3. Smith WM., et al. “Comparison of diagnostic value using a small, single channel, P-wave centric sternal ECG monitoring patch with a standard 3-lead Holter system over 24 hours.” American Heart Journal. March 2017.
  4. Paris D., et al. “Atrial Signal Clarity Is Critical If Artificial Intelligence (AI) Is To Be Used To Distinguish Atrial Fibrillation (AF) From Rhythms That Mimic AF.” Poster Presented Online. 2020.

    Indications for Use: The Carnation Ambulatory Monitor is designed to provide extended duration cardiac monitoring for people who are suspected of having cardiac arrhythmias. Please refer to the Instructions for Use for further information. © 2021 Bardy Diagnostics. All rights reserved. Bardy Diagnostics, Bardy Diagnostics logo, and Carnation Ambulatory Monitor (CAM) are trademarks of Bardy Diagnostics.

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