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To overcome signal-to-noise limitations with short patch vectors, the CAM™ patch employs a novel circuit design and uses advanced compression algorithms to process the signal, ensuring superior P-wave recording. The placement of the CAM patch over the sternum creates an aVF-like lead, optimized for P-wave signal capture, in addition to being sensitive enough to capture the higher-amplitude QRS signal.

The result? The first compact, high-sensitivity P-wave monitor that is comfortable for all patients during extended wear.

  • ¹Smith 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.

Meticulously designed to generate higher rhythm specificity

  • Low Noise Floor

    The sensor’s placement on top of the atria over the sternum—away from noisy muscle stimulation—contributes to a high signal-to-noise ratio.

  • High Sensitivity

    Innovative, low-noise electronic circuit design increases sensitivity.

  • Advanced Signal Processing

    Rigorously-tested proprietary compression algorithms synthesize data to produce a high-clarity ECG signal.

  • Continuous Recording

    Patients press the button when they feel symptoms, notating the CAM report with events that require close attention. The CAM patch continues to record, whether or not patients document events.

What Healthcare Professionals are Saying

"Almost all patient activities can be conducted unimpeded making compliance much better than any Holter or event monitor I have used previously. I was able to pick up paroxysmal atrial fibrillation in one of my first uses of the device, something that had been missed on prior Holters."

- Frank Landry, M.D.

What Healthcare Professionals are Saying

"The simple, yet elegant and informative data presentation format allows quick assessment of the patient. Contextual data before and after an event allows me to better understand the circumstances of each arrhythmia."

- Dr. Gene Trobaugh, Cardiologist (Enumclaw, WA)