- Healthcare Professionals
Elevating the cardiac standard of care with ECG technologies designed with you and your patients in mind.
This recent clinical study compares the diagnostic accuracy between human oversight-dependent continuous ECG monitoring and algorithm-dependent mobile cardiac telemetry (MCT). The abstract was authored by Mark Willcox, MD; Steven J. Compton, MD, FHRS; and Gust H. Bardy, MD.
A recent clinical study from Overlake Medical Center utilizing the Carnation Ambulatory Monitor (CAM) patch was accepted into the 2021 Heart Rhythm Society Conference. The abstract, authored by Marie Yabut MN, RN, CEN, Sarahi Gomes-Duarte, MA, and Eric Shipley, MD, MBA, explores the role of the CAM patch, as a solution for outpatient evaluation after presenting symptoms of cardiac arrhythmias with an inconclusive diagnosis in the emergency department.
See how the CAM’s proprietary R-R plot allows for AVNRT diagnoses.
The CAM’s R-R plot provides a third view for more clinically actionable diagnoses.
With the CAM, you will be able to definitively diagnose AF among the broad realm of other SVTs.1
The CAM patch’s sleek design provides patients with increased comfort and optimizes signal capture for clear results.
Improve workflow efficiency to accelerate patient care and increase staff satisfaction with the BardyDx EHR Integration.
Provide your patients with continuous care from the comfort of their homes with our Mail-to-Patient program during COVID-19.
More diagnosed arrhythmias lead to greater clinical decision making. Read how the CAM stacks up against other monitoring devices.
Learn everything you need to know to integrate the CAM patch into your practice with this ICD-10 and CPT code guide.
Get industry-leading diagnostic accuracy and ECG clarity with the CAM patch’s unique P-wave technology.
Discover how BardyDx advances your ability to provide faster, more accurate diagnoses.
Schedule a product demonstration today.
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.