“Cardiolex offers state-of-the-art ECG devices providing a complete solution within ECG, from receiving the ECG signal from the patient to managing and storing the generated data,” states Johanna Genberg, CEO of Cardiolex. Cardiolex’s IT solution, EC Store is installed in collaboration with the hospital’s existing IT department to receive ECG reports from the different devices.
Cardiolex has achieved a major milestone in 2018 with the migration and conversion of more than 10 million existing ECGs recorded by competitive devices in healthcare organizations through its databases and making it work in the hospital’s new systems. Through this feature, Cardiolex’s aim of a digitalized and paperless workflow is being implemented in most of the hospital systems. “With a lot of effort, our team succeeded in developing a search tool for the hospital faculty to find ECGs quick and easy and independent of the original format in a secure environment,” chimes in Helene Ringenson, Product Manager for Cardiolex.
On enhancement of existing solutions, Johanna explains about Cardiolex’s partnership with the Glasgow Royal Infirmary (GRI) team led by Prof Peter Macfarlane on developing algorithms to help assess a patient by the interpretation and analysis of ECG that is received. Built on this algorithm, a major platform is being developed to help the team apprehend the best clinical approach possible by visualization and analysis of the resting ECG tests that are performed in the procedure.
Being a European organization with major clients from the same economy, Cardiolex’s products have been designed keeping in mind the demands of the market such as the different languages, workflows, and systems in the healthcare sector. “Cardiolex hopes to expand and improve the sustainability of ECG to reach our goal of all ECGs being available anywhere and on any technical platform by adding more functionality for quality and feasibility to existing features in terms of device connectivity,” concludes Johan Arvedson, International Sales and Marketing Director for Cardiolex.