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The Twisted Leads Series

For the final week of Heart Awareness Month, we explore the most unusual cases of reversed and twisted leads while revisiting the fundamentals of ECG's. Follow us to never miss a case!

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The Unusual Wenckebach Series

Dr Harry Mond revisits the fundamental footprints of Wenckebach sequences through a series of unusual cases that explore AV, Sino-atrial and Wenckebach without a pause!

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The bundle branch block series

This week we deep dive the most interesting cases of Bundle Branch Block and explore defining characteristics including bradycardia and rate dependencies, nocturnal pauses and  the crochetage sign, just to name a few!

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The ventricular ectopy series

In celebration of Heart Month 2021, we'll be sharing our most interesting case studies focusing on a new topic each week. This week we take a look at the unusual and exotic occurrences of Ventricular Ectopy.

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2020 year in review – 50 interesting...

At CardioScan we see more than 600,000 heart studies annually. Here are 50 of the most interesting traces and cases we shared with you this year. 

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Big Data: The next big thing in...

2020 has served a plethora of different clinical cases where we've explored and analysed fascinating conditions from Atrial Fibrillation, Wenckeback AV block to bizarre cases of dual chamber pacing. To wrap up 2020, we've rounded up the top 10 cases by order of popularity.

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Top 10 clinical case studies of 2020

2020 has served a plethora of different clinical cases where we've explored and analysed fascinating conditions from Atrial Fibrillation, Wenckeback AV block to bizarre cases of dual chamber pacing. To wrap up 2020, we've rounded up the top 10 cases by order of popularity.

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Singapore office now offering a free patient...

In recognition of the pressure hospitals and clinics had faced, CardioScan Asia will soon be launching a free patient Holter fitting centre at its headquarters in Singapore CBD.

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Is live ECG Holter data risking patient...

Holter technology continues to advance with the latest promising live data for real time analysis but is the race to market by manufacturers driving results that ultimately compromise care for patients.

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Diagnosis of atrial fibrillation in patients with...

As a relatively new indication for ambulatory ECG monitoring, the use of Holters for detection of atrial fibrillation in patients with cryptogenic stroke can be limiting without appropriate investigation methods. As part of Stroke Month, Medical Director Assoc Prof Harry Mond shares this clinical note...

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COVID-19 Service Update 24 April 2020

CardioScan provides this Service Impact Statement for customers needing to manage COVID-19 and its emerging impacts in our health sector. We will continue to keep you notified of any changes to our services, as we remain focused on continued service at this time. We will...

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Continuity of care during COVID-19

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, facility resources continue to be stretched. While most of these resources are being focused on responding to the coronavirus, other essential health services, including cardiac services, are important for patients to access. Cardiovascular disease remains the number one cause of...

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Traditional vs myPatch Holter comparison

Traditional Holter monitors have long been the standard in ambulatory ECG monitoring, recording for 24-48hrs. However, many arrhythmias tend to be short-lived, paroxysmal and even asymptomatic making documentation in many patients very difficult. This article explores the differences between traditional and patch Holter monitors, and...

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Growing international consensus on Ambulatory Blood Pressure...

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) is becoming increasingly accepted as the ‘gold standard’ when it comes to diagnosing hypertension. A recent decision by the Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services means that ABPM will be available to more patients with suspected hypertension – a move...

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Why cybersecurity is increasingly important in healthcare

Security breaches in the health sector are back in the news cycle with alarming frequency, so we look at what it takes to protect the records of more than 500,000 patients each year. In the first of this three part series on cybersecurity, we look...

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