CineECG Analysis: The Future of Cardiac Diagnosis?

In this “ECG Segment: Making Waves” episode of the “Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular CME” podcast, Dr. Peter van Dam, co-founder and chief scientific officer of ECG Excellence, discusses the benefits of using CineECG. He notes that the software is especially valuable for general practitioners and emergency doctors who need to identify whether an ECG is normal or abnormal and classify where the ischemia is located. By making it easier to interpret ECG results, CineECG has the potential to revolutionize the way we diagnose and treat cardiac disease.

CineECG converts the 12-lead ECG into a 3D activation and recovery line, identifying where the activity takes place inside the heart. The program does not project the ECG on an imaginary virtual structure of the heart, making it easier for general practitioners and emergency doctors to define a normal ECG or a not-normal ECG.

This episode is valuable for medical professionals interested in new diagnostic tests that can detect structural heart disease, acute myocardial injury, and rhythm abnormalities in clinical care. Listen and gain valuable insights that can be applied directly to your practice.

Listen to the full episode here.

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Carly Mouzes (@cmouzes)

Carly Mouzes