CyberECG Tele-Medicine ECG System

Parts of the CyberECG Tele-Medicine ECG system:

Main features:

  • high-precision signal measuring of the heart`s electrical activity
  • portable, pocket-sized device
  • wireless data communication
  • preprocessing
  • direct Internet connection without PC
  • data transmission via inter- or intra-net route
  • real-time ECG analysis
  • platform independent additive applications
  • cardiological knowledge base

High-precision signal measuring of the heart`s electrical activity:

The ECG device measures the electrical activity of the heart. It combines the short-, long-term ECG and the high-frequency electrocardiographs features based on a unique engineering principle.

Portable, pocket-sized device:

The device is characterized with very small size, comfortability and light weight with a battery power supply.

Wireless data communication:

We use the GSM-GPRS radiofrequency communication system for the wireless communication/data transfer.

Signal preprocessing:

The microprocessor makes possible to preprocessing the measured signals before transmissing or archieving.
The data filtering, amplification, compression and real--time signal analysis take place more effectively.

Direct Internet connection without PC:

The ECG signal is measured by the device and transfers the data to the Internet. This device communicates and login the Internet without a personal computer. The ECG data are archieved on a WEB server and could be retrieved or real-time monitored by the medical users with appropriate authority.

Real-time ECG analysis:

The information system provides a real-time ECG monitoring and analysing possibility. The ECG knowledge and database are served for the improvement of clinical decision.

Platform independent additive applications:

The application softwares are used for the showing, manually measuring, printing of the ECG recordings.
This programs run under various operation systems.

The CyberECG kit application's field:

  • at home, during activities and sleeping,
  • during non-professional sporting activity
  • in long-term medical care facilities
  • in in- and out-patient departments
  • at the general practiotioners