A breakthrough solution for cardiac rehabilitation monitoring
PocketECG CRS is the next generation in cardiac rehabilitation monitoring. Roughly the size of a smartphone, the device combines flexible, remote intensity-controlled training with comprehensive ECG monitoring to help your patients safely recover from a cardiac event, reduce the risk of hospital readmissions and improve quality of life.
Flexible cardiac rehabilitation training: PocketECG CRS requires no special training equipment. The device measures a patient’s heart rate against previously set thresholds to guide workout intensity. The screen and voice commands instruct patients to increase or decrease training intensity based on heart rate and rhythm.
Continuous ECG monitoring and arrhythmia detection: Built on the PocketECG mobile cardiac telemetry technology, PocketECG CRS captures and streams the full disclosure ECG signal, allowing you to monitor a patient’s heart rhythm during and in-between workouts.
The system guides patients in real-time, instructing them via visual and voice commands, to increase or decrease workout intensity based on measured Heart Rate (HR) and an established set of HR thresholds.
PocketECG CRS can be used in physician offices, hospitals, outpatient settings, and even remotely when under medical staff supervision.
PocketECG CRS is the most flexible approach to cardiac rehabilitation. It requires no specific exercise equipment, giving you and your patient the ability to customize workout regimens. Patients can use treadmills, stair climbers, or prescribed walking programs.
The device continuously streams the full disclosure ECG signal to provide online arrhythmia diagnostics and analysis.
Cardiac Rehabilitation more effective
Detailed CR and ECG reporting
PocketECG CRS enables continuous ECG transmission streamed live to an ECG monitoring center for complete analysis and reporting. The device detects arrhythmia during rehabilitation exercise and also is able to perform MCT monitoring between exercise sessions, to both measure the impact of a patient’s physical activity on their heart health, and help you determine whether to extend or terminate the program. Data can be viewed on any desktop or mobile device through a secure online platform or downloaded to your Electronic Health Record system.
The training calendar can be remotely adjusted for each patient any time during the course of the rehabilitation schedule.
After CR is completed, clinicians receive an extended CR report that summarizes all training sessions, highlights key ECG recordings (with arrhythmia detection) and provides heart rate analysis during physical activity and at rest.