A complete ECG and diagnostic storage tool
CSAM Cardio is a vendor-independent system which captures signals from any ECG equipment and makes the data available in diagnostic tools in patient journals. The Capital Region of Denmark uses CSAM Cardio to handle between 800 000 and one million ECGs per year.
One Integrated Solution
Combine all ECG data in one place
CSAM Cardio covers all basic needs for ECG-related data management. The system is completely independent of hardware manufacturer and file format. With CSAM Cardio, healthcare professionals can archive, manage and deliver ECG data from XMLs, PDFs and scanned hardcopy printouts.
Seamless Information Sharing
Collaborate from any location
CSAM Cardio allows users to upload data from a range of medical devices simultaneously. The solution is designed to allow several authorised personnel to work on the same document at the same time from different locations. It also allows every hospital and local health centre within a regional health authority with journal authorisation to link directly to CSAM Cardio.
Fast & Powerful ECG Viewer
Find all relevant information in one view
CSAM Cardio includes a modern, general-purpose ECG diagnostic tool for clinicians, cardiologists and researchers in the clinical and hospital environment. The user-friendly interface offers different graphical options for the visualized ECG. Users can see all the patient data, ECG information and remarks quickly from one view. The diagnostic tool also includes on-screen measurement tools, allowing users to manually measure time and amplitude from the recording.
Technology that supports healthcare organisations today and in the future
Vendor-neutral, integrating with dozens of different media sources and hospital systems, including EPRs and patient information systems.
Flexible enough to meet the needs of any organisation, from single-use to hospital or region-wide installations.
Continuously updated in cooperation with customers to ensure it delivers the greatest value for their operations.
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