Technology | October 16, 2007

BioZ Dx First ICG Device with AERI STM Processing

CardioDynamics BioZ Dz includes Philips' 12-lead ECG technology and AERIS (Adaptive Extraction & Recognition of Impedance Signals) processing that provides enhanced stability, accuracy and reproducibility in a broader range of patient monitoring conditions, according to the manufacturer.

In addition to the significant signal processing improvements and 12-lead ECG capability, the BioZ Dx also features an integrated full-page thermal printer, color display screen and a reporting function that allows physicians to automatically compare a patient's last ICG report to the current ICG report. This feature allows clinicians to easily identify whether a patient responded to therapy or whether their heart function has worsened or improved.

October 2007

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