T-ECG Telephonic ECG
T-ECG (Telephonic ECG) is a mobile application for mobile devices. It replaces the remote central program for demodulate the audio signal produced by trans-telephonic ECG devices and, displays, analyzes and archives the resulting chart.
Mobile trans-telephonic devices usually record 12 lead ECGs and transform the original electrical signals of the heart in a FM audio signal that can be transmitted over normal phone lines.
T-ECG converts the acoustic analog signal produced by the trans-telephonic ECG devices in a digital representation and stores it in your mobile.
1 - Demodulates the audio FM signal produced by the ECG device and stores digitally the signal;
2 - Reconstructs the original analog signal and play it if necessary;
3 - Displays the complete ECG chart on the screen;
4 - Displays a detailed view of any single lead;
5 - Produces a PDF document with the ECG;
6 - Creates a patient record with basic information (Name, age, sex, etc.);
7 - Sends by mail the digital version in XML format to other device running T-ECG;
8 - Sends by mail the PDF document with cardiologist diagnostic.
- Aerotel HeartView® LIIx10+12x2,5/4
- Cardiette Microtel® 12x2,5/LIIx10
- Cardiette Microtel® 12x10
Heartview, Aerotel, Cardiette and Microtel are registered trademarks of their respective owners.
For compatibility with other models you can contact us sending your device characteristics via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.