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Biotricity's Bioflux Represents New Paradigm in Cardiac Monitoring


Biotricity (OTC:BTCY), a medical device company located in Redwood City, CA, is developing products focused on improving monitoring and treatment of chronic diseases.  The company’s flagship product, Bioflux, is a mobile cardiac telemetry (MCT) device that allows physicians to remotely monitor and diagnose their cardiac patients by providing real-time electrocardiography (ECG) data. 
  
Bioflux is supported by the company’s proprietary software, customizable reporting and 24/7 monitoring center, affording physicians a turnkey solution to remote cardiac monitoring.    

It is registered as a Class II device by FDA, received 510(k) clearance in December 2017 and is indicated for “use by patients who either have or are at risk of having cardiac disease and those that demonstrate intermittent symptoms indicative of cardiac disease and require cardiac monitoring on a continuing basis for up to 30

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Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring
269 pages
Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring

Fetal cardiac arrhythmias occur in one form or another in a significant number of pregnancies. The documentation of various fetal arrhythmias has increased subsequent to the more extensive application or antepartum and intrapartum electronic feral heart rate (FHR) monitoring. The importance of recognition of an abnormal cardiac rhythm, correct diagnosis of arrhythmia type, associated incidence of underlying heart disease, and the need for appropriate medical intervention depends ...

Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias
488 pages
Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias

These approaches include assessment of heart rate turbulence, heart rate variability (HRV), and baroreflex sensitivity (BRS). Table 1 Advantages, Disadvantages, and Uses of Non-Invasive Tools for Diagnosis and Management of Arrhythmias Tools Advantages Disadvantages Uses Electrocardiography – Diagnosis of arrhythmia or evaluation of baseline EKG abnormalities – May determine focus of arrhythmia from 12 lead recording if captured during rhythm disturbance – Easily ...

Cardiac Arrhythmia Management, A Practical Guide for Nurses and Allied Professionals
494 pages
Cardiac Arrhythmia Management, A Practical Guide for Nurses and Allied Professionals

Invented by Norman Holter, the Holter monitor is a battery-operated portable device that continuously records two or three electrocardiographic channels for 24–48 hours. The heart rhythm is recorded onto flash card technology and then processed. A wide variety of information can be obtained from this recording including heart rates during day and night, abnormal heart beats, and recording of the rhythm during symptoms. A diary comes with the Holter for the patient or caregiver to ...

Adolescent Cardiac Issues, An Issue of Pediatric Clinics,
624 pages
Adolescent Cardiac Issues, An Issue of Pediatric Clinics,

... mood and appearance of patient Obese (deconditioned), anorexia, anxiety Eyes—exophthalmos Hyperthyroidism Ears, nose, throat, or mouth—goiter, Thyroid disorder, rheumatic disease tonsillar erythema Respiratory—wheezing, rales, crackles Asthma (and side effects from asthma medication), infection ( pneumonia), pulmonary edema from heart failure Cardiovascular—heart rate or rhythm, pathologic murmur, abnormal pulses, poor perfusion Structural heart defect, arrhythmias, ...

Training with the Heart Rate Monitor
150 pages
Training with the Heart Rate Monitor

The heart rate tachogram of a 57-year-old patient with absolute arrhythmia illustrates that heart rate disturbance can mean that exercise cannot be controlled by heart rate. The tachogram cannot be interpreted and is unsuitable for use in exercise management. HR bpm Time: HR: 96 bpm 88 bpm HR bpm Time ^ tf 7 FFFFRRRREEEEQQQQUUUUEEEENNNNTTTTLLLLYYYY AAAASSSSKKKKEEEEDDDD QQQQUUUUEEEESSSSTTTTIIIIOOOONNNNSSSS ((((FFFFAAAAQQQQ)))) ...

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