Services for health care professionals
Heart2Save’s core competence lies in the identification of heart arrhythmias. The Awario service produces a high-quality and reliable chest ECG recording with analysis and multiple implementation possibilities. The remote arrhythmia monitoring system provides a reliable and effortless way to systematically monitor your patient’s heart rhythm. The arrhythmia detection/screening service allows you to measure arrhythmias in any unit of your organization, using a handheld measuring device and your work phone. We have taken GDPR requirements into account in our services.
Remote arrhythmia monitoring
Patients with feelings of arrhythmia (no cause diagnosed) can either use their own Awario measuring device or borrow one from a health care unit. In both cases, you can view the measurement results on your computer with the help of the Awario remote arrhythmia monitoring system. The Awario remote arrhythmia monitoring system has been developed to reduce the time which physicians spend in diagnosing ECG stripes containing none or clinically insignificant arrhythmias. With the help of the automatic arrhythmia analysis, you can select only the relevant ECG stripes, upload them into the imaging system, and make the necessary treatment decisions. We train the personnel in the use of the remote arrhythmia monitoring system, including administration of the measuring devices and the ECG reports.
The Awario service provides a fast and medically reliable way to check and diagnose the heart rhythm without sending the patient to a 12-lead ECG. With the Awario service, you can recognise symptomatic arrhythmia or screen for asymptomatic atrial fibrillation, for example, at the doctor’s, home care or any other healthcare unit. The Awario service is an easy to use small, handheld measuring device. It is possible for the personel to download ECG reports containing arrhythmia findings using their work phone to the patient’s imaging data for the doctor to study and use as support when making decisions for treatment.
Our service identifies four different types of arrhythmia
atrial fibrillation, ventricular extrasystoles and low and high resting heart rate.
Safe and cost-effective arrhythmia monitoring
The Awario service is a CE marked medical device, which means it has gone through the same process as devices that are used in hospitals, ensuring product quality and patient safety. With the help of the service, you can both provide your customers with arrhythmia monitoring cost-effectively and get them to commit to monitoring their heart rhythm, both in the short and long term.
Awario Care Measuring Device
The Awario kit includes everything you need in order to use the service: the Awario Care measuring device, the Awario sensor and a manual. When you purchase the measuring device, you also register as a user of the Awario service, which gives you an access to the Awario application and the Awario analysis service. The product contains a battery. The Awario service needs an Internet connection to work.
The-easy-to-use Awario app guides your patient in taking measurements. It instructs to repeat the process if the app indicates that the first measurement was of poor quality. The data is then sent wirelessly via Bluetooth to the smartphone and onwards to the Awario analysis service. The analysis service returns the information about detected heart arrhythmias to the Awario app along with the ECG report.
Awario Analysis Service
The heart rhythm is analysed on Heart2Save’s server. The Awario analysis service is based on clinically validated algorithms and has been certified as a medical device. With the help of the ECG report generated by the service, healthcare professionals can reliably diagnose a possible arrhythmia, and begin the treatment best suited for the situation at hand. Reliable analytics decrease unnecessary visits to the doctor, reduce the time which physicians spend in diagnosing ECG stripes containing none or clinically insignificant arrhythmias, and is a support when doctors make decisions for treatment.