SOUTHLAKE, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--HeartSciences, a medical device company developing next generation ECG devices using continuous wavelet transform (CWT) signal processing, is proud to announce its participation as an exhibitor at the upcoming 2018 Scientific Sessions of the American Heart Association (AHA). The AHA Congress will take place November 10-12, 2018 at the McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois. HeartSciences will highlight its MyoVista® Wavelet ECG (wavECG™) Cardiac Testing Device as well as recent clinical study results published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC).
The JACC article titled “Prediction of Abnormal Myocardial Relaxation from Signal Processed Surface ECG” presented the results from the investigator-initiated clinical study that focused on evaluating the feasibility of MyoVista® Wavelet ECG as a diagnostic tool for predicting myocardial relaxation abnormalities. Results from the study demonstrate MyoVista’s patented technology based on CWT signal processing can detect myocardial relaxation abnormalities associated with LVDD.
HeartSciences is advancing the field of electrocardiography through the application of wavelet signal processing and artificial intelligence to develop next generation ECG technology. Wavelet signal processing is currently used in many different industries as an important tool to provide insights and new valuable data related to spectral analysis of a signal. HeartSciences’ MyoVista wavECG Cardiac Testing Device is a 12-lead resting electrocardiograph utilizing continuous wavelet transform (CWT) based signal processing. Patented informatics focus on energy related information rather than conventional voltage-based information. HeartSciences mission is to enable accurate, affordable screening for the early detection of heart disease.
In addition to the proprietary informatics, the MyoVista wavECG Device also features the capabilities of a full featured 12-lead resting ECG including analysis using the Glasgow Algorithm, one of the world’s most respected interpretive algorithms. The device has a 15.6-inch high-resolution touchscreen display and incorporates many features commonly associated with a tablet device requiring minimal user training as well as easy and intuitive use.
The MyoVista wavECG Device is not currently approved for sale or distribution in the United States. The MyoVista Device is not FDA cleared.
HeartSciences is a privately-held U.S. corporation based in Southlake, Texas.
For more information visit www.heartsciences.com.