Meet The Smartest ECG Ever.
VectraplexECG; ‘Cardiac Electrical Biomarker for detecting ECG changes that indicate an ischemic injury; With CEB® technology, it enables a powerful diagnostic test on your EKG machine. With this software, an ECG report of 12 to 22 leads can be obtained with only 5 electrodes.
It also offers the option of using 10 electrodes for a standard 12-lead ECG.
Cardiac Electrical Biomarker
Vectracor‘s most intelligent technology, CEB®, can detect the smallest changes that indicate a heart attack. Basically; It is a color-coded index number that measures the two pole degrees of the cardiac electric field.
While the cardiac electric field of a healthy individual is 2-polar, myocardial injury; causes a multipolar electric field to arise. A CEB® larger than 94 indicates an abnormal condition that requires further clinical evaluation.
VectraplexECG Report Options
- Rhythm Report
- Cardiac Electrical Biomarker: CEB® Report
- 12 Channel ECG Report with vectorcardiogram
- Reports can be exported to PDF.
Examine and zoom data with electronic calipers, enter comments, and modify comments before approving results.
5 Electrodes Only (V2 and Limbs)
Produce 15 to 22 Leads ECG
Turn a ready-to-use computer into a fully functional ECG machine. Access unmatched ease of use by connecting Universal SmartECG to your PC, laptop or tablet to capture, store and analyze up to 12 channels of high resolution ECG data, or upgrade your version to VectraplexECG to get a 22-lead ECG report with only 5 electrodes.
Universal SmartECG; The ‘Office Medic‘ software prepares you to start the test right away with electrodes, electrode adapters and electrode placement guide. It draws its power from the computer or the tablet it is connected to via the USB port, it does not require any other power source.
Office Medic instantly stores test data in its central database and allows you to manage and review from anywhere. In addition, with its convertibility to PDF and JPEG formats, it integrates seamlessly into your EMR.
It increases efficiency, improves patient care and lowers costs. It brings diagnostic tests directly to the point of care and provides this information instantly and securely over industrial-standard networks.
- Operating System: Windows® 7, Windows® 8, Windows® 10
- Free Disk Space: 1 GB
- RAM: 1 GB (min)
- Internet: Internet Explorer 9.0 (min)
- Processor: 1.4GHZ (min) 2GHZ or faster recommended
- An Available USB Port
ECG Reports and Printing Optionsi
- Single Channel Report: Prints single lane or average complex with scale options: 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x.
- 3 × 4 Simultaneous: Prints 2.5-second portions of all 12 channels viewed simultaneously with a 10-second single-channel rhythm strip.
- 3 × 4 Sequential: prints 2.5-second portions of all 12 channels displayed at the same spot simultaneously, scrolling through four rows of columns with a 10-second single-channel rhythm strip.
- Average Complexes: Prints an average QRS complex for all 12 channels with a 10-second single-channel rhythm strip.
- 6 × 1 Format (2 Pages): Prints a 10-second trail of each channel.
- 6 × 2 Format (1 Page): Prints a 5-second trail of each channel.
- Measurement Chart: Prints a graph with amplitude, slope, and duration data for all 12 channels.
- Include: Allows the user to choose whether measurements, interpretation and / or comments are included in reports.
- Speed and Sensitivity: Allows the user to select the speed (12.5, 25 or 50 mm / s) and Sensitivity (5, 10 or 20 mm / mV) of ECG reports.
- Minor Grid: Allows you to select the secondary grid: lines, dots or none.
Why Should You Upgrade to Vectraplex ECG Software?
|Cardial Electrical Biomarker: CEB®
(Detects ECG changes that indicate a heart attack.)
|5 Electrode Placement (V2 and Limbs)
|Standard 10 Electrode Placement
|ECG Reports by E-mail from the Software
|Connectivity to Most EMRs
|Reporting in PDF Format
Study comparing CEB® with high sensitivity troponin blood test / cardiac serum markers. Presented at ACC 2014 at San Francisco, CA. Published in Critical Pathways in Cardiology - Volume 13, Issue 1, March 2014
Conclusions: In conclusion, in emergency room patients evaluated for acute myocardial injury, increased HsTnI values are associated with increased CEB® values, suggesting that myocardial damage is associated with acute changes in CEB® in the patient population with high pre-test probability.
The University of Basel Worldwide Leading Research Facility on Cardiac Serum Markers - Cardiac Electrical Biomarker, A New Marker Diagnosing Myocardial Injury in Patients with Suggested Symptoms for NSTEMI. Presented at the AHA in Orlando, FL in November 2017. (2017; 136: A13562)
Conclusion: CEB ®, an ECG marker of myocardial damage, significantly increases the accuracy and sensitivity of the ECG for the diagnosis of NSTEMI.
Prospective study in Cath Lab - Study presented at the American College of Cardiology Conference (ACC) in Washington, DC, in March 2017.
Results: CEB® shows a positive response to balloon and stent inflation with a strong correlation during PCI. CEB® responds stronger to balloon inflation in larger arteries, infarction cases and more severe stenosis. CEB® can be an effective and timely way to detect myocardial ischemia in patients monitored in acute care settings.
The Cardiac Electrical Biomarker keeps the "memory" of myocardial ischemia that is not severe enough to cause myocardial necrosis. S. Chattopadhyay, F. Adjei, A.Kardos
Conclusion: CEB increases with brief recurrent transient coronary artery occlusion that is not severe enough to cause myocardial necrosis and takes 3 hours to return to pre-procedure level, suggesting an "ischemic memory".
The "Cardiac Electrical Biomarker" (CEB) is a numerical index measured by the Vectraplex ECG (vECG) system with software that can detect the changes of dipolar vectors in the cardiac electrical field relative to the multipolar as an indicator of myocardial ischemic damage. CEB was confirmed by ECG traces obtained from patients with acute myocardial infarction.
Cardiac Electrical Biomarker Improves ECG Prediction of Left Ventricular Scar. ‘Fabrizio Ricci, MD, PhD, Cesare Mantini, MD, PhD, Melissa De Maio, MD, Carla Pietrangelo, MD, Anna Laura Caterino, MD, Luca Procaccini, MD, Marzia Olivieri, MD, Antonella Benedetto, MD, Marco Zimarino, MD, PhD, Giulia Renda, MD, PhD, Antonio Raffaele Cotroneo, MD, Sabina Gallina, MD, FACC, FESC ‘
Conclusion: Non-invasive ECG quantitative assessment of the multipolar activity of the heart increases the accuracy of conventional 12-lead ECG criteria for left ventricular ischemic scar prediction. Further research is needed to test whether CEB can serve as a screening tool for detecting silent myocardial infarction in asymptomatic patients.
Myocardial scar detected by cardiovascular myocardial resonance (CMR) on late gadolinium augmentation (LGE) imaging is associated with an increased risk of major adverse cardiovascular events and all-cause death.