Monitoring the health and integrity of your heart is about to become much easier with the advent of Medicomp’s newest, most versatile ECG patch, TelePatch. By combining several technologies in one compact, wearable patch, TelePatch works as a Holter monitor, a wireless event monitor, and a mobile cardiac telemetry unit. Many ECG patches offer one or possibly two of these technologies, but TelePatch offers all three.

By transmitting data, TelePatch allows healthcare professionals to monitor patients as they go about their daily activities and cardiac symptoms are recorded and evaluated by health care professionals. Because TelePatch is able to easily adhere wirelessly to the chest wall above the heart, no sticky monitor leads with multiple hanging wirers are necessary. And the tiny transmitter extends the battery life tremendously – TelePatch has the longest battery life in the industry: seven or more days. Another advantage is water resistance: TelePatch does not need to be removed for showers. The adhesive backing is also unique in its ability to remain in place for seven days or more days.

Physicians are able to access several different reports based on the data collected from TelePatch using our patented Diogenes algorithm, and reports can be customized based on physician’s preferences. With text and visual data (charts and graphs), physicians may easily and simply interpret cardiac events and other clinically valuable data captured by TelePatch.

As with Medicomp’s other outstanding monitoring products, TelePatch analyzes beat-for-beat rate, rhythm, morphology, and P-wave analysis for a more complete patient picture faster. That is analysis no other cardiac monitoring company can do because it is patented technology.

To learn more about the products in Medicomp’s cardiac monitoring lineup, visit our website or contact one of our health care professionals at (800) 23-HEART (234-3278). Stay tuned for more information regarding Medicomp’s TelePatch 3-in-1 Monitoring System, which is planned for release in the first quarter of 2016.