New DMS Hospital Holter System
1. The CardioVision part of the Hospital Holter System uses a 300-2W Holter recorder that also sends a WiFi real-
time ECG signal to the nurses central station PC. 4, 8, or 16 patients are displayed in both real-time ECG and
Full Disclosure ECG.
2. If the patient has a V-Tach 5-hours into the Holter recording, why wait for 1 or 2 days to see the Holter report?
See the V-Tach at the time of the event, so that immediate medical intervention can save the patient.
3. Use a single smart phone or PDA as a bedside ECG monitor for all patients, or view real-time Alarms when
away from the nurse’s central station.
4. At the end of each minute, the real-time ECG sends a data path to the hard disk drive for storage of the Holter
ECG. Thus, the ultimate hospital in-patient Holter system has been created. The real-time ECG for each
patient is being displayed, analyzed, and any real-time ECG data can be immediately retrieved from its
1. The above screen vie is the CardioVision real-time display of eight (8) patients (Holter ECG patients).
2. Per the below, a single HASP security key allows as many CardioVision PC stations and CardioScan Holter
stations to be opened as desired by the hospital. This can be done anywhere in the hospital in its
network system, and at any time in the future.
Comprehensive & Total Access to the Ultra-ECG Network
3. Full Disclosure ECG is immediately available for any patient during the time of the Holter recording.
4. The below shows alarms and alerts during the real-time ECG monitoring of the Holter patient.
5. Use a Smart Phone to see the real-time ECG or Alarms of any and all hospital in-patient Holter recordings.
There is an existing iPhone application available now.
6. All ECG data is stored and immediately retrievable at any time during a 3-day Holter recording.
7. The only Hospital Holter system that is a sophisticated real-time ECG during the Holter recording.
8. All patients’ Holter ECG can be processed with the 76a software…..for both in-patients and out-patients
and for smaller surrounding hospitals or clinics with the Satellite Holter.
9. However, there is a universal Holter out-patient puzzle. No cardiologist knows how many days to
monitor a Holter patient because no Cardiologist can predict when the significant transient ECG event will
10. Lengthy hospital ECG monitoring is too expensive.
11. Cardiac Event transtelephonic ECG monitoring is worthless for asymptomatic out-patients.
12. Cardiac Event transtelephonic ECG symptomatic monitoring misses far too many abnormal symptomatic
ECG events. DMS certainly knows this because we manufacture Cardiac Event monitors, and we use
them every day on a large number of patients with our Holter and Cardiac Event scan service business.
13. The only reason Cardiac Event monitors became popular is because the memory cost for Holter recorders
used to be very expensive. Thus, Holter was a 24-hour test; and current medical studies conclude that
40% to 50% of significant abnormal ECG events are missed because of the short-term 24-hour Holters.
14. But today $8 memory chips can store over 30-days of Holter ECG. Thus, it is now foolish to place
electrodes on a patient, and not record and retrieve 100% of the ECG data.
15. The Cardiologists does long-term ECG monitoring for an incredibly important reason. You need the ECG
evidence to do what’s important; such as, the pacemaker, ICD, Ablation procedure, etc. Thus, the excuse
of doing Holters for only 24-hours because of reimbursement policies is just plain bad medical treatment.
What is the Solution to the Puzzle
DMS 300-4 and Home/Internet Software
Monitor the patient with the 100% Holter ECG technique until the patient has the abnormal
transient event, or until you can rule-out the need for ECG monitoring.
Monitor the patient in their Home out-patient environment.
Use the patient’s Internet connection to send the 100% Holter ECG each day to the DMS Hospital
On the day that the significant Holter ECG occurs, the Holter test is terminated.
Thus, the DMS 300-4 allows the physician for the first time to record the patient for the correct
number of days.
New DMS 300-4
30-DAY Holter Recorder
Daily 100% ECG Monitoring and Reporting is Now
Better from the Patient’s Home v. the Hospital
More accurate day-to-day ECG monitoring than hospital telemetry.
Know what’s really happening with the cardiac medication treatment.
Know what’s really happening with the post-angioplasty patient.
Know what’s really happening with the A-Fib ablation patients.
The capability to immediately respond to abnormal ECG.
Better patient care with significant hospital cost-savings.
Send the patient home and get a more accurate ECG profile.
Patient is not confined to the home environment, go anywhere.
Transfer all 100,000 daily ECG beats with patient’s internet PC.
Obsoletes all current Holter ECG systems.
Multi-Day Holter ECG’s are now reimbursable.
300-4 Recorder has 4-GB memory.
300-4 has an ECG sample rate of 4,096/second.
Pacemaker Spike sample rate of 10,000 samples/second.
300-4 records either a 3-lead or 12-lead ECG.
Memory storage is all ECG beats for up to 30 days.
300-4 works in conjunction with the Home Satellite software.
Weight: 3 ounces.
Power: single AAA alkaline battery.
3-lead ECG: use 4 electrode ECG cable.
12-lead ECG: use 10 electrode ECG cable.
HDMI for artifact isolation.
4 GB ECG memory, 1 to 30 day recordings & home transmissions.
CE certification and FDA 510(k).
Defibrillator safe Lead cables (optional).
High speed USB interface.
DMS ECG Monitoring Breakthrough
It’s Time to Stop Missing the Serious Abnormal ECG’s.
DMS 300-4 & Home Monitoring 100% Detection Solution
According to the Current Publicized Literature;
Intermittent Symptomatic ECG Recordings Are Obsolete
Patient’s Home Internet Connection Computer at Medical Facility
All 100,000 Beats/Day (Hospital, Cardiology Clinic, or Physicians’ Office.)
Find ALL of the Transient Serious ECG Abnormalities.
Procedures are what save lives, and make for more comfortable lives. Procedures require the designated ECG evidence and
proof. Problem: (a) Holter is usually 1 or 2 days; (b) symptomatic Cardiac Event only shows you 1% of the actual ECG activity;
and (c) MCOT generally does not allow anyone to see or have access to 90% to 95% of the ECG activity. Solution: The answer
is found in the studies reported by “Dagresa, et al” …and others. If you record the 100% out-patient ambulatory 3-Lead ECG
for 7 consecutive days, the yield for detecting significant ECG abnormalities is about 98%. Continuous hospital ECG monitoring
for 7-days is impossibly cost prohibitive. The solution is the DMS 300-4 Holter/Home monitoring. As long as the patient has
access to the PC internet from the home, work, friend, etc., daily 100% ECG transfers are made to the ordering physician and/or
hospital, for any time range as determined by the physician’s own criteria. It is never known on which of the 7-days the
significant ECG abnormality will occur, but such will now be known with the Holter/Home, and that day will be the end of the
100% ECG monitoring. Even though the yield is very little after 7 days, the Holter/Home can operate for 30-consecutive days,
and will store 3-Leads of the 100% ECG for up to 30 days. For the first time, the physician will know exactly how many days to
record the patient’s ECG. For patient skin comfort, the patient can wear an ECG Belt around the torso, and there is no
electrode gel, nor sticky tape to irritate the patient’s skin. All current and past out-patient ECG monitoring techniques miss
significant ECG abnormalities. This can directly lead to a missed diagnosis. Now know the true ECG facts, and never again miss
an ECG abnormality.
Let us prove this to you.
This Multi-Day 100% Full Disclosure ECG Retrieval is the Only
True Gold Standard for Detecting ALL Episodes of:
A-Fib ST Segment
Pauses/Asystole QT & Sleep Apnea
Ventricular Eptopics/Tachs Pacemaker
Supraventricular Eptopics/Tachs SAECG
Blocks T-Wave Alternans 300-4 Holter Recorder in Hand