cardiac arrhythmia monitoring

By Aditi Pai March 16, 2016
Lowell, Massachusetts-based InfoBionic has received FDA 510(k) clearance for its remote patient monitoring system, MoMe Kardia, not to be confused with AliveCor’s recently product portfolio rebrand, which is also now named Kardia. The MoMe Kardia is designed to help detect cardiac arrhythmias in patients by sensing ECG, respiration, and motion. The lightweight monitoring device can be worn as a...
By Aditi Pai November 18, 2015
iRhythm Technologies, maker of the Zio peel-and-stick wearable heart monitor, has launched a patient-facing companion app on iOS, called myZio, as well as a website, called myZio.com. The app and website allow wearers to track additional health data. They don't display data collected by the Zio patch. These are the first patient-facing data offerings that the company, which commercially launched...
By Aditi Pai November 24, 2014
Lowell, Massachusetts-based remote patient monitoring company InfoBionic raised $17 million in a round led by Safeguard Scientifics, which now owns 20 percent of the company. Other investors that participated in the round include Excel Venture Management, Zaffre Investments and existing investors Mass Medical Angels (MA2), Broadview Ventures, TiE, Beta Fund, Boardwalk, Launchpad Venture Group,...
By Brian Dolan November 29, 2012
This week Conshohocken, PA-based wireless cardiac monitoring company CardioNet announced the launch of an iPad app, called CardioNet Access. The app is for physicians who prescribe the company's mobile cardiac outpatient telemetry (MCOT) system, which helps doctors diagnose and monitor cardiac arrhythmias. The CardioNet Access app offers its physician users "easier accessibility to their patient...
By Jonah Comstock November 20, 2012
The MCOTos, released earlier this year. CardioNet, one of the oldest companies in the mobile cardiac arrhythmia monitoring space, announced the launch of a new product last week, the wEvent wireless event monitor. "This new wireless device provides physicians a much improved replacement to their traditional event monitor," CEO Joseph Capper said in a statement. "The wEvent, unlike existing event...
By Brian Dolan September 11, 2012
Minneapolis-based Preventice announced this week that the FDA had cleared its remote monitoring device for patients with cardiac arrhythmias, the BodyGuardian Remote Monitoring System, with a 510(k) clearance. Preventice developed the system with its partner Mayo Clinic and licensed technology from Proteus Biomedical's partner Avery Dennison for the peel-and-stick sensor. BodyGuardian is a small...