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ECG Analysis Tool (EAT)

A research software to measure ECG parameters. EAT opens ECG files of HL7 and TXT formats. These files can be exported from different ECG and EP recording systems (eg. GE Muse, Bard EP, CardioTeck, etc.).

EAT can be extended to include a toolbox to perform comprehensive measurements on single leads and a toolbox to automatically calculate the vectorcardiography from the 12-lead ECG.



PACKAGES

EAT is available in Basic, Standard (includes 1 toolbox of choice), and Full package.


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Pixelyzer

A program for research and clinical use to assess blood flow in valves using echo images. This tool was specifically engineered to quantify regurgitation in mitral and tricuspid valves. The algorithm is based on the average pixel intensity (API) method which has been clinically validated. The program can analyze DICOM files from GE echo machines and BMP files from Philips echo machines.




ABOUT EMDT EUROPE


Milad El Haddad MSc, PhD started EMDT Europe Oy in 2016. Milad is a researcher, medical devices developer, and research coordinator with 9 years of experience in cardiology, electrophysiology, and cardiovascular diseases. In addition to that, he has background knowledge in electronics, computers, and programming. He is a holder of a bachelor degree in Computer and Communication Engineering, Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering, and a doctorate in Biomedical Sciences. Through his career, he worked closely with medical device companies to enhance and develop systems used in daily clinical practice. Milad participates and presents regularly his work in scientific sessions in Europe and USA. Additionally he has a list of scientific publications in top ranked international journals and several patents.







CLIENTS


  • AZ Sint Jan Brugge
  • Ghent University
  • Biosense Webster
  • FESG
  • Code Fairies

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