to take life-saving decisions
Ghent University Hospital developed an easy to use and validated device for self-detection of acute coronary occlusion in subjects with chest discomfort based on a proprietary 3- lead ECG system and algorithm.
Self-recording with a RELF device is feasible for most patients with coronary artery disease. The sensitivity and specificity for automatic detection of the earliest phase of acute coronary artery occlusion support the concept of the RELF device for patient empowerment to reduce delay and increase survival without overloading emergency services.
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