The Multifunction Cardiogram (MCG) emerges as a groundbreaking non-invasive diagnostic tool designed to assess heart health and detect the impact of ischemia and related issues. Offering an unprecedented method for detecting myocardial ischemia with remarkable accuracy within minutes, this resting, non-invasive test can be conducted in the ER by trained technical staff or at a local providers office. Ischemia is a deficient supply of blood to a body part/s (such as the heart or brain) that is due to obstruction of the inflow of arterial blood – your pipes are getting clogged. Physicians leveraging the MCG can achieve rapid, objective, and precise diagnoses for various heart conditions.

Employing a systems approach, the MCG models the heart, comparing these models to a risk-stratified database of similar patients using 166 indices. This aids in both diagnosis and predicting patient needs and outcomes.

Developed to address the shortcomings of existing cardiac diagnostic tools, especially the EKG, the MCG is essential for patients with cardiac issues and those whose symptoms may mimic heart-related problems. Present tools detect only about 1/3 of patients with severe coronary artery disease, leaving a significant portion at risk. This inaccuracy is even more pronounced in women, contributing to delayed heart disease diagnoses compared to men.

Emergency MCG introduces a protocol designed to enhance the evaluation of ER patients with chest pain efficiently and cost-effectively. Providing physicians with a toolset, it ensures that admitted patients meet medical necessity requirements, while those discharged do so with a high level of confidence.

The MCG stands as the result of collaborative efforts spanning two generations of dedicated scientists, mathematicians, engineers, and physicians. Utilizing rapid, automated, cloud-based, empirically derived digitized clinical databases, it grants doctors worldwide access to an exceptionally accurate diagnostic system.