Cardea 20/20

Sudden cardiac arrest is the No.1 medical cause of death in athletes during sports.1 

Cardea 20/20 ECG™ is the only reliable, automated diagnostic system designed with the International Consensus Criteria2  to identify cardiac conditions associated with sudden cardiac death in active youth and athletes.

Cardea 20/20

Sudden cardiac arrest is the No.1 medical cause of death in athletes during sports.1 

Cardea 20/20 ECG™ is the only reliable, automated diagnostic system designed with the International Consensus Criteria2  to identify cardiac conditions associated with sudden cardiac death in active youth and athletes.

Lowest False Positives

~2%* versus the industry norm of up to 30% eliminates needless delays and anxiety from undue side-lining of athletes.

Better Analysis with High-quality ECG data

16 seconds of recording time-more data to assess bradycardic hearts.

Makes Cardiac Testing More Affordable

Low false positive rate avoids unnecessary and costly follow up testing.

Faster Turnaround

Enables onsite testing with immediate automated interpretation.

Portable

A lightweight ECG transmitter connects via a USB cable to a standard Windows® PC and can easily be transported.

Collaborative

Cloud storage compatible, making it easy to share ECG reports.

One-of-a-kind

12-lead ECG diagnostic system incorporating the International Consensus Criteria2 for ECG interpretation in athletes. 

Accurate Data

Our system offers real-time display of ECG data with artifact detection, accurate filtering, and interactive editing of global phase picks.

It responds to specific AHA (American Heart Association) PPE (Pre-Participation Exam) screening questions, providing comprehensive cardiovascular assessment.

Made for Athletes' Heart Health

The extended recording duration of 16 seconds, compared to the standard 10-second duration, offers several significant benefits, particularly for athletes with low resting heart rates. These advantages revolve around the computation of median beats, which can provide valuable insights into an athlete’s cardiovascular health and performance. 

Some of the benefits include:

  • Accurate assessment of low resting heart rates
  • Reliable heart rate variability (HRV) analysis
  • Detection of arrhythmias and abnormalities
  • Accuracy in detecting exercise-induced cardiac changes.

Previous indications and symptoms of cardiac disease

Over-reading, editing and confirmation of the ECG interpretation

Entry of selected echocardiographic data commonly recorded during PPE screening

Ample Data

Cardea 20/20 ECG incorporates previous cardiac disease symptoms for informed decision-making by healthcare professionals. The system allows over-reading, editing, and confirming ECG interpretations, ensuring accurate diagnoses.

It also enables entry of selected echocardiographic data commonly recorded during PPE screening for comprehensive cardiac evaluations of athletes and active individuals.

Other Information

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REIMBURSEMENT GUIDES

The Cardea 20/20 ECG™ reimbursement guide reviews the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes commonly used for various electrocardiographic procedures performed with the Cardea 20/20 ECG™ device.

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Software Download Request

Simply submit your information, and our dedicated support team will quickly verify your request. Once verified, we’ll promptly send you a downloadable link to CARDEA 20/20 software via email.

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All-Inclusive System

Operating software and training are included without additional charges or subscription fees.

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1 year Comprehensive Warranty Coverage

Cardea 20/20 is backed by a warranty that can repair or replace the system as needed.

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1 Harmon KG, Drezner JA, Wilson MG, Sharma S. Incidence of sudden cardiac death in athletes: a state-of-the-art review. Heart. 2014 Aug;100(16):1227-34. doi: 10.1136/heartjnl-2014-093872.rep. PMID: 25049314.

2 Sharma S, Drezner J, Baggish A, et al. International Recommendations for Electrocardiographic Interpretation in Athletes. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2017 Feb, 69 (8) 1057–1075.

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jacc.2017.01.015

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