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Software

Cardea Solo

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 SOLO software via email.

Cardea Solo

Software Specifications

Supported Operating System and Output Specifications

  • Operating System: Windows® 7 (SP1) and higher
  • Microsoft®.NET Framework 4.5 and Visual C++2013 Runtime library (loaded by the Cardea SOLO Setup program if not already installed)
  • Average file size per patient test: 450MB

Sales Agreement

Cardea Solo

Sales Agreement

This agreement outlines the terms and conditions governing the purchase of Cardea Solo cardiac monitors from Cardiac Insight, Inc., covering pricing, payment terms, delivery, warranties, legal provisions, and compliance with relevant regulations.

Reimbursement

Cardea Solo

Reimbursement Guide

  • Accurate and thorough ICD-10-CM diagnosis code(s) documentation can support medical necessity for Cardea SOLO use.
  • Cardea SOLO supports reimbursement using Category I codes for long-term electrocardiograph (ECG) monitoring.

Cardea Solo

Global Billing Simplified

Download the white paper to understand when the Global Code applies when billing for External ECG Recording (more than 48 hours to 7 days).

Cardea Solo

Cardea Solo APC Reimbursement

Reference this guide for the APC and ICD-10 codes for Cardea SOLO ECG.

Cardea Solo

Reimbursement Guide

  • Accurate and thorough ICD-10-CM diagnosis code(s) documentation can support medical necessity for Cardea SOLO use.
  • Cardea SOLO supports reimbursement using Category I codes for long-term electrocardiograph (ECG) monitoring.

Cardea Solo

Global Billing Simplified

Download the white paper to understand when the Global Code applies when billing for External ECG Recording (more than 48 hours to 7 days).

Cardea Solo

Cardea Solo APC Reimbursement

Reference this guide for the APC and ICD-10 codes for Cardea SOLO ECG.

Research

Cardea Solo

Mobile Health Monitoring of Cardiac Status

Cardea Solo

Abstract 14160: Assessment of Atrial Fibrillation Burden by Smartwatch Photoplethys- mography

Cardea Solo

Premature Atrial and Ventricular Contraction Detection Using Photoplethys- mographic Data from a Smartwatch

Cardea Solo

Nursing considerations of physical activity in AF

Cardea Solo

Mobile Health Monitoring of Cardiac Status

Cardea Solo

Abstract 14160: Assessment of Atrial Fibrillation Burden by Smartwatch Photoplethys- mography

Cardea Solo

Premature Atrial and Ventricular Contraction Detection Using Photoplethys- mographic Data from a Smartwatch

Cardea Solo

Nursing considerations of physical activity in AF

Software

Cardea 20/20

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.

Cardea 20/20

Software Specifications

To use the Cardea 20/20 ECG, you need a Windows-compatible PC with the following:

  • Disk: Minimum 2 GB of free disk space.
  • CPU: Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU @1.50 GHz or greater, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor, or equivalent.
  • Display: 1024×768 or higher resolutions.
  • Memory: Minimum 2 GB of system memory.
    Pointing Device: Windows® compatible mouse.
  • Keyboard: Windows® compatible keyboard.
  • Windows® Operating Systems Supported: Windows 7, 8 and 10.
    Ports: 2 available USB ports.

Reimbursement

Cardea 20/20

Reimbursement Guide

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.

Training

Cardea 20/20

Operator’s Manual

Complete operating instructions including software installation, getting started, ECG data acquisition and troubleshooting.

Cardea 20/20

Over-reading Physician Tools

Cardea 20/20

Cardea 20/20 ECG™ and the Pre-Participation Exam

Cardea 20/20 ECG is simple and easy to use.  In these videos you will learn how to properly place the ECG electrodes and record a high-quality ECG.

ECG Library

Cardea 20/20

Sample ECG Recordings​

Reference sample ECG recordings from Cardea 20/20 ECG™ that illustrate a range of abnormal cardiac conditions.

Research

Cardea 20/20

QT Corrections for Long QT Risk Assessment: Implications for the Pre-participation Examination. Hadley, David PhD; Hsu, David BS; Pickham, David PhD; Drezner, Jonathan A. MD; Froelicher, Victor F. MD

Cardea 20/20

Cost-effectiveness of pre-participation screening for prevention of sudden cardiac death in young athletes.

Cardea 20/20

A novel method for patient-specific QTc–modeling QT-RR hysteresis.

Cardea 20/20

The impact of ST elevation on athletic screening

Cardea 20/20

Interpretation of the electrocardiogram of young athletes

Cardea 20/20

Early repolarization in an ambulatory clinical population

Cardea 20/20

Natural history of the electrocardiographic pattern of early repolarization in ambulatory patients

Cardea 20/20

Addition of the electrocardiogram to the preparticipation examination of college athletes

Cardea 20/20

T-wave abnormalities are a better predictor of cardiovascular mortality than ST depression on the resting electrocardiogram

Cardea 20/20

Prognostic importance of isolated T-wave abnormalities

Cardea 20/20

Prognostic value of electrocardiographic criteria for left ventricular hypertrophy

Cardea 20/20

Prognostic Significance of Quantitative QRS Duration

Cardea 20/20

Prognostic significance of PVCs and resting heart rate

Cardea 20/20

Electrocardiographic arrhythmia risk testing

Cardea 20/20

The Prognostic Value of T Wave Amplitude in Lead aVR in Males

Cardea 20/20

The prevalence and prognostic significance of electrocardiographic abnormalities

Cardea 20/20

An evidence-based review of the resting electrocardiogram as a screening technique for heart disease

Cardea 20/20

Semantic Confusion: The Case of Early Repolarization and the J Point

Cardea 20/20

The prognostic importance of isolated P-Wave abnormalities

Cardea 20/20

Effect of gender on computerized electrocardiogram measurements in college athletes

Cardea 20/20

The Effect of Sport on Computerized Electrocardiogram Measurements in College Athletes

Cardea 20/20

Electrocardiographic interpretation in athletes: the ‘Seattle Criteria’

Cardea 20/20

Normal electrocardiographic findings: recognizing physiological adaptations in athletes

Cardea 20/20

Abnormal electrocardiographic findings in athletes: recognising changes suggestive of cardiomyopathy

Cardea 20/20

QT Corrections for Long QT Risk Assessment: Implications for the Pre-participation Examination. Hadley, David PhD; Hsu, David BS; Pickham, David PhD; Drezner, Jonathan A. MD; Froelicher, Victor F. MD

Cardea 20/20

Cost-effectiveness of pre-participation screening for prevention of sudden cardiac death in young athletes.

Cardea 20/20

A novel method for patient-specific QTc–modeling QT-RR hysteresis.

Cardea 20/20

The impact of ST elevation on athletic screening

Cardea 20/20

Interpretation of the electrocardiogram of young athletes

Cardea 20/20

Early repolarization in an ambulatory clinical population

Cardea 20/20

Natural history of the electrocardiographic pattern of early repolarization in ambulatory patients

Cardea 20/20

Addition of the electrocardiogram to the preparticipation examination of college athletes

Cardea 20/20

T-wave abnormalities are a better predictor of cardiovascular mortality than ST depression on the resting electrocardiogram

Cardea 20/20

Prognostic importance of isolated T-wave abnormalities

Cardea 20/20

Prognostic value of electrocardiographic criteria for left ventricular hypertrophy

Cardea 20/20

Prognostic Significance of Quantitative QRS Duration

Cardea 20/20

Prognostic significance of PVCs and resting heart rate

Cardea 20/20

Electrocardiographic arrhythmia risk testing

Cardea 20/20

The Prognostic Value of T Wave Amplitude in Lead aVR in Males

Cardea 20/20

The prevalence and prognostic significance of electrocardiographic abnormalities

Cardea 20/20

An evidence-based review of the resting electrocardiogram as a screening technique for heart disease

Cardea 20/20

Semantic Confusion: The Case of Early Repolarization and the J Point

Cardea 20/20

The prognostic importance of isolated P-Wave abnormalities

Cardea 20/20

Effect of gender on computerized electrocardiogram measurements in college athletes

Cardea 20/20

The Effect of Sport on Computerized Electrocardiogram Measurements in College Athletes

Cardea 20/20

Electrocardiographic interpretation in athletes: the ‘Seattle Criteria’

Cardea 20/20

Normal electrocardiographic findings: recognizing physiological adaptations in athletes

Cardea 20/20

Abnormal electrocardiographic findings in athletes: recognising changes suggestive of cardiomyopathy

Cardea 20/20

Abnormal electrocardiographic findings in athletes: recognising changes suggestive of primary electrical disease

Cardea SOLO Software Request

Cardea 20/20 Software Request