What is Mobile Cardiac Outpatient Telemetry (MCOT)?

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The primary purpose of MCOT is the evaluation of suspected arrhythmias that have not been detected by office- or hospital-based monitoring. All-Stat Portable uses a single-unit device that provides live patient visibility, analysis and wireless transmission of arrhythmia events for up to 30 days. The TeleSentry Device is the industries first Mobile Cardiac Telemetry to live stream ECG data, enabling easy management of symptomatic and asymptomatic cardiac event patients.

BENEFITS OF MCOT

  • Patients with syncope, near syncope, or episodic dizziness without obvious cause.
  • Patients with recurrent palpitation.
  • Patients with episodic shortness of breath, chest pain, or fatigue.
  • Patients with suspected atrial fibrillation or flutter.
  • Patients that need atrial fibrillation ablation management.
  • Patients with symptoms such as syncope, near syncope, episodic dizziness, or palpitation in whom a probable cause other than an arrhythmia has been identified but in whom symptoms persist despite treatment of this other cause.
  • Cell transmission of ECG data helps ensure patient compliance and reduce likelihood of human error.
  • Auto-transmit of events improves patient compliance
  • Single-button event marking & transfer
  • Easy to apply 3 or 5 lead placement
  • Detailed reporting that includes 24-hour heart rate trends
  • Remote device configuration offers convenience and ensures accurate monitoring.

WHEN TO CONSIDER MOBILE CARDIAC TELEMETRY

For assessment of symptoms of cardiac arrythmias and symptoms possibly related to rythm disturbances
  • Patients with syncope, near syncope, or episodic dizziness without obvious cause.
  • Patients with recurrent palpitation.
  • Patients with episodic shortness of breath, chest pain, or fatigue.
  • Patients with suspected atrial fibrillation or flutter.
  • Patients that need atrial fibrillation ablation management.
  • Patients with symptoms such as syncope, near syncope, episodic dizziness, or palpitation in whom a probable cause other than an arrhythmia has been identified but in whom symptoms persist despite treatment of this other cause.