This achievement becomes significant when we realize how traditional analysis of ECG test results can be time-consuming and complicated. On the one hand, we have overworked doctors, and on the other, ever-longer queues of patients who wait a long time for the test report and diagnosis. Poles were the first in the world to automate the process of analyzing ECG signals to such an extent based on the use of the Amazon Web Services cloud, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. They created software that enables accurate detection and analysis of many elements of the ECG signal with just a few clicks. Finally, the doctor receives a report based on which he can conclude the patient’s current condition, diagnosis, and possible treatment plan.
Medical facilities around the world already use the intuitive, extremely easy-to-use platform, e.g., The University of Basel, the University of Copenhagen or the Medical University of Warsaw, as well as hundreds of cardiologists and practitioners from over 15 countries around the world, including Germany, Switzerland, England, and Poland – e.g., PZU Zdrowie. Established in 2017, Cardiomatics has been successfully accompanying many medical workers for several years, relieving them of their daily duties and facilitating the analysis of millions of hearts, thus contributing to the fact that many of them will beat longer. In 2021, it received $2.3m for development from Central and Eastern European VC Kaya with the participation of Nina Capital and Innovation Vest and $1m from the NCBR.
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