Shreis Cardiotech
3-D Vasculography
Clinical Applications
The Approach
The Test


Technical Specs

The Team


USA                   Shreis Scalene Cardiotech LLC
11516 Darnestown Rd. Gaithersburg,MD 20878
Tel : (001)301-926-0566
Fax : (001)301-238-5247
Cell: (001)240-715-8790 Email: info@shreis.com  

Scalene Cybernetics Ltd
S-CARD Campus Seegehalli Main Road         Virgo Nagar PO, Bengaluru 560049



The Haemoseis-256 System

Unique Multi-Facet System

Haemoseis-256 3D Vasculography is a revolutionary non-invasive technique that aids the physician in the early identification and  management of life threatening cardiovascular diseases. It provides a detailed analysis of cardiovascular haemodynamics, electrodynamics, pulmonary pathology, by providing more than sixty vital cardiovascular parameters such as detailed regional and myocardial blood flow functions and many more to identify and characterize electro-haemodynamic patterns which are consistent with coronary artery disease and other cardiac disease states. With a complete vital haemodynamic picture of the heart, Haemoseis 256 brings new and powerful cardiovascular information to the out-patient clinic, emergency rooms, intensive care units, cath labs and operation theatres. Haemoseis-256 provides unique details of minute deviation in flow patterns, invaluable for accurate monitoring of cardiac functions.

The HaemoSeis - 256 is the first system to use Trans Aortic Modulated Flow Turbulence Accelerometry (TAMFTA) technology, precisely time synchronized with Electro Cardiography , Vertical Acceleration Detection (VAD) of heart sounds and Automatic Blood Pressure measurement - all in one system. Following normal protocol, leads for the electrocardiogram are placed on the right and the left pectore areas and on the right and left lower quadrants of the abdomen.  The lead that gives the best definition of the QRS complex is used for computation purposes.  TAMFTA uses four pairs of leads. The heart sounds are recorded using a special vertical  acceleration detector transducer attached using a double sided adhesive placed along the left sternal border at a site where the second heart sound is loudest.  Finally the arterial blood pressure is obtained using the automatic non-invasive technique.  The test requires only 6 pairs of disposable electrodes. The pulsatile changes in the electrical resistance of the blood flow in the aorta produce a signal that is precisely time related to other physiological curves like electrocardiogram, and heart sounds.  The signal thus derived is due to the electro-mechanical activity of blood flow.  Computation of these signals and taking into consideration the systolic and diastolic blood pressure, vital haemodynamic parameters relating to pressure, volume, time and flow are obtained non-invasively and beat-to-beat.       








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