The dropped beat

With 13 revealing examples, Dr Harry Mond clears up any questions about Holter and ECG reports where the diagnosis of Wenckebach second degree AV block and non-conducted atrial ectopics may have been unclear. Examining the distinctive footprints of each, he takes a close look at the dropped beat.

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Chelsea Cunningham
A focus on new MBS items for Heart Health Checks

This Heart Week we take pulse on the new Medical Benefit Scheme(MBS) items for Heart Health Checks, which were introduced on 1 April to help improve preventative care for patients at risk of heart disease. Here, we look at the requirements of MBS items 699 and 177, and what’s new patients and doctors.

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Chelsea Cunningham
3 reasons to try myPatch

Next gen holter devices continue to improve detection and compliance rates. While we remain independent of devices in the delivery of our cardiac monitoring service, we currently back myPatch as best in class, for ease of application, comfort and superior testing results.

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Chelsea Cunningham
Wenckebach without a pause!

The surprising trace that made even the most experienced cardiologist take pause. Each week Medical Director Dr Harry Mond brings 40+ years experience to sharing rare and unusual traces discovered at CardioScan.

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Chelsea Cunningham
How would you report this?

At first glance, this trace can be misleading. See if you get it right. Our Director of Medicine Dr Harry Mond reveals what he uncovered when taking a closer look, as part of our ongoing series of rare and unusual traces at CardioScan.

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Chelsea Cunningham
The Upside Down ECG

This week, Dr Harry Mond looks at the upside down ECG, and the puzzling trace that resulted. Each week, as our Director of Medicine he shares the real findings of unusual traces discovered at CardioScan, and what they reveal.

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Chelsea Cunningham
Mobile Cardiac reporting now in the US

Mobile cardiac reporting is now in the US. BeatBox launched this week in the US following successful releases in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and planned releases in the UK. Now American cardiologists can report up to 75% faster from any mobile device, anywhere.

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Chelsea Cunningham
The athlete's heart - Memo 42

In this memo; the athlete’s heart and talking to a world leading specialist to interpret the results properly. Director of Medicine Dr Harry Mond shares real findings of unusual traces at CardioScan, with other cardiologists and cardiac technicians – and what they reveal.

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Chelsea Cunningham