SmartCardia collaborates with Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (KDAH) to enhance Cardiac Arrhythmia Care

SmartCardia collaborates with Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (KDAH) to enhance Cardiac Arrhythmia Care

Mumbai, 23rd February 2024 – SmartCardia, a renowned leader in the field of cardiac monitoring solutions, announces an exciting partnership with Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital to revolutionize patient care for individuals with cardiac arrhythmia, a condition when the heartbeat is irregular due to a problem with the heart’s electrical signals. This collaboration will create a more accurate and efficient monitoring system, enabling early detection and improved patient outcomes. The announcement was made at a special session for healthcare professions on the “Role of AI in Cardiology and Healthcare” held at Kokilaben Hospital.

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One of the key highlights of this collaboration is the introduction of the SmartCardia 7L patch, which allows for the detection of severe cardiac arrhythmia conditions earlier than ever before due to its real-time transmission of ECG and multiple vitals. This breakthrough technology provides doctors with immediate access to data, and auto alerts on cloud, enabling them to make more informed clinical decisions. With early detection, physicians can now devise tailored treatment plans, leading to more successful outcomes and increased patient satisfaction.

Dr. Jag Singh, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School & Principal Advisor for SmartCardia said “Collaborating with Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital (KDAH) marks a significant step towards advancing cardiac arrhythmia care. As we embrace the future of medicine, bridging gaps in healthcare ecosystems through innovative partnerships is paramount. Together with KDAH, SmartCardia aims to leverage artificial intelligence and transformative technologies to revolutionize patient care, ensuring a brighter and healthier future for all.”

Dr. Santosh Shetty, CEO and Executive Director, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai said, “At Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, patient care is our utmost priority. We are excited to collaborate with SmartCardia to enhance our capabilities in diagnosing and monitoring patients with cardiac arrhythmia. This partnership enables us to provide our healthcare professionals with cutting-edge technology and real-time patient data, improving their ability to deliver personalized, timely, and effective care to each individual under our care.”

Dr. Venkat D. Nagarajan, Consultant, Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist, Lead for Heart Rhythm and Cardiac Device Services, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai said, “The integration of AI into cardiology is transforming cardiac care. Smart devices that monitor the patient’s heart on a continuous basis will help in saving lives by enabling rapid response from caregivers. Proactive and personalised management of heart conditions will help in delivering positive clinical outcomes for patients. The future of cardiac care is here today!”

SmartCardia leverages cutting-edge developments in AI to design systems that can identify cardiac events swiftly and accurately. This integration of AI technology enhances patient care by providing real-time updates to physicians and nurses, allowing them to proactively respond to any cardiac episodes, thereby reducing response times and improving patient outcomes.

Recognizing the significance of patient monitoring devices in hospitals, SmartCardia and Kokilaben Hospital are committed to enhancing this critical aspect of healthcare. Smart patient monitoring systems powered by a network of sensors connected to the internet will provide essential information to nurses and doctors wherever they are situated in a hospital setting.

The collaboration between SmartCardia and Kokilaben Hospital marks a significant step forward in the field of cardiac arrhythmia care. By combining expertise, resources, and technological advancements, these two pioneers will transform the way patients with cardiac arrhythmia are diagnosed, monitored, and treated.

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