Introducing the only solution in the world to provide comprehensive, realtime, remote cardiac diagnostics.
The Revolutionary MIRCaM.
Affordable Precision Diagnostics
Enabling hospitals to do advanced cardiac diagnosis at an affordable cost. Providing one-stop solution for doing high-quality Ambulatory/Holter and Stress Analysis with the default Resting ECG.
Clinical Analytics Engine
The solution provides comprehensive (Ambulatory-Arrhythmia + ST Segment) 12 Lead Analysis at realtime on the device. It also provides data analytics and reporting.
Alerts, diagnosis and reporting On-The-Go using Mobile Applications using notifications on all platforms. It also provides automated hospital referral workflow for patient management.
No technicians required on-site.
Enables multiple usecases for diagnosis and post-operative monitoring in hospitals and home.
Problem & Solution
MIRCaM stands for Mobile Intelligent Remote Cardiac Monitor. MIRCaM comprehensive suite comprises of a Bodyworn unit, Patient’s Bedside Unit, MIRCaM Doctor’s Terminal and MIRCaM Doctor’s Mobile App.
MIRCaM provides real time analysis and generate instant alarms on episode detection, thus enhancing patient care and safety. It gives new possibilities for monitoring of vital parameters with wearable biomedical sensors, and will give the patient the freedom to be mobile and still be under continuous monitoring and thereby offer better quality of patient care.
MIRCaM is intended for detecting cardiac arrhythmias, myocardial ischemia and Infarctions and it can also be used to follow up critical patients from their home while they are carrying out daily activities. MIRCaM has the ability to detect a number of heart problems that do not show up during standard electrocardiography tests or during a stress test. Because it involves continuous monitoring, it is also particularly useful in detecting conditions that occur sporadically, such as during sleep or at times of emotional or physical stress.
Reduction in cost
Catch all confirmed patients
Very low false cases
Bring more confirmed patients to specialists.
CDL & MIRCaM in the news
On the occassion of World Heart Day ; the Founder and CEO Anand Madanagopal pens down about the journey so far and the road ahead for Cardiac Design Labs. #WorldHeartDay #cardiacdesignlabs #medicaldevices
Cardiac Design Labs scores an award at CeBIT India 2015 New Perspectives in IT Business Discover Digital Business Solutions Marketplace 29, 30, 31 OCT 2015, BIEC, Bengaluru.
Cardiac Design Labs got an opportunity to present its innovative healthcare product “MIRCaM” at the BangaloreITE.biz 2015 conference, held at The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru on 8th – 10th December, 2015. Read more about the event here
Cardiac Design Labs presents MIRCaM at the product showcase and talks on Healthcare Beyond Hospitals, Illness to Wellness at the IoT Session held at NASSCOM 10,000 Startups Warehouse. Read More Here
Cardiac Desgin Labs presents MIRCaM at IEEE SmartTech Workshop 2015, Supplementing ‘Make in India’ & ‘Smart City Mission’ Initiatives on Sep 25 & 26, 2015 at Hotel Lalit Ashok, Bangalore. Read more about the event here
Cardiac Design Labs launches focused business deployments in various usecases in and around Bangalore and Cochin.
As part of the rising wave of interest in the Internet of Things (IoT), programs have appeared to help development teams creating IoT products. These “Hardware startup accelerator” programs can offer manufacturing, Distribution, mentoring, funding to entrepreneurs working to move their product idea or prototype to market. Read more about the event here
Anand Madanagopal, Founder and CEO of Cardiac Design Labs, Bangalore, addressed the Session-7 on “Entrepreneurship – Role of Start-ups towards ‘Make in India’” of the 11th India Innovation Summit on 7 August 2015 at Hotel ITC Gardenia. The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) works to create and sustain an environment conducive to the development of India,[…]
Anand Madanagopal, MD of Cardiac Design Labs, was invited to be the chief – guest at Anveshan Design Fellowship 2014-15 Read more here
Machines have started talking to each other in India, and soon humans will start communicating with them. Read More Here