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Medtronic Cardiac Diagnostics & Monitoring – For Healthcare Professionals
Cardiac Diagnostics & Monitoring

For Healthcare Professionals

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Cardiac Monitoring in Clinical Research Services

Cardiac Monitoring Services Ongoing Management

Medtronic Services for Cardiac Monitoring in Clinical Research (CMCR) provides cardiac monitoring services to support pharmaceutical clinical trials from concept phase through commercialization.

Our scalable portfolio of efficient, standardized processes provides the following cardiac monitoring services worldwide:

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • Protocol Design Input
  • Regulatory Support
  • Patient Enrollment Processing
  • Training
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PROGRAM EXECUTION

  • Patient Compliance Monitoring
  • Device Tracking
  • Inventory Control
  • Episode Notification
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RESULTS

  • Report Generation
  • Electronic Data Provided in CDISC Standard Format
  • Electronic Data Archival
  • Publication Support

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The Medtronic Services for Cardiac Monitoring in Clinical Research team offers a range of standard and custom reports designed to provide detailed, summative, and statistical data.

Reports include:

  • Episode Notifications

Receive an alert if a notifiable cardiac arrhythmia is detected.
 
  • End-of-Use Reports

Provide a summary of arrhythmic events.
 
  • AF Burden Reports

Provide a calculation of time and percentage spent in Atrial Fibrillation (AF) through the monitoring period. (May be offered at additional cost.)
 
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Contact Us

For more information about our Medtronic services for Cardiac Monitoring in Clinical Research, please contact:

Melody LaBeau
Sr. Program Manager
CMCR Operations
763.526.2931
melody.a.labeau@medtronic.com

References
  1. Engel, et al. Estimation of patient compliance in application of adherent mobile cardiac telemetry device. 33rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE EMBS, Boston, Massachusetts USA, August 30 - September 3, 2011.
  2. Shinbane, et al. Wearable Wireless Arrhythmia Detection Patches: Diagnostic Arrhythmia Yield, Time to First Arrhythmia, and Patient Compliance. Presented at HRS 2013 (Poster #9813).