The enhanced DXL 12-lead ECG algorithm positions Philips at the forefront of the industry in its commitment to algorithm development. STEMI Decision Support tools and advanced transmission help guide patient care when time is critical.
Detection of STEMI culprit artery || Enhanced detection features
Detection of STEMI culprit artery for focused treatments
Provides STEMI-CA (Culprit Artery) criteria to suggest the probable site of the occlusion and support focused treatments.
Open systems approach || Seamless integration
Open systems approach facilitates advance notification
Philips offers EMS an open systems approach to data management and connectivity that lets you manage your workflow as you desire. Periodical Clinical Data Transmission of vitals, waveforms, and the 12-lead ECG lets EMS send advance notification to the hospital.
Gender-specific criteria || Enhanced detection features
Gender-specific criteria help detection in women
The DXL 12-lead algorithm has enhanced gender-specific criteria to help recognize and interpret cardiac symptoms in women.
One algorithm || Seamless integration
One algorithm for seamless history and trends
The same algorithm can be found in our defibrillators, bedside monitors, and cardiographs, which means seamless integration and a seamless history of the patient's ECG results throughout the care cycle.
Critical Values || Enhanced detection features
Critical Values for actionable information
Life-threatening conditions requiring immediate clinical intervention are brought to your attention through the algorithm's Critical Values.
Comparison framework || Seamless integration
Comparison framework for easy sharing and connecting
Cardiologists, nurses, and paramedics all read the same algorithm. This gives them a framework for comparison and instills confidence in the ECG chain. 12-leads can be stored in the TraceMasterVue ECG management system, which allows for easy viewing, printing, searching, and comparing of ECGs from anywhere, including the bedside.