04 Aug CardioVisual Exhibiting at Inaugural ACC Tech Fair
AUGUST 4, 2016 — AUSTIN, TX CardioVisual LLC, maker of the groundbreaking mobile medical health app CardioVisual, is pleased to announce its inclusion in an inaugural tech event produced by the California Chapter of the American College of Cardiology (CA ACC) on August 6 in Hollywood.
Technology Fair is an opportunity to expose health care professionals to cutting-edge medical technology. “This is a unique opportunity for all healthcare providers to be brought up to date on innovations that are available now and to be kept abreast of the direction of innovations in the future,” said Norman Lepor, MD, CA ACC president.
CardioVisual is among just twelve carefully curated, innovative companies selected to demonstrate technology at the Fair. The company’s cardiologist-developed mobile app, CardioVisual, provides clear understanding of complex heart conditions, treatments and procedures via high-quality, commercial-free videos. Doctors use the free app in their practice to facilitate patient communication, and then send patients home with a patient version of the app for further study.
“We are privileged to be among the high-caliber companies selected to exhibit at this event,” said Manish Chauhan, MD FACC, founder of CardioVisual. “We look forward to demonstrating our time-saving mobile app to cardiologists who can immediately integrate its use into their daily practice.”
Technology Fair speakers include medical tech innovators such as Dave Albert, MD, of AliveCor, a San Francisco company that produces a mobile ECG, and Matt Banet, CTO and founder of toSense, a body-worn sensor that remotely monitors thoracic impedance, heart rate, heart rate variability, respiration rate, skin temperature and posture.
Other exhibitors will show cutting-edge earphones that provide real-time coaching based on users’ physiology and a vest that uses EM waves to measure lung-fluid levels.