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Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Noninvasive mathematical analysis of spectral electrocardiographic components for coronary lesions of intermediate to obstructive stenosis severity–relationship with classic and functional SYNTAX score
    Catheterization Cardiovascular Interventions, Volume 86, Issue 1, July 2015, Pages 21–29

  • TCTAP A-086 Comparison of a Two-Lead, Computerized, Resting ECG Signal Analysis Device, the Multifunction-CardioGram (MCG), to Coronary Angiography or MDCT, SPECT for the Detection of Revalent Coronary Artery Stenosis
    J Am Coll Cardiol. 2015;65(17_S):S45-S45. doi:10.1016/j.jacc.2015.03.148

  • Comparing MCG and Coronary Angiography for detection of Coronary Artery Stenosis in Women
    Treatment Strategies – Cardiology Volume 3, Issue 1 pp.82-91
    Appropriateness Guidelines for the use of MCG in clinical settings are currently being revised in conjunction with the American College of Computational Electrophysiology. New guidelines will be posted shortly.

  • Peer-Reviewed Abstracts and Presentations
    An analysis of the effect of age, gender and revascularization on MCG results
    (Based upon the Siegburg studies) Circulation 2007 116: II_367
    Abstract | Presentation Slides

  • A comparison of the MCG system to coronary angiography
    American College of Chest Physicians October 2007 132(4): 466S
    Abstract Presentation Slides
    (Based upon the Post-Revascularization Siegburg study)

  • Invited Talks
    American College of Cardiology 2011
    Dr. John Strobeck presented a poster session comparing the accuracy of MCG to Myocardial Perfusion Imaging (MPI / Nuclear Stress Imaging).
    Presentation Handout

  • American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine
    Drs. Imhoff, Strobeck and Shen discuss the MCG system, including trial results, practical clinical examples and the underlying technology.
    A presentation before the Academy’s 2008 annual meeting
    Presentation Video

The following peer-reviewed studies do not include a focus on the MCG, but provide large-scale clinical evidence for the need of appropriate, accurate technology for risk-stratifying patients who present with chest pain and heart disease symptoms to the hospital ER.

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