The gold standard 12 lead EKG reinvented.

It's the fastest, easiest, and safest way to obtain a 12 lead EKG.

Every Second Counts

By replacing cumbersome lead wires and electrodes with The EKG Glove, ANY available staff member with some training can easily perform a full, diagnostic, 12 lead EKG in about a minute. No certified technician is required. Compatible with virtually all EKG (ECG) machines, The EKG Glove makes administering an EKG universally faster, easier, more accurate and much more comfortable for the patient.





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Safe & Sanitary

The EKG Glove is disposable and virtually eliminates patient cross-contamination and staff infections caused by unsanitary “spaghetti” wires. Using The EKG Glove drastically reduces litigation risks associated with performing unsanitary EKGs.

Time Savings

The EKG Glove radically reduces the time required to prepare and administer a full, diagnostic 12 lead EKG. With minimal training, any capable adult can apply The EKG Glove and administer an EKG using existing (legacy) equipment or any number of new portable, wireless solutions.

Comfort & Portability

The consolidated functionality and form factor of The EKG Glove means cables aren’t required to be reattached over and over. It’s portable, comfortable and can be worn for up to 24 hours so performing multiple exams on a patient throughout the day is easier than ever before.


Today In America

Former NFL great and 3 time Superbowl champion Terry Bradshaw introduces The EKG Glove.



IneedMD - In the News



MICROSOFT

Microsoft Surface - Empowering us all

See The EKG Glove being showcased in Microsoft's latest Surface Pro 3 video promoting advancements in technology.

FOX BUSINESS NEWS

"Miracle Glove" will save lives

During the Fox Business segment "The Doctor is in", Dr. Seigel discusses the benefits of The EKG Glove.

FORBES MAGAZINE

A $20 'Glove' Will Save The Lives Of Thousands Who Are Having Heart Attacks

Back in 1995, I joined a small breakfast group with Dr. Peter Pasternack, a top cardiologist at NYU Medical Center and a pioneer in the field of surgical risks ...



Industry News



COMPUTERWORLD

AMA says telemedicine could improve access, quality of care. The telehealth market is expected to reach $6B by 2020!

The AMA, the nation's largest association of physicians, endorsed the use of remote monitoring and physician interactive services ...

SUNDAY HOUSECALL | FOX NEWS

How will telemedicine impact your access to care?

Will doctors one day diagnose patients without physically examining them?




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