Caring for at-risk patients

What is Telemonitoring?
A major aspect of telemonitoring involves taking care of high-risk patients in the ambulatory environment by the regularly collecting physiological data and other information about their state of health and using rule-based decision mechanisms to transmit the relevant data to the attending physicians.
Your Advantage
Our telemonitoring solutions are flexible and individually configurable to monitor diseases such as congestive heart failure or chronic cardiac arrhythmia.
Our experience for your success
National and international clinical studies and projects have repeatedly shown that the user-friendly solutions have a high patient benefit.



PhysioMem® PM 100

The New Generation of Tele-ECG

Using the PhysioMem® PM 100, a patient suffering from intermittent cardiac arrhythmias can record a 2-lead, 40 second ECG anytime and anywhere. Either at regular intervals or if the patient experiences cardiac related symptoms, he or she simply presses the four electrodes attached to the back of the device firmly onto the chest and presses the start button. Once the recording has finished, it is automatically transferred via our backend service ReSTA to the attending physician for evaluation.


  • 1-button technology for easy operation
  • integrated GSM module for mobile ECG transmission
  • 2-lead ECG via 4 electrodes on the back of the unit
  • inductive charging of integrated battery
  • protection against ingress of dust and fluids (IP64)
  • medical device classification IIa
 User-Videosupported by Dr. Stefan Dreesen, Philippusstift in Essen.

CardioMem® CM 100 XT

ECG Loop Recorder

CardioMem CM 100 XT is a mobile ECG loop recorder designed to acquire and record ECG stripes in three ways: upon manual activation by the patient, upon automatic detection of arrhythmic events (tachycardia, bradycardia, arterial fibrillation and pauses), or at predefined intervals via an integrated timer. The data are automatically transmitted to the physician ́s office or a clinic via the PhysioGate® App, thus ensuring that the ECG events are readily available while minimizing the length of time the patient needs to wear the device.


  • 3 recording modes: auto-trigger (upon detection of tachycardia, bradycardia, arterial fibrillation and pauses), timer based and manually triggered
  • selectable pre- and post-storage durations for each recorded event
  • operates up to 14 days with one battery
  • wireless due to the use of standard adhesive electrodes
  • mobile ECG transmission via PhysioGate® App
  • protection against ingress of dust and fluids (IP64)
  • medical device classification IIa


HeartX® Viewer

Web-based ECG Viewer for Telemedical ECG Reporting using the FHIR Standard.

The HeartX® Viewer is a web application that can be used stand-alone as well as embedded in an electronic health record system. The application is used to display raw ECG data in FHIR standard recorded by compatible ECG devices (e.g. PhysioMem® PM 100 users are able to measure and evaluate the ECG data and save it as a report with additional information using the FHIR standard. The visualization of the ECG can be easily adapted to the needs of the user.


  • web application for standard browsers
  • FHIR standard
  • one-click interpretations
  • measurement of PQ time, QRS duration and QT time (incl. QTcF)
  • selectable writing speeds and amplitudes
  • medical device classification IIa

PhysioGate® PG 2000

Telemedical Communication Platform

The PhysioGate® PG 2000 communication unit is used to receive and display data from various non-invasive sensors, such as blood pressure monitors, weighing scales or ECG devices on a tablet or smartphone. The application automatically transmits the data to medical institutions, such as hospitals, doctors' offices or telemedical centers. Furthermore, patients are given the option of making manual entries about their current condition or calling up third-party apps via the user interface. With the help of PhysioGate® PG 2000, medical professionals can thus react promptly to changes and provide optimal care for patients.


  • mobile app for tablet and smartphone
  • Bluetooth® LE technology for communication with blood pressure monitor, pulse oximeter and weighing scale
  • input mask for the patient's condition
  • kiosk mode through mobile device management
  • fast configuration with the help of QR codes
  • FHIR standard for communication with patient information systems
  • integration and control of additional third-party apps
  • medical device classification IIa