The CardioWA includes software, finger probe, interface to computer and
training/certification for one person. A laptop is an option that comes with
the software and training/certification course on it.
A Compact Device for Assessing Arterial Stiffness and Peripheral Circulation.
Personal health status of a patient is objectively defined by an in depth detailed mathematical analysis of the Autonomic Nervous System and the Peripheral Blood Circulation.
HRV (Heart Rate Variability) has been shown to be a general health indicator in many published studies. The APG (Accelerated Plethysmograph) waveform has been shown to be an indicator of cardiovascular health.
The data that is obtained from the HRV and APG waveform allows various aspects of health and perceived health problems to be clarified and evaluated. The areas of diagnosis included are physiological energy, pain, emotional reaction, sleep, social isolation and physical mobility.
Autonomic Nervous System (ANS)
The ANS is a part of the peripheral nervous system that functions to regulate the organic processes needed for the maintenance of normal bodily functions. The activities of ANS are affected by continually changing environments such as emotional stress, fear and alterations in the sleep-wakefulness cycle which change the level of autonomic activity.
HRV (Heart Pate Variability) helps test the autonomic nerve activity, and the balance of the Sympathetic Nerve and the Parasympathetic Nerve. If someone has chronic stress or high stress, the autonomic nervous system function which is weakened by the decrease in heart rate causes an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
- Accurate Alogrithm
- Patent relating to the clinical standard for Heart Rate Variability (HRV)
- Easy and simple to use
- The database is managed on the attached laptop.
- Automatic Interpretation