For Immediate Release
PET CARDIOLOGY INC (Division of Global Telemedicine Inc.)
800 Hampton Dr. Suite B
Venice, Ca 90291
Venice, CA -- November 28, 2008 - The Department of Research and Development announces the release of the world’s first “Remotely Activated” veterinary cardiac event recorder. Traditional event recorders have been manufactured for humans only, requiring manual activation of the device, creating problems when trying to adapt to the veterinary field. Veterinarians and animal health care professionals are now able to monitor animal ECG during normal activity, at a range of over 50 feet, even while caged. This new compact device (size of a pager) and its “key chain” activator can be used on any size animal including horses for the recording of symptomatic cardiac events.
Pet Cardiology Inc. a division of Global Telemedicine Inc., has been servicing the veterinary and animal breeder industry for over a decade by providing 24 hr Holter and weekly 24/7 cardiac event monitoring with optional interpretation or a cardiologist consultation.