Additional features. Includes everything our Vision™ product offers, plus enhancements that do most of the categorization and allow a more thorough analysis.
Accuracy. Independent studies using American Heart Association (AHA) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) standardized databases show Vision Premier software is 99.95% accurate in Positive Predictive Value for classifying normal beats and 99.61% accurate in Positive Predictive Value for classifying abnormal beats.
Connectivity. Opt for industry-standard HL7 to enable communication between Vision Premier and various information systems.
Flexibility. Advanced analysis tools such as superimposition help isolate and identify arrhythmias.
For customers who need an advanced Holter monitoring solution, the Burdick® Vision Premier Holter system provided an affordable and powerful diagnostic tool. The Vision Premier system adds expanded viewing choices and a more comprehensive list of diagnostic tools to the easy-to-use Vision software.
Advanced Functionality for Accurate Diagnoses
The Burdick Vision Premier software features advanced capabilities, including automatic categorization of beats, tachogram review, and full-disclosure viewing, providing the tools needed for even the most sophisticated analysis.
Vision Premier automatically categorizes the Holter information into 13 separate morphology forms, including normal, ventrical, paced, supraventrical extraystole (SVE), unkown, and artifact.
Software includes a category-specific histogram comparing frequency and severity for review of arrhythmia.
The program labels each abnormality in a 7-second diagnostic strip with classification, time of occurence, heart rate, and beat annotation. Additional ECG-strip information can be inserted at any point.
On-screen displays allow review or editing either globally or by individual episode.
Vision Premier automatically analyzes ST changes in all three channels and adjusts the anlayses for different heart rates.
The unique Tachogram Review marks atrial fib/flutter regions for review and printing, allowing quick identification of rate-related abnormalities.
On-screen calipers allow for easy, precise measurements.
Patient diary times entries for coordination of results and symptoms.
System provides a 30-second, compressed full-disclosure display.
Superimposition features a single- or multi-beat mode complemented with a 30-second compressed full-disclosure review and RR interval plot.