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HeartLogic Clinical Data

 
 The MultiSENSE study found HeartLogic to be the strongest independent risk factor for detecting potential future heart failure events. Explore the data and see how HeartLogic can give you the actionable information you need to change patients’ lives—before you expect it. 
 
MutliSENSE Study Results

MultiSENSE Study Results
The MultiSENSE study assessed more than 900 patients and validated the HeartLogic algorithm to have:*1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Physician Perspectives

 
Carl Fier, MD, FACC Discussing HeartLogic

“I think HeartLogic is very compelling because for the first time we have an algorithm that’s really been validated and is an algorithm that touches upon the things as clinicians that we think are important.”

Carl Fier, MD, FACC

 
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About MultiSENSE

 

 

MultiSENSE was an international, multicenter, non-randomized feasibility study designed to determine how ambulatory sensor measurements change with worsening heart failure. The goal of the study was to develop and validate a multi-sensor algorithm for the early detection of worsening heart failure. The study concluded that the HeartLogic multi-sensor index and alert algorithm provide a sensitive and timely predictor of impending heart failure decompensation.1

 

Featured Clinical Data

 
 
Results From the MultiSENSE Study

Results From the MultiSENSE Study:

HeartLogic Multisensor Algorithm Identifies Patients During Periods of Increased Risk of Heart Failure Events.
MultiSense study
 
Chart Showing HeartLogic Met its Primary Endpoints with 70% Sensitivity and <2 Unexplained Alerts Per Patient Per Year
 

Primary Endpoints2

The results from the MultiSENSE Study demonstrated that HeartLogic met and exceeded its two primary endpoints for algorithm sensitivity and unexplained alert rates.
 
HeartLogic Index Trends Chart Showing the Median Time from Alert Onset to a Heart Failure Event was 34 Days
 

HeartLogic Index Trends2

According to the MultiSENSE Study, the median time from alert onset to a heart failure event was 34 days. This gives you the insights you need several weeks in advance to adjust treatment and potentially avoid an impending heart failure event.
 

Prof. Roy Gardner Discusses MultiSENSE

 
 
 
HeartLogic performs as well as NT-proBNP to rule out acute heart failure at point of care

HeartLogic performs as well as NT-proBNP
to rule out acute heart failure at point of care
– Prof. R. Gardner

Prof. Roy Gardner elaborating on the MultiSENSE results and their impact for the patients
Discover the results of the first analysis on temporal association of AF with HeartLogic™

Discover the results of the first analysis
on temporal association of AF with HeartLogic™

Preliminary experience with the multisensory HeartLogic algorithm for heart failure monitoring: a retrospective case series report

Preliminary experience with the multisensory HeartLogic algorithm for heart failure monitoring: a retrospective case series report

MultiSense study
Discover the results of the first analysis on temporal association of AF with HeartLogic™

We learned that HeartLogic is very powerful
in stratifying patient with a very low risk.
When we have a patient in out of alert condition,
we can give the attention to other patients
– Dr. Luca Santini.

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