ACS Diagnostics

CORE12 Monitor

CORE 12 Tutorial

CORE 12 Tutorial



(Cardiac Outpatient Realtime ECG)

Prescribed for up to 30 days of continuous monitoring to detect elusive arrhythmia or quantify arrhythmia burden;

ECG recordings actively sent (via Cellular) without requiring patient involvement;  Multi-channel, digital ECG signal (compared to acoustic analog telephone event recorder/signal transmitter);

Summary Reports with sample ECG recordings that validate existence and quantify persistence of rhythm abnormalities;


  • Real-time ECG analysis on-board device;
  • Patient ECG, Trended and Full-Disclosure data sent wirelessly via cellular telephone network without patient interaction;
  • Dimensions: 1.84”x 3.61”x .62”. Weight: 6 oz.
  • Two-way communication allows clinicians to adjust trigger settings, request additional data and adjust study duration remotely;
  • LED & LCD status indicators for Monitoring, Battery and Wireless Communication conditions assist in patient compliance.

The CORE Hook-Up Kit is included and User’s Manual


The ACS Monitor is a small, portable device for recording ECG data and delivering it over a cellular network for processing by the ACS lab.  Users interact with the Monitor through a color display, a touch screen, and a button panel.

The Monitor is made up of several subsystems that are powered up and down in an efficient way to deliver a substantial amount of operation before needing to charge the Monitor, or to replace the easily removable battery.

This section describes Monitor operations that are performed to start and finish a study.