First AI-EKG/ECG Device
Data Drives AI, and No One Provides More Data Per Heartbeat than PhysioSign!

PhysioSign's AI-EKG/ECG can more accurately diagnose coronary artery disease (CAD) and other heart diseases.  A breakthrough for patients, clinicians, and healthcare costs!  Download our Executive Summary here (10/20).  Please see our 10 minute pitch deck here (10/08).  Please see our CAD diagnosis presentation here.

More Data Per Heartbeat Benefits Patient Care - See our new presentation on patient care.

PRESS RELEASE: On November 5, 2019, PhysioSign Inc. received Patent No. ZL 2015 8 0026184.1 in China on its breakthrough AI-EKG/ECG.  PhysioSign already has eight U.S. patents on this technology.

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 How It Works
PQRST Waveform
Above is the well-known PQRST ECG waveform for which Einthoven won a Nobel Prize in 1924.  Unfortunately, the PQRST waveform reveals little information about the internal structures of the heart, which is critical to disease diagnosis.

PhysioSign's breakthrough SAAH technology detects subwaveforms within the PQRST waveform enabling disease diagnosis.
SAAH waveform
Above is the SAAH ECG waveform showing subwaveforms, including subwaveforms a, b, c, d, and e within the PR Interval. 

SAAH structures

The image above shows the internal structures of the heart corresponding to the SAAH subwaveforms a, b, c, d, and e.  

Using AI, PhysioSign's AI-EKG-ECG device compares the subwaveforms of the ECG signal of a patient to its database of normal and abnormal subwaveforms gathered from more than 1 million patient and animal studies.  From this comparison, PhysioSign's AI-EKG-ECG device can now more accurately diagnose diseases like CAD noninvasively.  Please view PhysioSign's video on SAAH technology here.


What This Means

For Patients: Heart diseases like coronary artery disease will be detected sooner, testing will be more comfortable since ECG is noninvasive, and lives will be saved.

For Clinicians: Takes the guesswork out of reading the PQRST waveform, saves time, and improves patient outcomes.

For Healthcare Costs: Reduced by, at least, a factor of 10 by moving disease diagnosis from an invasive procedure to a noninvasive procedure.  


Peer Reviewed

PhysioSign's AI-EKG-ECG device has been validated in numerous peer reviewed journal articles.  See some of these papers here.


In The Clinic In China

PhysioSign has sold more than 135 AI-EKG-ECG devices and is generating even more data.  See video of ECG room and see video of PhysioSign's AI-EKG/ECG in use.  See more photos.


Intellectual Property

PhysioSign's Intellectual Property includes its one of a kind patient and animal study database, trade secrets, and patents.  Eight of PhysioSign's U.S. patents can be viewed here.


Market Opportunity

In 2017, the worldwide ECG Device Market was estimated to be $3.95 Billion in 2017 and is estimated to grow to $6.79 Billion by 2026.  The total worldwide Heart Attack Diagnostic Market is expected to exceed $15.4 Billion by 2024.  The device has been developed in stealth mode and is only offered for sale in China.  It has already generated revenue there with negotiations underway for more than $40 million in sales.  With additional investment, the market opportunity for PhysioSign's AI-EKG-ECG device globally is enormous.



PhysioSign's AI-EKG-ECG device is just the beginning of the new technology developed by the PhysioSign Team.  Above is the EPCG waveform also invented by the PhysioSign Team.  Beyond use as a clinical ECG, the technology can be used in a number of other important settings.  For example, an invasive version of the technology can be used during surgeries (e.g., during A-fib ablation) to guide the surgeon.  The technology can also be used to improve and speed development of heart drugs.  The efficacy of any new heart drug can be determined more objectively using this technology.

The goal of the company is to become the leader in EKG/ECG technology globally and to continue to advance the technology.