Cardiac Science debuts new stress test, e-reporting system
Cardiac Science, a provider of advanced cardiac diagnosis, resuscitation, rehabilitation and informatics products, has launched its new Quinton Q-Stress 4.0, a ninth generation diagnostic stress testing technology, and  Quinton Q-Tel RMS 3.1, an electronic reporting system.

The Bothell, Wash.-based company said its new Quinton Q-Stress is designed for workflow and reporting, including HIS, EMR, email, network storage, nuclear and echo systems. Connectivity enhancements in Q-Stress 4.0 improve bi-directional communication and increase the amount of data Q-Stress can send and receive, minimizing errors and lost data. The beats can be captured and reviewed, and the entire test can be saved and sent to a desktop workstation, network, or EMR for storage and remote viewing.

The Q-Tel reduces paperwork common to cardiac rehabilitation programs and facilitates data transfer to HIS and EMR systems, Cardiac Science said. The new reports support American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation certification.