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From patient arrival to departure, appointments for an MCG scan using CardioFlux MCG typically require just 10-15 minutes for the entire patient visit.
To learn more about the CardioFlux experience from a patient’s perspective, check out this 2 minute video walkthrough which we currently share with research trial participants today: https://vimeo.com/667313549.
CardioFlux MCG requires empty floorspace of roughly 12 ft. x 26 ft and access to a single standard wall outlet. Transparently, floorspace is typically the only remotely difficult requirement, as there are no unique HVAC, electrical, or magnetic shielding requirements.
Learning how to interpret Magnetic Field Maps (or MFMs) requires less than a day of training and physicians are typically certified within a week of expressing interest. Our automatically generated parameters, designed in a way to be familiar to those with imaging experience, make interpretation simple. To learn more, watch this introduction to basic MFM interpretation by Robert Sokolowski, VP of Clinical, Quality and Regulatory Affairs at Genetesis.
Yes. In our experience, a large majority of patients who mention their claustrophobia (most of whom have had negative experiences with MRI) find themselves able to receive a CardioFlux MCG scan without the need for medication.
Patient surveys point out 3 unique features of CardioFlux MCG which make the experience comparatively easy compared to other modalities:
1. The scan itself is very short (requiring a patient to spend no more than 90-180 seconds inside the device)
2. The scan does not require any moving parts and produces no noise (so a technician may speak with and hear from a patient at all times)
3. Operators are not required to leave the room during a scan and are instead asked to stay by the side of the device for the entire process