Schiller India, a subsidiary of Schiller AG of Switzerland and India's leading medical diagnostics company, has launched CARDIOVIT FT-1, the ultra-portable next-generation ECG device. It weighs around one kilogram and has a higher sampling rate than any other ECG machine in the world. The 8-inch high-resolution multi-touch screen can be operated with a simple swipe gesture and easy 1-2-3 steps. The completely flat and closed surface of the device is very easy to clean and is highly hygienic.

Always Connected

Bidirectional communication allows for easy data access, while Wi-Fi as a standard feature enables the direct and fast transmission of ECG reports to an EMR system. Easy Wi-Fi connectivity, combined with ECG preview on a large display, supports paperless workflow and cost saving.

Highly Accurate Diagnoses

Schiller's most advanced algorithms are implemented in the CARDIOVIT FT-1.

"With the launch of CARDIOVIT FT-1, Schiller aims to target the modern customers who value state-of-the art technology and the convenience of a touch screen tablet. It offers both power and flexibility of a PC in a portable ECG. Features such as bidirectional Wi-Fi communication and Culprit Coronary Artery Algorithm to localize the coronary occlusion makes it a unique offering."

V. Balakrishnan,


Sr. Vice President,
Schiller Healthcare India Pvt. Ltd.

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The anatomical hook-up adviser helps to place the electrodes correctly with zoom-in and rotate functions for optimal view and supplies a color-coded lead quality check. In case of lead reversal, warnings for limb or chest leads are immediately displayed before ECG acquisition.

For users, who value state-of-the art technology:

  • Power and flexibility of a PC in a portable ECG
  • Bidirectional Wi-Fi communication
  • Culprit coronary artery algorithm


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