New capabilities in cardiovascular diagnostics!


Use our original single lead ECG system, and in a few minutes you’ll obtain with NON-INVASIVE TECHNOLOGY most precise data as follows:

  • all interpretable hemodynamic parameters used as markers indicating all possible deviations of the heart performance, if any, which cannot be identified or recognized with any other existing devices (first in the world!);
  • at the same time, delivered are data on acid-alkaline balance status of the heart (including blood glucose level) (first in the world!);
  • sudden cardiac death markers that may revealed in the heart performance according this technology. (first in the world!);
  • Our device CARDIOCODE delivers all data in every heart cycle in most precise and accurate way!
  • Unique capability of tracing and controlling every effect on the heart produced by drugs or caused by other sources!
  • The device offers a lot of advantages: it is portable, easy in use, highly cost effective and unique in maintaining your health!

Just one fact to be mentioned: the use of the CARDIOCODE device in one of the hospitals in Russia within 6 month period resulted in significant reduction of mortality rate due to cardiovascular diseases by 80%.

It’s really a great step towards developing new qualitative and quantitative capabilities of electrocardiography!

Method of diagnostics

Only a single channel is used to record at the same time two curves, i.e., an ECG and a Rheo, from the ascending aorta.
This method makes it possible not only to measure 7 basic volumes of blood in every heart cycle phase, but also evaluate 12 functions of the cardiovascular system performance, so that, based on ANALYTICAL interpretation of the produced data, the relevant cause-effect relations are identified, and decisive pathological factors and their manifestations as a compensation mechanism, maintaining the proper hemodynamics in some phases are discovered, if any. This innovative method allows identifying actual margins in the operation of the cardiovascular system.

Parts of heart considered by diagnostics; heart anatomy pre-determination. Slide-supported lecture in phase analysis theory.

Of great importance is the scheme of location of the electrodes used for recording the relevant signals. The main factor in our case is a single channel lead to record signals from the aorta. The first electrode is placed within the area of the ascending aorta, at the top edge of the thorax. The second electrode is located on the median front line at the apex of the heart, at the bottom edge of the thorax. Two electrodes to pick up high-frequency signals from the rheograph are located in the neighborhood of the ECG electrodes. The passive electrode is fixed onto the abdomen surface area in the neighborhood of the Rheo electrode.

Why to apply this scheme?

This electrode location scheme for recording ECG signals has been developed on the basis of a great number of tests which have demonstrated that only the fix points proposed by us are the most suitable to deliver the relevant data on the phases of the aortic valve tension and opening, captured in our ECG version in full. And in this case, it is very important to locate the high-frequency signal electrodes near to the ECG electrodes, since the ECG electrodes are used to deliver the relevant signals for simultaneous recording an ECG and Rheo. In order to calculate hemodynamic parameters according to the equations by Poyedintsev – Voronova, it is essential and quite sufficient to measure durations of the respective heart cycle phases. By substituting the actual values of the durations into the above equations, we obtain the actual volumes of blood in every heart cycle phase.The actual functional status of the heart and large blood vessels is analyzed according to an ECG signal amplitude and actual Rheo signal shape in every phase of the heart cycle under analysis.

Parameters considered by diagnostics

Cardiocode is designed to measure volumes of blood entering the heart during the myocardium relaxation and ventricle filling, and volumes of blood leaving the heart during the valve opening and aorta expanding, based on the fact, that the said volumes of blood circulate throughout the blood vessel system and provide transportation of blood corpuscles.

The measured parameters are as follows:

  • SV – stroke volume, ml;
  • MV – minute volume, l;
  • PV1 – volume of blood entering ventricle in premature diastole, characterizing the suction function of the ventricle, ml;
  • PV2 - volume of blood entering the left ventricle in atrial systole phase, characterizing the contraction function of the atrium, ml;
  • PV3 – volume of blood ejected by the left ventricle in rapid ejection phase, ml;
  • PV4 - volume of blood ejected by the left ventricle in slow ejection phase, ml;
  • PV5 – volume of blood (a share of SV) pumped by ascending aorta as peristaltic pump, characterizing the actual tonus of aorta, ml.

In addition, the following functions are evaluated qualitatively:

  • function of arteric valve
  • elasticity of aorta
  • expanding of ascending aorta
  • narrowing of aorta mouth
  • coronary flow status
  • contraction function of myocardium and septum
  • stenosis of large arteries available/not available
  • peculiarities of aortic valve anatomy
  • actual status of venous flow
  • if pre-stroke conditions available/not available
  • synchronization in operation of greater and lesser circulation systems

And how to calculate the hemodynamic parameters?

Possible to calculate the basic hemodynamic parameters using an ECG version recorded according to the single lead scheme. It can be made with our Cardiocode only. The single-lead ECG recording from the aorta produces the most informative curve. Upon recording of the ECG curve, the signal-related data are processed by our proprietary software used to calculate automatically the actual duration of every one of ten phases in every heart cycle recorded.

< p>The actual duration of every phase in the heart cycle is an argument in the respective equation for calculations of the hemodynamic parameters. Using these equations, produced are the actual values of all hemodynamic parameters as listed above.

Screen shot for Cardiocode operation Title “Analysis” Calculation of hemodynamic parameters is carried out automatically thereunder.


Cardiometry is a fundamentally new science which is based on metrology. Whereas medicine is usually defined as one of the humanities being relied rather on empirical experience, now it becomes possible to convert it at least partially to natural sciences by applying metrological principles. Any measuring means a tracing of the result of a measurement to a primary or reference standard, and the definition “reference standard” rests exclusively on Laws of Nature. Medical science does not utilize reference standards. So far, all attempts to create a theoretical or practical model of an organ of the human body to simulate at least its main performance have failed. A great many data and details should be considered for developing of such models, and first of all it refers to the fact that the performance pattern of every organ is an integral part of the complex performance of the entire body system.

In this respect, cardiology is no exception. A perfect artificial heart remains a dream. There is no theoretical consensus on even how our heart operates. The conventional theory of hemodynamics utilizes primitive terms and definitions only that cannot explain why our blood flows. According to the generally accepted concepts of hemodynamics, our normal blood pressure would be about 3 atmospheres. Or another issue: why does our blood flow from the aorta to peripheral blood vessels, whereas the blood pressure in the aorta is lower than that in the periphery? Why does the heart complete its three-phase shape changing? As the nature optimization method says, the nature always finds the best way to reach a goal! Therefore, it’s a reason for us to speak about cardiometry.

 It should be noted that cardiometry is not a very sophisticated science. Cardometry always means logical groundwork. It can be easily mastered by every practicing doctor and offers the greatest capabilities of detecting any changes in the cardiovascular system of a patient in a very fast, easy and precise manner.

The foundation of this new science is our innovative mathematical model of hemodynamics. It has been tested and validated in every respect, so that we can speak today about its successful application case: it is our unique CARDIOCODE.
Before to start with CARDIOCODE, we recommend you to read a Chapter from our Book “The Cardiovascular System”. This should be an introduction to cardiometry. For better understanding, you should also refer to other literature sources given below.
The only prerequisite to proper understanding of cardiometry is your own facility with using cause-and-effect relationship analysis. It is not a problem for engineering school graduates at all, because it is an integral part of their education. Unfortunately, that is not always the case with most MD grads and other health professionals. Swotting up in medicine is often a good idea, but we think nowadays it is more important to acquire some analytical skills required in analyzing of various data and results.
Please, consider all the things without prejudice: you only need to learn more by visiting our site. We are sure your competence will be new expanded by a new knowledge of understanding how the cardiovascular system works.