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Validation Studies | An Interview with Joschka Wohlgemuth

Joschka Wohlgemuth, head of data science and signal processing, and the entire R&D team at Piavita worked hard gathering, testing, and analyzing data to ultimately publish five validation studies around the Piavet System’s ECG, body temperature, and activity measurements, as well as a measurement protocol experiment for respiration rate. Doing validation studies is obviously important, …

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Equine Cardiac Arrhythmias & Remote ECG Monitoring

Horses—sport horse breeds in particular—have large hearts built for demanding physical exertion and stamina. However, cardiac arrhythmias are still extremely common. And although horses will typically present for a cardiovascular workup on the basis of “poor performance,” the cause and treatment can vary widely depending on the underlying etiology and type of arrhythmia. While some arrhythmias are …

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Post-Surgical Monitoring with the Piavet System!

The recovery process with equine patients can often prove just as critical as the surgical procedure. Piavita strives to keep the veterinary care team safer & provide efficient, reliable monitoring of the equine vitals – ECG, heart rate, body core temperature, respiratory rate, patient activity & much more! With the innovative introduction of the Piavet …

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User Story: Oakham Veterinary Hospital – Enhancing critical care

Text by Björn Anders, Manager of Piavita Germany Piavita starts a collaboration with Oakham Veterinary Hospital – Enhancing critical care. Dr. Adam Redpath of the University of Nottingham and Oakham Veterinary Hospital has developed an exciting collaboration with Piavita AG to enhance the post-operative monitoring of horses in the hospital’s newly equipped Critical Care Unit. The Piavet system provides …

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