SHL Telemedicine Ltd. (NASDAQ: SHLT, SIX: SHLTN;) ("SHL" or the "Company"), a leading provider and developer of advanced personal telemedicine solutions, is pleased to announce the initial results from the Mayo Clinic HELP-MI and the Imperial College London TELE-ACS trials, presented at the Vulnerable Plaque and Patient Meeting (VPM) 2023 (as previously announced).
The initial findings from both trials, which focus on the application of SHL's patented and FDA cleared SmartHeart® 12-lead ECG technology for monitoring of post-MI (heart attack) patients at home, have been nothing short of remarkable.
Key highlights from the presentation of the initial results include:
Erez Nachtomy, CEO of SHL Telemedicine, commented, "The initial results from the HELP-MI and TELE-ACS trials have surpassed our expectations. We are extremely confident in the potential of our SmartHeart® technology, and these findings further validate its efficacy in post-MI patient care. We are looking forward to the continued positive impact our technology will have on telemedicine and remote patient care."
Presentations of the trials from the VPM 2023 conference are available at:
About SHL Telemedicine
SHL Telemedicine is engaged in developing and marketing personal telemedicine systems and the provision of medical call center services, with a focus on cardiovascular and related diseases, to end users and to the healthcare community. SHL Telemedicine offers its services and personal telemedicine devices to subscribers utilizing telephonic and Internet communication technology. SHL is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (SHLTN, ISIN: IL0010855885, Security No.: 1128957) and on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange (SHLT, ISIN: US78423T2006, CUSIP: 78423T200). For more information, please visit our website at www.shl-telemedicine.com.
Some of the information contained in this press release contains forward-looking statements. Readers are cautioned that any such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and involve risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements as a result of various factors. SHL Telemedicine undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements.
1 Telemedicine group vs. control standard care group at 3 months follow-up
2 Telemedicine group compliant users vs. control group
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