Faraday Analytical Cloud
Software to Visualize the Heart's Magnetic Field
Faraday Analytical Cloud™ is the HIPAA-Compliant technology platform that manages the end to end data workflow for the CardioFlux Magnetocardiograph™ (MCG). Physicians are able to view functional images of the heart’s electromagnetic activity within minutes of completion of a CardioFlux MCG scan. Faraday integrates with both clinical and administrative systems to accept scan orders from physicians and deliver results directly into each hospital’s workflow.
After a successful scan from the CardioFlux™ MCG, the data is sent to and processed in the Faraday Analytical Cloud™. A full report containing a dynamic magnetic field map will be generated and available to the ordering physician within minutes. The physician can view the report by logging into the Faraday physician portal. We hope to empower hospitals to more efficiently triage patients coming into the ER with chest pain by delivering rapid results right to the doctors that need them.
Magnetic Field Maps (MFMs)
The magnetic field map illustrates the heart’s magnetic field propagation during depolarization and repolarization during cardiac contraction and relaxation. Faraday Analytical Cloud generates these functional images, delivers them to the ordering doctor, and displays them in a secure online portal for physician review. MFMs, unique to magnetocardiography, have been shown to be superior to ECGs in some cases, as it can present familiar cardiac information in a specific way.¹
Faraday Analytical Cloud’s web microservices architecture allow for seamless integration with CardioFlux and other similar devices. The vertical integration of device, software, and hospital workflow allow for rapid processing of patient data and results that can be distributed anywhere. This leads to better patient care and outcomes while simultaneously reducing payer and provider costs.
1 Fiona E. Smith, Philip Langley, Peter van Leeuwen, Birgit Hailer, Lutz Trahms, Uwe Steinhoff, John P. Bourke, Alan Murray, Comparison of magnetocardiography and electrocardiography: a study of automatic measurement of dispersion of ventricular repolarization, EP Europace, Volume 8, Issue 10, October 2006, Pages 887–893.