March 1, 2017

HealthWatch and Christian Mission College (CMC), Vellore, Tamil Nadu has come together to study the heart rhythm of stoke patients.

Chennai / 1st March 2017

HealthWatch has kicked off with its External Cardiac Recorder (ECR) myPatch Heart Rhythm Monitoring services with Christian Mission College (CMC), Vellore today.  HealthWatch announced that HealthWatch myPatch ECR services would be available at CMC for a clinical research to monitor the heart rhythm of stoke patients, HealthWatch would be working closely with the cardiology and neurology departments of CMC to make this significate study a success.

HealthWatch TeleDiagnostics Pvt. Limited, a unit of CHC Healthcare – a leading international healthcare company serving the humanity since 2005 in India. A passionate healthcare enthusiast with an ambition of being a trusted and ethical global leader in the International Healthcare KPO Services, 24/7 Heart Rhythm Monitoring & Interpretation Services and in home care diagnostics. HealthWatch cater to about 10,000 cardiac patients globally on daily basis over 20,000 hours of ECG interpretation every day. HealthWatch myPatch service is available in 35 Indian cities through its strong dealer network and it serves to all the major Cardiac specialty hospitals in the country.

Christian Mission College (CMC) Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India. Is one of the most respected medical destinations in India and internationally. It is also one of the top-ranked medical colleges in India. Founded in 1900 by an American missionary, Dr Ida S. Scudder, CMC has brought many significant achievements to India, including starting the first College of Nursing in 1946, performing the first reconstructive surgery for leprosy in the world (1948), performing the first successful open heart surgery in India (1961), performing the first kidney transplant in India (1971), performing first bone marrow transplantation (1986) in India and performing the first successful ABO incompatible kidney transplant in India (2009).

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