October 05, 2005
Educational seminar to be held November 8th and 9th for sponsors and central laboratories in Chicago, Illinois
Today Mortara Instrument, Inc. announced a seminar dedicated to providing both the sponsor and ECG central laboratory communities with a complete understanding of The E-Scribe ECG Warehouse, which was unveiled September 30th in Rockville, Maryland at a joint presentation with the FDA.
Randy Spaulding, VP of Clinical Research for Mortara Instrument commented, “We received such an overwhelming response following our meeting on September 30th with the FDA, it was clear that we needed to get more information into people’s hands. This powerful tool set fundamentally changes the way Cardiac Safety ECG’s can be reviewed and scored, both pre- and post-submission to the FDA. Learn how in this informative, hands-on seminar complete with live demonstrations, personalized Q&A sessions, and customer testimonials. From site to submission, the E-Scribe ECG Warehouse will benefit all involved in the important business of Cardiac Safety studies.”
This educational meeting, which will be conducted in two separate sessions, one dedicated to the needs of sponsors on November 8th and one for ECG central laboratories on November 9th, will be held in Chicago at no charge to participants.
HL7 Validator Module - Is your data ready for digital submission?
Web Based Review Toolset – The Independent Solution for Study Quality Assessment
Study Statistics and Performance Metrics – How well are your ECG Vendors Performing?
Long Term Digital ECG Archival - Accelerated investigation of improved biomarkers
Additional information about the E-Scribe ECG Warehouse Seminar can be obtained by requesting information at email@example.com
Mortara Instrument headquarters are located in Milwaukee, Wis., with European operations based in Bologna, Italy . Mortara is distinguished in the field of non-invasive cardiology innovations that are the core of its complete line of ECG products including electrocardiographs, stress exercise systems, Holter systems, data warehousing solutions, and cardiology monitoring systems. The company website is www.mortara.com.