The smart way to listen to a heart.

SensiCardiac allows you to save, view, share and diagnose heart sounds with ease.

Record. Analyze. Diagnose.

SensiCardiac is designed to work with electronic stethoscopes. First a recording is made with the stethoscope. This recording is analyzed using our cloud-based algorithm. This interprets the sound and determines if a murmur is present. After this a diagnosis is sent to the user. The healthcare professional can then use this result to assist in diagnosing their patient. It's that simple.


A database of heart sounds at your finger tips.

This smart technology allows you to connect your patients' heart sounds to a database that is always available. It will not only diagnose a murmur but is able to classify a dangerous pathological murmur (Class I) and an innocent physiological murmur (Class III). You can select any part of the sound, and listen to it again, at any time. You have complete control of the sound that you are working with. The program even reports heart rate at each of the 4 auscultation positions, relative energy distributions, and the complete heart murmur diagnosis. This report can be exported to your EHR system, be printed and given to your patient, or used in follow up examinations.



Every heart sound recording is compared against the world's largest validated heart sound database to determine if it's innocent or pathological. This gives you an objective opinion about what you are hearing.

Instantly detect and classify murmurs.

Enables you to perform cardiac assessments.

Instant 2nd opinion.

Extracts heart sound parameters.

Integrate auscultation records into an EHR.

Visualize heart sounds.

Access to heart sounds from anywhere in the world.

Share sounds with anyone. 

Cost effective and scalable.


Class I: When a Class I murmur is detected, the patient is recommended to go for an echocardiogram. Echocardiography is recommended for asymptomatic patients with diastolic murmurs, continuous murmurs, holosystolic murmurs, late systolic murmurs, murmurs associated with ejection clicks, or murmurs that radiate to the neck or back - all of which will be identified by SensiCardiac.

Class III: An echocardiogram is not recommended for patients who have a grade 2 or softer midsystolic murmur identified as innocent or functional by an experienced observer. SensiCardiac will help you classify which type of murmur you might have heard, or missed. 

Simpler is smarter.

SensiCardiac allows you to:

Record data.

Analyze data. 

View recordings. 

View single heart beats.

Display analyzed beats.

Display S1 and S2 positions.

Create patient records.

Edit patient data. 

View patient data. 

Upload to or search your personal heart sound database.

Play back any heart sound.

Export data or heart sound.

Send a heart sound to a cardiologist's inbox in a second.


Caution: Federal law restricts these devices to sale by, or on the order of, a physician.

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