What others say about STEMI


This is amazing. My respect for it. This ECG consultation is really helpful.

Radovan Stadther, M.D., urgentist, EMS Falck

Thank you for saving my life. I had a heart attack with cardiac arrest. I have survived resuscitation and speedy transportation to the Cardiocenter in Prešov thanks to the application STEMI. I cross my fingers for the application so it can help others.

Milan Fabrici, 38-year-old patient, Spišská Nová Ves, Slovakia

The app STEMI is working well, reliably. It is possible to use it in real clinical practice. I see a few variants how the app can be used over time.

Testing of app STEMI

Rasto Kucinsky M.D., interventional cardiologist, Klamath Heart Clinic, OR , USA

STROKE module represents a clear benefit for a patient with suspected stroke. It urgently mobilizes all the necessary parts of anamnestic, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures while benefiting the patient. It minimizes the ischemic time which is a key to the extend, character and reversibility of the damage to the brain tissue.

PhDr. Valéria Horóckyová, a paramedic, Košice Emergency

We have been using STEMI since 2017 and in comparison with the ECG telemetry, the effect is excellent. App STEMI enables immediate picture and voice communication with a cardiologist in a Heart Center who can see where the ambulance is located at that moment and can see the ETA. While waiting on the response, the EMS staff can prepare the patient. App STEMI significantly helps paramedics in the myocardial infarction diagnostics. We have seen an increase in direct transportation from the field to the Heart Center and an elimination of stops "in between" at local hospitals for the purpose of myocardial infarction diagnostics. The ECG - PCI interval has been shortened and consequently the total ischemic time, too

MUDr. Táňa Bulíková, PhD., the president of Slovak Society of Urgent Medicine and Disasters Medicine

It is a great benefit. The shortening of the time intervals has been proven by the statistics and thus the benefit for the patient is clear. As an interventional cardiologist I also appreciate the fact that since the ECG diagnosis is confirmed remotely by our specialist on call, it does not happen that they would call me at night to come to the case in vain, if the STEMI diagnosis would have been established wrongly.

Doc. MUDr. Martin Studenčan, PhD. Head of Cardiological Clinic, Cardio Center of the Teaching Hospital, Presov, Slovakia

We are not professional cardiologists. Cardiology expert is able to evaluate the patient better. The application really helps us.

Lubica Bajerovska, M.D., Head Physician, Košice Emergency, Slovakia

The application STEMI is perfect. It helps us really much. It means assurance for us and definitely a benefit for patients.

Katarina Cepigova, paramedic

We have tested the app in the region of Prešov and I have to say that it has made our work easier. It concerns mainly ECG, where it is not clear whether it is STEMI or not and ECG record is not that easily readable.

František Majerský, the head of the Slovak Chamber of Paramedics



App STEMI helps decrease the treatment times in stroke cases

15.6.2018, Nový Čas

The Slovak minister of health Drucker wants to decrease the number of avoidable deaths, a mobile app will help him - HN Slovensko

19.12.2018, HN

EMS staff can consult the state of a patient through a mobile app - SME


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Forbes set Martin Studencan and STEMI between top 30 talents with age under 30.


Interview with cardiologist Dr. Studencan


A new app has been developed by the head of the Cardiac Clinic of Prešov Hospital - Martin Studenčan M.D. with the cooperation of the Wolftown agency. The app is called STEMI and it is helping paramedics and doctors make the treatment of patients with myocardial infarction faster...


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The press conference of Slovak minister of health Tomáš Drucker about decreasing the number of avoidable deaths - using the mobile app STEMI all over Slovakia


An EMS app - TV Markíza News


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The mobile app that can help in decreasing the number of avoidable deaths - TA3 News


STEMI won the Startup Awards 2016 in the category of Society.


Startup Awards 2016 - TV broadcast of the whole event


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