We are always happy to help. Frequently asked questions are listed below. If you want to find out more, please be in touch and we will do our best to respond in a timely manner.
Who can use eMurmur ID or eMurmur University?
Any person or organization in healthcare who either performs, teaches or is a stakeholder in auscultation.
Do I need any equipment to get started with eMurmur ID?
Our eMurmur ID app runs on a mobile device. You will need an electronic stethoscope to record the heart sounds we analyze.
Which electronic stethoscopes are supported by eMurmur ID?
Our partnering program supports most high end models currently available on the market. Contact us at email@example.com for enquiries regarding specific models and technical requirements.
Can I download eMurmur ID or eMurmur University from the app store?
eMurmur ID and eMurmur University are not currently being distributed through the app store. If you are interested in either eMurmur ID or eMurmur University please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does eMurmur ID work for heart and lung sounds?
The eMurmur analytical engine - SADIE - works for heart sounds only. All other eMurmur ID features (including recording, secure data storage and management) will function for heart and lung sounds.
Can I use eMurmur ID for electronic documentation only?
Yes. eMurmur ID will be offered in packages that can be tailored to your needs.
Is eMurmur ID secure?
Yes. At CSD Labs we take security very seriously. Please see our Security Policy for details.
Where does eMurmur ID store patient data?
All data acquired via eMurmur ID is securely stored on a HIPAA-compliant cloud server.
Can I integrate eMurmur ID data into an EHR?
Yes. eMurmur's backend was designed using the latest standards for data integration. Contact us at email@example.com for details.
Is eMurmur ID HIPAA compliant?
Yes, eMurmur ID complies with all the HIPAA security and privacy regulations.
Is eMurmur ID FDA approved?
No. eMurmur ID is an investigational device awaiting FDA approval. Contact us if you wish to join the growing list of organizations requesting early testing access to the technology.