Measurement & Evaluation

Measurement

Brief guide for performing CardioSnip® measurements

Evaluation

Brief guide for performing CardioSnip® evaluations

Interpretation of the measurement results

If the traffic-light-style symbol shows green, you are most probably not susceptible to stress. If the traffic light is yellow or red, you must act. In the ideal case, the traffic light shows green. If it is yellow or red, a second measurement is recommended. If the traffic-light-style symbol is red for only one measurement of the analysis, it indicates a one-time, acute overload. If the values are within the yellow or red ranges several times, this can indicate chronic overload.

Stress indicator

Increased load
Two limit values exceeded

Minor overload
One limit value exceeded

Normal load

1st measurement

Repeat measurement after 2 - 3 weeks

No further measurement required

2nd measurement

Repeat measurement after 2 - 3 weeks

No further measurement required

3rd measurement

Discuss further procedure with a doctor

No further measurement required

Important: Choose a calm day for the 2nd and 3rd measurements.

Mental stress

Physical stress

Total stress

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Sample Analyses

We present excerpts from real sample analyses here. Each measurement is very individual from person to person. Use our service to identify yourself with a sample analysis and to follow our recommendations.

CardioSnip® does not offer advice regarding the evaluations.

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