TORONTO - Shares in CardioComm Solutions Inc. (TSXV:EKG) more than doubled Tuesday after the company said it has cleared an ISO audit.
The stock was up 27 cents at 41.5 cents in trading on the TSX Venture Exchange as more than 20 million shares swapped hands.
The audit was for the manufacture and distribution of health management software systems and distribution of health monitoring devices.
The company said the audit found the management review, resource planning processes and corrective action loops were "very well implemented" and that the design and development process was "fully implemented and very well documented."
CardioComm said it was now preparing for a move into the consumer medical market.
The company makes and sells cardiac monitoring equipment and software.
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