Tele ECG Machine
The tool to see electrical activity of the heart...
ET-U12 (Tele ECG Machine)

Simultaneous 12 Lead Acquisition Tele ECG System

Tele ECG Machine View
Hospitronics Device Specifications
LCD Type : TFT
Plotting Scale : 25mm/sec, 10mm/mv
Resolution : 1024 x 600 Pixels
Dimensions (L*W*D) : 275 x 130 x 25 (in mm)
Filters : 0.05Hz-100Hz
Data Capture : Min 10sec & Max upto 60s with the interval of 10sec
Communication : UART Communication
Brand : Hospitronics
Device Features
Small and handheld ECG acquisition Unit
Powerful measurement and analysis functions
Simultaneous 12 ECG channels
10 Lead Patient Cable Connectivity
Data analysis Parameter
Durations : P, Q, QRS, QT, QTc
Intervals : PR, RR
Axis : P, QRS, T
How is the ECG performed?

You will lie on an examination table and 10 electrodes (or leads) are attached to your arms, legs, and chest. The electrodes detect the electrical impulses generated by the heart and transmit them to the ECG machine. The ECG machine produces a 12 leads graph (the ECG tracing) of those cardiac electrical impulses. The electrodes are then removed. The test takes less than 5 minutes to perform.

There are three main types of ecg:

Resting ECG – if your doctor is interests in how your heart is working while you are at rest, you will be asked to lie down and relax while the heartbeat is being recorded.
Exercise ECG – your doctor may be interested in how your heart reacts to activity and you will be asked to walk or run on a treadmill or cycle on an exercise bike while your heartbeat is recorded.
24-hour ECG – sometimes it can be helpful to monitor your heartbeat throughout the day, in which case you will be asked to wear a small electrocardiograph machine. The recordings from the machine are then read by your doctor when you return the machine.