At Portea, we provide the ECG 3 Channel-6208 View for both rental and purchase. This equipment is perfect for heart monitoring, post-operative care, hospital bed usage, and rehabilitation purposes. It is designed ergonomically and boasts a large LCD with a patient data entry feature, ensuring user-friendly operation. The built-in rechargeable battery guarantees uninterrupted usage. Rely on the reputable BPL brand for superior ECG channel equipment. Rent or buy our ECG-3 Channel-6208 View to monitor heart health and offer crucial care and support to patients in the comfort of their homes.
An ECG 3 can help detect Arrhythmias, coronary heart diseases, Heart attacks, Cardiomyopathy.
The audience for ECG-3 are across specialities like Pulmonologist, ENT, Critical Care, and Neurologist.
Some of the top features of the ECG-3 are:
|Lead||Standard 12 leads|
|Display||Wide screen display|
|External input||100k Ohm, sensitivity 10mm/V +/-5%|
|External output||100 Ohm, sensitivity 1V/mV +/-5%|
|Acquisition mode||Simultaneous 12 lead acquisition|
|Input voltage range||+/- 5mVp-p|
|Power supply||100-240 VAC, 50Hz/ 60Hz, 70VAC|
|Battery||Built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery, 14.4V for 3 hours of continuous operation.|
A 3-channel ECG machine simultaneously prints three waveforms or channels. The microprocessor amplifies, filters, and directs the ECG signals to a 3-channel multiplexer in these machines. This device then processes and displays the electrical signals from the patient’s heart on the ECG recording. This type of ECG 3 machine offers a more comprehensive view of the heart’s electrical activity compared to single-channel devices, aiding in diagnosing various heart conditions and abnormalities.
The distinction between a 3-channel and a 6-channel ECG lies in how the signals from the 12 leads are processed. In a 3-channel ECG, the microprocessor groups the signals into four groups of three and processes them. Conversely, a 6-channel ECG groups the signals into two groups.
On the other hand, a 12-channel ECG processes all 12 leads simultaneously. Consequently, higher-channel ECG devices offer faster recording capabilities, enabling more efficient and comprehensive monitoring of the patient’s heart health and providing valuable insights to healthcare professionals for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
During an ECG, 12 sensors (electrodes) are placed on the chest and limbs. These electrodes are adhesive patches with wires that connect to a monitor. They capture the electrical signals responsible for heart contractions. The recorded signals are transmitted to a computer, which displays them as waves on a monitor or prints them on paper. This graphical representation helps healthcare professionals analyze the heart’s electrical activity, aiding in the diagnosis and treatment of various heart conditions.
Typical ECG values for waves and intervals are as follows: RR interval (the time between two consecutive R waves): 0.6-1.2 seconds. P wave duration: 80 milliseconds. PR interval (the time from the beginning of the P wave to the beginning of the QRS complex): 120-200 milliseconds. These values provide a baseline for evaluating the heart’s electrical activity and help identify any abnormalities that may indicate cardiac issues or irregularities.
The three main components of an ECG are the P wave, QRS complex, and ST segment. The P wave represents electrical activity in the upper heart chambers (atria). The QRS complex reflects electrical impulses moving through the lower heart chambers (ventricles). The ST segment indicates ventricular contraction with no electricity flow. These components provide valuable information about the heart’s electrical activity, helping healthcare professionals diagnose various heart conditions and abnormalities.
You can acquire 3 Channel ECG in Bangalore, 3 Channel ECG in Delhi, 3 Channel ECG in Mumbai, 3 Channel ECG in Hyderabad, and other major cities in India. Opt to rent or purchase 3 Channel ECG online from Contec, BPL, Philips via Portea Medical Equipment, and it will be shipped to your doorstep.
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