Electrocardiogram collecting 12 lead ECG singnal simultaneously and printing ECG waveforms with thermal printing system which featuers in recording and displaying ECG waveforms with manual or auto mode, measuring and diagnosing ECG waveformparameters automatically.
- 2.7 Inch LCD colored display, accurate and clear ECG waveform and working state display economical to save recording paper
- Sync collection for 12 lead ECG adopt digital siginal processing technology to get high quality ECG waveform svia AC filter, baseline filters and EMC filter of ECG signal
- Display of 1, 2 , 3 lead ECG print mode sensitivity paper speed and filter state etc. On one screen, convenient for contrastively diagnosing.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a 3 channel ECG machine?
A: A 3 channel ECG machine is a medical device used to record the electrical activity of the heart. It is called "3 channel" because it can record the activity from three different leads at the same time.
Q: What is the purpose of a 3 channel ECG machine?
A: The purpose of a 3 channel ECG machine is to diagnose heart problems or abnormalities by recording the electrical signals generated by the heart.
Q: How is a 3 channel ECG machine used?
A: To use a 3 channel ECG machine, the patient lies down and several small, adhesive electrodes are attached to their chest and limbs. The electrodes are connected to the machine, which then records the electrical signals generated by the heart.
Q: What are the advantages of a 3 channel ECG machine?
A: The advantage of a 3 channel ECG machine is that it can record the electrical activity of the heart from three different leads at the same time, which allows for more comprehensive and accurate analysis of the heart's function.
Q: Who can use a 3 channel ECG machine?
A: A 3 channel ECG machine can be used by any medical professional trained in interpreting ECG readings, including doctors, nurses, and technicians.
Q: How accurate are the waveforms produced by a 3 channel ECG machine?
A: The waveforms produced by a 3 channel ECG machine are generally very accurate, as long as the machine is properly calibrated and the electrodes are placed correctly on the patient's body.