The Cardio7 is a reliable, interpretive touch screen electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) machine. It features a large 7” TFT LCD touch screen with WiFi. Supports USB flash drive, a QWERTY keyboard, JPEG/PDF file format, one channel long-term recording, and storage of up to 200 ECGs. It stores and shows the recent 5-minute full channel ECG in order to print out the missed abnormal ECG waveforms. It prints in multiple formats, including 12, 6 and 3 channel reports. Can be connected to PACS server through DICOM 3.0 and send ECGs to the server.
Cardio7 stands out for its advanced technology, high functionality, ease of use, and an unbeatable price/performance ratio.
Maximized Ease of Use
Cardio7 combines menu-guided touch screen technology with a convenient rotary key and buttons to maximize ease of use. USB barcode reader and keyboard can be attached through USB ports.
Built-In Memory and Supports USB Flash Drive
Store up to 200 ECGs in internal flash memory. Saved ECGs can be converted to various standard file formats: JPG, PDF, XML, MFER, and DCM, and exported to external USB flash drive.
Clinically Important Simultaneous 12 Lead Acquisition
Cardio7 acquires 10 full seconds of ECG data simultaneously from 10 leads to produce an accurate 12 channel printout with analysis in less than 60 seconds.
Full Disclosure Function
Cardio7 stores and shows the recent 5-minute full channel ECG in order to print out the missed abnormal ECG waveforms.
The ECG printout offers detailed interpretation information in text/guide/vector report formats to aid in diagnosis. Provides 12 channel, 6 channel + 1 rhythm, 3 channel + 1 rhythm, and 3 channel + 3 rhythm reports. Supports pediatric interpretation.
Long-Term Recording & Automatic Arrhythmia Detection
Cardio7 provides one channel long-term recording like 1, 3, 5, 10 minute with arrhythmia detection and HRV (Heart Rate Variability) analysis.
A4 Full Size Paper
Cardio7 produces full size A4 printouts in 1, 3, 6, and 12 channel formats. Full size printouts improve readability and make it easier for filing in the patient chart.