A new-generation 3-channel ECG recorder that comes with the advanced Glasgow ECG Interpretation algorithm, Cardiart GenX3 gives you the choice to select the darkness of the trace, has soft color-coded silicone function keys for one-touch operation and PC Interface for real-time data transfer & data management - all combined inside a compact, easy-to-use ECG device.
Three-channel ECG recording with trace darkness control
Internal storage of upto 250 ECGs that can be enlarged by USB
Rechargeable Li battery for energy-efficient operation
Connectivity: supports USB printer, optional FTP, export selected record(s) in HL7 format
Optional: Real-time ECG transfer to PC through USB
Alphanumeric keypad with soft touch offers convenient patient data and hospital information entry. Dedicated keys are available for ease of operation
Color TFT Display
GenX3 comes equipped with a wide 4.3 inch 65K color TFT display to observe 12-lead real time ECG waveforms.
GenX3 is ergonomically built with built-in power supply and is easy-to-carry with the integral handle making it sturdy and portable.
GenX3 comes with color coded silicone function keys for soft and one-touch operation.
Advanced interpretation module
Based on Glasgow algorithm, GenX3 interprets ECGs based on age, gender and race. Acknowledged as being one of the best interpretation algorithm in the world, Glasgow algorithm is tested across all major ethnic groups and has clinical applications across populations.
The interpretation report comes as a short and detailed version. It also shows the comprehensive analysis along with the medians.
Cardiart 9108D is a compact 12-Channel ECG recorder that comes with advanced Glasgow ECG interpretation algorithm - one of the world's leading resting ECG interpretation. It has a large high-resolution color touch screen and supports external USB printer and multi-format reports export. Experience fast, accurate and simple ECG process & an improved diagnosis.
12-channel ECG recording
7-inch high resolution color LCD with touch screen option