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ECG or EKG stands for electrocardiogram. An ECG monitor measures and records your heart rate and rhythm, and displays this information in a wave-like pattern. Many ECG monitors are available for at-home use.
Some devices have specific applications. For example, some are made to be wearable or portable. Several models also have connectivity features that can allow you to view your results from a smartphone or share them with a healthcare professional. All of them have at least some type of data recording function.
Clinical or hospital-grade ECG monitors have leads, wires, and devices called electrodes. A healthcare professional will tape the electrodes to different parts of your body to measure your heart rhythm.
Some personal-use ECG devices have built-in screens so you can see your heart rhythm on the monitor. Other devices connect to a smartphone or computer application where you can record, view, store, and share your ECG readings.
Compact personal-use ECG devices begin at about $50 and go up to $300 or more depending on the brand and model. Clinical and hospital-grade ECG monitors typically begin at around $200 and can go up to several thousand dollars each.
Sinus rhythm is the normal reading you should see on an ECG. With this reading, the waves on the ECG are equal in size and shape, predictable, and regular. With normal sinus rhythm, your heart rate should be between 60 and 100 beats per minute.
A home or personal-use ECG can be a helpful tool if you have a condition that might affect your heart rate and rhythm. If your device notifies you of an irregular heart rhythm, let your doctor know immediately.
A personal-use ECG monitor will not be as accurate as a clinical or hospital-grade ECG machine. These machines are meant to enhance the information your doctor can use to manage your condition, but they are not a replacement for regular medical care.
EKG Machines are crucial for cardiologists to accurately identify heart abnormalities. Browse our selection of electrocardiogram machines from brands including Welch Allyn, Midmark, and GE Healthcare. Our inventory includes PC-Based machines, touchscreens, and resting systems.
Designed with your workflow in mind, the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite includes ECG and spirometry capabilities to help you shorten the path to diagnosis. Built with a flexible platform allowing for critical dual or standalone ECG/EKG diagnostics and/or spirometry exams launched directly from your EMR.
Designed to meet the demands of high-volume ECG environments in both acute care and physician office environments. The widescreen data layout allows for easy menu navigation, fast entry of patient information, and clear verification of proper electrode connections while providing comprehensive functionality in a portable, touchscreen device.
Whether you're using a paper chart, scanning ECG reports, or otherwise connected to an EMR, the IQecg is designed to improve workflow with seamless access to the patients' chart, reducing manual entry and risk of transcription errors. Features improved screen layouts, color scheme, large ECG display area, and familiar editing tools.
Our state-of-the-art EKG/ECG machines make monitoring and evaluating your patient's cardiovascular health simple and efficient. Our machines allow health care facilities to observe your patient's pulse through easy to interpret readouts. Whether you're evaluating chest pain, irregular heartbeats, pacemakers, or heart health after a heart attack, let Henry Schein Medical be your go to source.
Our team of equipment specialist are here to answer any questions you may have about our EKG/ECG machines and equipment from Welch Allyn, Midmark, and GE Healthcare. Once you've found the equipment that fits the needs of your medical facility, our white glove service will monitor each touchpoint, from ordering to delivery.
AliveCor will issue you a full refund on your purchase if you contact us within 30 days of delivery. To request a refund, contact AliveCor Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or (855) 338-8800. We will issue you an RMA number to include when you ship your device back to us and will process your refund upon receipt of your device.
If your device has stopped working and is still under warranty please contact us for troubleshooting assistance. If we find that your device is in fact defective while within the warranty period we will issue a replacement upon receipt of the faulty device.
Once an order is placed, our automated system gets right to work. Your information is sent to our fulfillment partner that will pick, and pack your EKGraph same day if order is received by 2pm EST. Our software will automatically select the shipping method and carrier, depending on your location and select a service that will ensure your EKGraph will arrive to you in 2 days or less.
Powering on and setting up the EKGraph will take you less than 3 minutes. You will have a quick start guide located right on the packaging to help you with the start up process. You can also visit SonoHealth.org/QuickStart/ for an in-depth guide.
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