|Cardioline ar2100view Überwachungssystem|
|Kategorie:||Medizinische und biomedizinische Geräte|
ar2100view combines optimised performance in multichannel ECG recording equipped with graphic display and A4 format print system with all the features of reliability, modularity, versatility and upgradeability that characterise the latest generation of CARDIOLINE® electrocardiographs. ar2100view is an electrocardiograph with dual power supply (mains and rechargeable internal batteries), which in the basic configuration will: record an ECG exam in automatic, manual and timed mode; real-time display of the ECG signal on the built-in graphic display in 3, 6 or 6+6 channel format; reproduces the ECG signal on 210 mm paper in various formats thanks to high resolution thermal printer: 3, 3x2, 6, 6x2, “Full Page 1” (3x4+R for 1 page), “Full Page 3” (3x4+3R for 1 page) and 12 channels; organize recordings thanks to the clock, date stamp and extended alphanumeric keyboard to manage user and patient data; store the most recent recording in automatic mode and print additional copies; set up to 4 different user profiles to tailor how the device functions to differing requirements. Thanks to the flexibility of the software used and to the infrared interface, the ar2100view can be adapted at any given moment to suit your individual requirements. The range of “options” offered is particularly generous and there are no restrictions or constraints, as the selection can be made either at the moment of purchase or later on at your clinic or surgery without having to interrupt day-to-day activity. In just a few minutes, your ar2100view can be equipped with: “memory option”: storage of up to 40 full ECG exams, with no need to print out immediately on paper (“paper saving” mode); "ECG parameters option": automatic ECG parameter measurement program; "ECG signal interpretive option": a useful and dependable diagnostic support; "arrhythmia option": a program enabling detection of arrhythmia events during continuous recording; “HRV analysis option”: a program enabling detection of variations in heart rate; “PC archive option": for saving the exam to archive stored in a personal computer running CARDIOLINE software. The data upload to the PC is made by use of the wireless “IR” interface; no direct connection to the PC is required. “PC-ECG option": for real time display of the twelve leads on your computer screen to allow management of patient medical records and archiving of exams in digital format using CARDIOLINE software. The software has an optional module for automatic interpretation of the ECG signal. “Emergency option”: allows to perform and eventually transmit, an ECG exam taken in emergency situation in completely automatic mode.
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|Cardioline -- ar2100view -- Bedienungsanleitung|
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|Datum:||16 September 2005|
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1 Introduction 1.1 How to read the manual 1.2 Information and recommendations relating to safe use 1.3 The electrocardiograph Front view Side view Parts, symbols and controls 2 Installation and initial preparation 2.1 Selecting the installation site 2.2 Loading the thermal paper 2.3 Power supply; control and management of the rechargeable battery Recharging the battery 2.4 How to switch on the electrocardiograph 2.5 How to switch off the electrocardiograph Auto power off 3 Preparation for use: the menu 3.1 How to access the menu 3.2 Structure of the menu 3.3 Menu-activated operation and customization of the electrocardiograph "Customise mode" The “ECG archive” “Settings” “Tools” 4 Preparing for an ECG recording 4.1 Connecting the patient cable 4.2 Preparing the patient and applying the electrodes 4.3 Select recording characteristics operating mode, display and print format, speed, sensitivity, filters Operating mode Display and print format Speed of recording on the display and on paper Sensitivity of recording on the display and on paper Recording filters 5 Recording of a rest ECG 5.1 Patient data entry 5.2 Recording in manual mode 5.3 Recording in automatic mode Editing a report Automatic calculation of ECG parameters Automatic ECG interpretation Copy of an automatic ECG recording ECG memory: saving a recording ECG memory: archive management Saving to Personal Computer archive 5.4 Recording in Emergency mode 5.5 Recording in ECG Autotimer mode 5.6 Recording in "PC ECG" mode 5.7 “Paper Saving” mode” 5.8 Recording in “HRV Analysis" mode 5.9 Recording in “Arrhythmia mode” 5.10 Defibrillation! 6 Management and control of electrocardiograph functionalities 6.1 Disconnected electrodes, potential defibrillation 6.2 Batteries low or in need of recharging 6.3 Print system control. Out of paper 6.4 Status messages and error indication: description and related event 6.5 Troubleshooting 7 Maintenance 7.1 Self-test 7.2 Replacing the thermal paper 7.3 How to clean the device and the electrodes 7.4 Maintenance of the display 7.5 Periodic checks Technical information 8 Technical specifications Basic accessories supplied
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