Dimetek Micro Ambulatory ECG Recorder ( Model DiCare m1CP)( software+lead cable+ electrodes+card reader)
Palm size, light weight, and quick start; easy to use anytime, anywhere,and in any movement.
Multiple operation modes are preset to meet various needs for cardiac recording and monitoring ( Quick, Holter, Event. Monitor)
Professional software provided for ECG data viewing, managing, and printing that helps illness progress follow-up
Low power consumption and mass data storage support as long as 32 hours continuous recording
Micro Ambulatory ECG Recorder
2 GB memory card with card reader supplied transmitting data to PC
1 lead wire and 10 electrode pads
ECG Viewer software installed in the TF card( Windows compatible)
Free movement carrying case
The DiCare m1C Micro Ambulatory ECG Recorder( CE approved) is a portable, easy to use device designed to monitor heart condition outside hospital. The greatest feature of this device is its realization of continuous dynamic ECG recording in free movement, the data is reliable and meet medical standards.
Multiple modes available:
Quick mode: Prompt capture of ECG information in sudden cardiac events. (Less than one minute;skin and touch pad connection)
Holter mode: 24 hours ECG recording in free movements. (lead cable electrode connection)
Event mode: Marks can be made when users not feeling well, and the marks will be shown on the ECG waveform. ( lead cable electrode connection)
Monitor mode: 32 hours ECG recording; light and sound alarms in abnormal heart condition ( lead cable electrode connection)
It is especially helpful in capturing unexpected heart problem to provide references for more effective clinical diagnosis,finding out ECG abnormity in early stage without hospitalization for precaution ,and monitoring cardiac condition during exercise or after cardiac surgeries to monitor unstable ECG activities and prevent other complications.
Please note: This product is not a replacement but a supplement to medical diagnosis ; it provides valuable reference for treatment and diagnosis