Veterinary Ecg Machine

IntroductionThe electrocardiogram (ECG) can assist monitoring of a wide range of cases, such as emergencies, those undergoing anaesthesia and for critically ill patients. While being a valuable diagnostic tool in veterinary practice, many nurses are apprehensive about using the ECG machine, either due to uncertainty or unfamiliarity of the machine, or being unsure about what to look out for, when in use. This practical and illustrated article gives explanations on how to use the machine and provides examples of the common rhythms and arrhythmias seen in practice.

Description

An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a useful diagnostic tool in veterinary practice to assess heart rate and rhythm, but anecdotally, veterinary nurses seem reluctant to use the machine, citing two distinct challenges. First, knowing how to set up and use the machine correctly, and second, knowing what to look for when it is working. This practical article will explore both these issues, and suggest cases that might benefit from ECG monitoring.

Cardiac muscle requires an electrical stimulus to start a contraction. shows how specialised cells within the sino-atrial (SA) node start the conduction process, by firing an impulse that spreads across the atria depolarising (contracting) the muscle as it travels. The impulse passes through the atrioventricular (AV) node, to the ventricles using the His-Purkinje fibre network. As the impulse travels through the His-Purkinje network, the ventricles are depolarised. This depolarisation is the catalyst for the systolic and simultaneous action of oxygenated blood being pumped through the aorta, and deoxygenated blood out through the pulmonary artery. Finally, as the cardiac muscle relaxes, the ECG records the repolarisation (relaxation), as the muscle prepares for the next contraction. This process should result in a sinus complex, provides a step-by-step guide to each part of the P-QRS-T complex

Features of Veterinary Ecg Machine

  • 3.5″ TFT Color LCD display shows the working status and ECG waveform
  • Simultaneous display of 3/6/12 leads ECG waveform, and the state of printing mode, sensitivity, speed, filter etc.
  • ECG300G three channel ECG is such a kind of electrocardiograph,which samples 12 leads ECG signals simultaneously and prints out the ECG waveforms with thermal printing system
  • One 80mm*20m Printer Paper

Uses/benefits of Veterinary Ecg Machine

  • Performs ECG checks to help prevent or detect cardiovascular disease
  • Remote health management with PHMS mobile app on iPhone or Android devices
  • Bluetooth wireless connection
  • Automatically starts measurement
  • Stores ECG readings and uploads data to Cloud storage
  • Bluetooth ECG monitor runs on a rechargeable lithium battery

Specifications

Brand NameUTMD
Ean6953107400836
Number of Items1
Part NumberPM6000VP
UNSPSC Code42000000

Prices of Veterinary Ecg Machine

$150.00-$250.00/ Unit

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