Frequently Asked Questions

12-Lead Pocket ECG Machine (PCECG-500)

Who will need this portable 12-lead ECG machine?

  • Primary Health Care
  • Diagnostic Labs
  • Clinics
  • Outreach Hearts (where the physician need to take Cardiac Diagnostic Services to rural and remote areas)
  • School-based Health Center
  • Nurse
  • EETI: Emergency Educational Training Institute
  • Emergency Medicine Specialists
  • Cardiology Specialist
  • Preventive Medicine Physician who accepts telehealth appointments

How long can the 12-lead pocket ECG machine run after one full charge?

It can continuously work for 24 hours after being fully charged, ideal for long-hour shifts and patient monitoring.

Why is the Glasgow Resting ECG Algorithm Special?

The Glasgow ECG Interpretation Algorithm developed at the University of Glasgow, UK enables automated means of providing ECG analysis complementing the role of a physician. The algorithm accounts for age, gender and race and compares the ECG with historic data to arrive at specific interpretations. The Glasgow ECG Interpretation algorithm meets all the IEC 60601-2- 51 requirements and ISO 9001:2008 standards.

  • Highly effective in interpreting STEMI (ST Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction).
  • Can utilize V4R for neonates and children.
  • Offers short diagnostic reports for hospitals and detailed reports for primary care settings.
  • Critical values included in diagnostic reporting template.
  • Pocket ECG machine combines complete data with sophisticated proprietary algorithms for comprehensive statistical analysis.

What are the function features of the 12-lead ECG machine?

  • Portable design, compact in size with low weight, easy for carry.
  • Color touch screen, easy to operate.
  • Can be powered by an external DC power supply or a built-in rechargeable lithium battery.
  • Support synchronous acquisition and display of 6-lead / 12-lead waveform, as well as heart rate detection.
  • Provide ECG algorithm to automatically analyze the acquired ECG waveform, output measured values and diagnosis results.
  • Support auto mode and R-R mode.
  • Provide 5 sampling modes: pre-sampling, real-time sampling, periodic sampling, trigger sampling and R-R.
  • Support automatic pacing detection and marking.
  • Support ADS (Anti-drifting system) and EMG (electromyograph) interference.
  • Accurately identify the electrode with poor contact and give instructions.
  • Input patient information via full keyboard and barcode scanning.
  • Freeze the ECG waveform on the screen.
  • Output files in multiple formats, such as Carewell ECG, PDF, BMP, DAT.
  • Auto-saving function: save the ECG data when the report is printed.
  • Store, preview, review, edit, export, print and search patient data.
  • Support wireless transmission of ECG data via Wi-Fi network.
  • Print ECG reports through an external printer.
  • Export patient data to USB drive via USB connector.

What does the ECG report include?
A report usually includes waveform area, patient information area, measurement parameter area, diagnosis result area. You can also select to print the average template (only available for 6-lead) and measurement matrix information.

Measurement parameters include:
HR (Heart rate) (bpm), P Duration (ms), PR Interval (ms), QRS Duration (ms), QT/QTc Duration (ms), P/QRS/T Axis (°), RV5/SV1 Amplitude (mV), RV5+SV1 Amplitude (mV), RV6/SV2 Amplitude (mV)

Diagnosis result:
Shows the auto diagnosis result.

Average template:
Gives the average value of 10s acquired ECG signal of each lead.

Measurement matrix:
Gives 14 measurements of each lead, including:
P amplitude (mV), Q amplitude (mV), R amplitude (mV), S amplitude (mV), T amplitude (mV), ST1 amplitude (mV), STJ amplitude (mV), ST20 amplitude (mV), ST40 amplitude (mV), ST60 amplitude (mV), ST80 amplitude (mV), Q duration (ms), R duration (ms), S duration (ms)

Is the 12-lead pocket ECG machine compatible with network printers?

Yes, please check for compatible network printer models list:

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