The DR181 3CH (3 channel) comes in a 5 or 7 lead configuration. It is designed with the following three goals in mind: ease-of-use for the patient and clinician, accuracy of data, and durability of the unit.
Large, programmable soft-keys, easy-to-read, multi-line LCD and several foreign language options are among the features that distinguish this “tried and true” unit. Its extra battery capacity makes it perfect for long Holter studies of up to 72 hours.
Features of the DR181 3 Channel Digital Holter Recorder include:
Removable digital memory (secure data card) allows immediate re-use of the DR181
Electronic storage of patient identification number prevents confusion of patient records.
Pacemaker detection is standard
LCD displays percent of battery life during hook-up
3-channel high resolution can be selected for pediatric patients
Patient cables include either 5- or 7- lead electrode option (shielded cables significantly reduce electrode artifact)
Machinery Forum was established some 45 years ago, supplying advanced production equipment to the automotive, metal working, foundry and wire and cable industries in Australia. There are offices in Melbourne and Sydney from where experienced staff support and maintain the varied installations, ranging from small specialised businesses to multinationals. More recently much business has been generated through the sale of high technology production equipment to the electronics manufacturing industry.
The Medical Division was formed more than 20 years ago, initially supplying specialised medical recording papers to doctors, clinics as well as public and private hospitals. The range of consumables has grown to include many items to perform complex diagnostic tests. In the meantime the Division has evolved into an organisation selling and supporting a wide range of sophisticated medical diagnostic and monitoring systems.