The DR200HE 3 Channel Digital Holter Recorder can be deployed to a patient in either Holter or Event mode. In Holter mode with a single, fully charged AA battery and a 1GigaByte data card, the unit can operate as a 14-day Holter. When the DR200/HE is combined with Holter LX Analysis and LX Event software, you have the flexibility to use your capital equipment in the most efficient manner and you’ve increased the probability of capturing elusive cardiac events.
When deployed as a Holter, the DR200/HE has either 3, 5 or 7 lead cables. When deployed as a Tel-a-heart Event monitor, it uses a 2- or 3-lead cable. The DR200/HE kit includes Holter cable, pouch, belt clip, removable media memory card, Operator’s Manual and Hook-up Guide.
Features of the DR200/HE Digital Holter Recorder include:
LCD displays actual ECG, including pacemaker spikes on all channels during hookup
Removable digital memory (Secure Data) allows immediate reuse of the DR200HE
Pacemaker detection is standard
LCD displays percent of battery life remaining
3-channel high resolution can be selected for pediatric patients
Patient cables include either 3, 5 or 7-electrode option
14 days continous Holter recording on single AA battery
Holter/Loop Event Combo recorder
Machinery Forum Medical Systems | Medical Diagnostic & Monitoring Systems
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.