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StressVue Exercise Stress Testing System

ProductsStressVue Exercise Stress Testing System
Company Philips Medical Systems
Item StressVue Exercise Stress Testing System
Features 
  • Simultaneous ECG input from 12 leads
  • Zoomed EC
  • Averages
  • Running Trends
  • METS
  • Total Exercise Time
  • Treadmill control
  • HR and Target %
  • ST Level
  • NIBP Value
  • Description StressVue puts leading-edge stress testing within reach of virtually any facility...from a physician's office or clinic to the most advanced cardiology hospital. This PC-based system includes a vivid flat panel monitor with options for a Philips ergonomic stress cart and a thermal printer for continuous printing. StressVue is designed to interface with the TrackMaster Treadmill, Ergoline and Lode Ergometers, and the Suntech Tango Motion-Tolerant Blood Pressure Monitor to create a comprehensive stress testing system.
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