Ambulatory Holter ECG Recorder DiCare-m1C

Ambulatory Holter ECG Recorder DiCare-m1C
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DiCare-M1C Ambulatory Holter ECG Monitor is for taking one's electrocardiogram anytime anywhere: at home or office. The personal Holter ECG Monitor DiCare-M1C is wearable, light, and easy to use. It can take and record one's ECG continuously for up to 32 hours. The data is stored in an SD card, which can then be read by a computer. Home cardiac monitors are essential for assessing and improving your heart conditions.

DiCare-M1C Holter Monitor is designed for healthcare and can be used by anyone, especially those who may suffer from cardiovascular disease. Regular and frequent measurements of the heart's health condition will help you and your doctor recognize risk factors in an early stage and act accordingly. The stored data can be used as a reference for clinical ECG examination. Know your heart; know your health anytime anywhere.

Cardiac symptoms, such as chest pain, palpitations, and shortness of breath are transient and may be difficult to record during a regular exam in a doctor's office. The best time to take a reading is when the patient is experiencing heart attack symptoms. Another alternative is to record the measurements throughout the entire day, including bedtime. Later show the data to your doctor for further diagnosis.

Timely monitoring and treatment are essential to treating heart patients. During a severe heart attack, speedy help is critical to a patient's survival.

The home cardiac monitor can reduce the chance of having false heart attack, which can cause stress and anxiety, and in turn may trigger a real heart attack. Get some basic understanding of EKG waveforms to tell the differences between a normal EKG versus an abnormal one. This may save a life.

A patient should also be familiar with his "normal" or baseline ECG waveform. This waveform can be compared with subsequent readings to gauge any changes in conditions.

The ECG machine can also be used to track the effectiveness of the patient's medication. See Benefits of Personal ECG Machine for more details.

Recording modes

The Ambulatory ECG Recorder has four operation modes with different objectives.

  • Quick Recording Mode: Take ECG measurement using the electrodes on DiCare-M1C unit for a short interval (up to 48 seconds). Data is automatically stored to the SD card. This mode is for spot checking.
  • Holter Recording Mode: Take ECG measurement continuously using the ECG cable and electrodes for up to 32 hours. User can mark the time during recording to tag special events. Data is automatically stored to the SD card. This mode is for continuous recording.
  • Event Recording Mode: Record ECG measurement for an interval up to 8 minutes long whenever a button is pressed. This mode is for recording special episodes.
  • Monitor Recording Mode: Take ECG measurement continuously using the ECG cable for up to 24 hours. This is similar to the Holter mode except that an alarm would sound if the heart rate exceeds a threshold. Recording is not enabled by default. This mode is for continuous monitoring.

Analysis

The analysis window shown below is for reporting. It composes of multiple areas, including ECG waveform display region, P-QRS-T analysis region, and ECG recording information region.

analysis screen

The ECG waveform display region shows the ECG waveforms being examined. It generally contains four lines of ECG waves.

The P-QRS-T analysis region shows how the data is compared with an ECG template. The ECG template is your "normal" ECG and the analysis shows the differences between your normal EKG and the saved EKG data.

The ECG recording information region provides with key information related to the data. The information is for reference only. Only a qualified medical professional can give up accurate diagnosis. See Home ECG Benefits on how to take full advantage of your ECG monitor.

Dicare-m1C information region

Specifications

  • Alarm: Heart rate (in monitoring mode only)
  • Recording time: Up to 32 hours depending on operating mode
  • Operating modes: Continuous (Holter) recording, quick recording (up to 48 seconds), event monitoring (up to 8 minutes), continuous monitoring.
  • ECG signal bandwidth: 0.05Hz - 150Hz
  • Sampling rate: 100/200/400 samples per second
  • Configurable band pass filter
  • Input signal dynamic range: > 100 dB.
  • ECG display speed: 2.5-100mm/sec.
  • Power: Two AAA alkaline batteries, up to 32 hours of usage (with screen off).
  • Weight: 85g including 2 AAA batteries
  • Dimension: 90mmx60mmx16mm

DiCare-M1C Ambulatory Holter ECG Monitor is for taking one's electrocardiogram anytime anywhere: at home or office. The personal Holter ECG Monitor DiCare-M1C is wearable, light, and easy to use. It can take and record one's ECG continuously for up to 32 hours. The data is stored in an SD card, which can then be read by a computer. Home cardiac monitors are essential for assessing and improving your heart conditions.

DiCare-M1C Holter Monitor is designed for healthcare and can be used by anyone, especially those who may suffer from cardiovascular disease. Regular and frequent measurements of the heart's health condition will help you and your doctor recognize risk factors in an early stage and act accordingly. The stored data can be used as a reference for clinical ECG examination. Know your heart; know your health anytime anywhere.

Cardiac symptoms, such as chest pain, palpitations, and shortness of breath are transient and may be difficult to record during a regular exam in a doctor's office. The best time to take a reading is when the patient is experiencing heart attack symptoms. Another alternative is to record the measurements throughout the entire day, including bedtime. Later show the data to your doctor for further diagnosis.

Timely monitoring and treatment are essential to treating heart patients. During a severe heart attack, speedy help is critical to a patient's survival.

The home cardiac monitor can reduce the chance of having false heart attack, which can cause stress and anxiety, and in turn may trigger a real heart attack. Get some basic understanding of EKG waveforms to tell the differences between a normal EKG versus an abnormal one. This may save a life.

A patient should also be familiar with his "normal" or baseline ECG waveform. This waveform can be compared with subsequent readings to gauge any changes in conditions.

The ECG machine can also be used to track the effectiveness of the patient's medication. See Benefits of Personal ECG Machine for more details.

Recording modes

The Ambulatory ECG Recorder has four operation modes with different objectives.

  • Quick Recording Mode: Take ECG measurement using the electrodes on DiCare-M1C unit for a short interval (up to 48 seconds). Data is automatically stored to the SD card. This mode is for spot checking.
  • Holter Recording Mode: Take ECG measurement continuously using the ECG cable and electrodes for up to 32 hours. User can mark the time during recording to tag special events. Data is automatically stored to the SD card. This mode is for continuous recording.
  • Event Recording Mode: Record ECG measurement for an interval up to 8 minutes long whenever a button is pressed. This mode is for recording special episodes.
  • Monitor Recording Mode: Take ECG measurement continuously using the ECG cable for up to 24 hours. This is similar to the Holter mode except that an alarm would sound if the heart rate exceeds a threshold. Recording is not enabled by default. This mode is for continuous monitoring.

Analysis

The analysis window shown below is for reporting. It composes of multiple areas, including ECG waveform display region, P-QRS-T analysis region, and ECG recording information region.

analysis screen

The ECG waveform display region shows the ECG waveforms being examined. It generally contains four lines of ECG waves.

The P-QRS-T analysis region shows how the data is compared with an ECG template. The ECG template is your "normal" ECG and the analysis shows the differences between your normal EKG and the saved EKG data.

The ECG recording information region provides with key information related to the data. The information is for reference only. Only a qualified medical professional can give up accurate diagnosis. See Home ECG Benefits on how to take full advantage of your ECG monitor.

Dicare-m1C information region

Specifications

  • Alarm: Heart rate (in monitoring mode only)
  • Recording time: Up to 32 hours depending on operating mode
  • Operating modes: Continuous (Holter) recording, quick recording (up to 48 seconds), event monitoring (up to 8 minutes), continuous monitoring.
  • ECG signal bandwidth: 0.05Hz - 150Hz
  • Sampling rate: 100/200/400 samples per second
  • Configurable band pass filter
  • Input signal dynamic range: > 100 dB.
  • ECG display speed: 2.5-100mm/sec.
  • Power: Two AAA alkaline batteries, up to 32 hours of usage (with screen off).
  • Weight: 85g including 2 AAA batteries
  • Dimension: 90mmx60mmx16mm

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Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer: Dimetek
Item Code: DICARE-M1C

Product belongs to these categories...
Ambulatory Monitors
Personal ECG Cardiac Monitors