QRS-12 Lead EKG
QRS - 12 Lead Electrocardiograph
7 inch Color Touch Screen
Multiple Acquisition Modes
3 Second Waveform Stabilization
Portable and Compact
ST Segment Report
Interpretation Software Standard
Multiple Print Modes
Li-ion Battery Backup
Networkable: HL7, DICOM Compatible
Built-in Troubleshooting Function
Designed for a fast paced work environment, the Infinium QRS-12 ECG System offers an extremely simple and adaptable touch-screen user interface. Patient information along with vital sign settings can be quickly modified to meet the needs of a patients changing condition. The QRS-12 offers a high resolution 7 inch touch screen and alphanumeric keypad to optimize the speed of patient care. The user can therefore make quick and convenient analysis while having multiple print and data transfer options. Optional patient barcode scanners and magnetic strip card reads are also available to simplify workflow.
Unlike most ECG systems, the QRS-12 offers interpretation software as a standard feature. The QRS-12 provides 2 “built-in” EKG references databases: one being the American Heart Association (AHA) database and the other being the Common Standard Electrocardiograph (CSE) database. The QRS-12 can detect up to 133 different types of arrhythmia. Pacemaker detection is also a standard feature of the QRS-12 interpretation software.
The QRS-12 offers several connective solutions to network and manage patient data on an electronic. Medical records platform or a HL7 based hospital information system. The QRS-12 ECG system offers Ethernet and RS-232 connections with an open source communication protocol. Infinium offers 2 levels of networking and connectivity. The QRS-12 is HL7 and DICOM compliant. The HL7 network protocol will allow for all patient information and vital sign trends to be transferred and stored on a hospital information system. For non-HL7 medical facilities, there is the Infinium ECG manager software which allows the transfer of all stored ECG files and patient data to a remote PC. The patient files can be very simply saved, stored, printed, and, transferred.