News | November 13, 2006

GE Launches New ECG With Resting Analysis

GE Healthcare introduced today at the American Heart Association in Chicago its new electrocardiograph unit, the MAC 3500, part of its MAC product line of resting ECG analysis systems, adding to its series of non-invasive tools for diagnosing cardiac disease.
Designed for basic 12-lead resting ECG analysis, the MAC 3500 system delivers technology that reportedly helps clinician improve reliability and accuracy in cardiac assessments, while also helping to increase productivity and efficiency.
The new system includes GE’s Marquette ECG analysis programs:
• Marquette 12SL ECG simultaneous 12-lead ECG analysis program for adults and pediatrics.
• Marquette Hookup Advisor signal quality analysis program, which reviews and measures ECG waveforms for signs of artifact and interference, for eliminating poor waveform quality during the recording of ECGs.
• Marquette 12SL with Gender-Specific Interpretation that improves a clinician’s ability to detecting acute myocardial infarction in women.

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