New! Burdick/Mortara ELI 250 EKG Machine - Discontinued by the Manufacturer!

  • New! Burdick/Mortara ELI 250 EKG Machine - Discontinued by the Manufacturer!
Item#BUR250C-
Regular Price:$3,900.00
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Product Description

BURDICK'S NEXT GENERATION OF 12-LEAD ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHS

PRIMARY BENEFITS: Best 10 technology. Capture the best 10 seconds of ECG data from system memory, reducing the need for repeat ECGs. Wireless data acquisition. Increase workspace flexibility by gathering 12-lead data without the need for a tethered cable. Connectivity your way. Multiple options ensure patient data transfers easily from the ELI 250c to the location of our choice.

High-resolution color display provides real-time preview of 12-lead ECG and post-acquisition review of acquired ECG. Chest and limb lead reversal indicators on the display assist the clinician with possible errors during ECG acquisition. VERITAS™ resting ECG algorithm uses gender specific and adult and pediatric criteria to provide a silent second opinion for diagnostic interpretation.

Easy bidirectional connectivity allows practices to take orders/send reports with a single keystroke. Choose PDF output, connections to EHR/MIS systems, or DICOM® Our unique Best 10 feature automatically selects and displays the best 10 seconds of ECG data from the memory, reducing clinical review time and eliminating the need for repeat ECGs caused by patient movement or other sources of ECG artifact. Choose between the innovative WAM™ wireless acquisition module or the AM12™ acquisition module. Both include replaceable lead wires, lead fail indicator, and remote control with buttons for ECG acquisition and rhythm printing.

Model BUR250C-C1X: Interpretive ECG with AM12 Wired Patient Cable, LAN, USB, 40 Record Storage

Model BUR250C-81X: same as above, with wireless communication 802.11 (with wired patient cable)

Model BUR250C-W1X: same as above, with WAM wireless patient cable

DISCONTINUED BY THE MANUFACTURER JUNE 10, 2020