Dyausmed’s CS10 offers a unique solution for Bed to Bed Diagnostic ECG. Its handy design lets you take ECG at the Bedside without trouble of Carrying the CART with ECG machine throughout the Hospital. Wireless facility helps in immediate transfer of Patient data from CS10 to Tablets and PC’s for quick and fast Analysis. CS10 Offers “Quick Mode” for fast and quick ECG in just two simple steps.
Dyausmed’s CS10 comes with a compressive ECG Management Software which provides you with complete and detailed Analysis of the ECG... Something which you always missed in your conventional Cardiograph.
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Dyausmed’s CS10 Provides wireless transfer of ECG to your Tablet, PC and Helps in quick Analysis and review where
ever you are in the Hospital.
Diagnostic ECG. It’s handy design let’s you take ECG at the Bedside without trouble of Carrying the CART with ECG machine through out the Hospital. Wireless facility helps in immediate transfer of Patient data from CS10 to Tablets and
PC’s for quick and fast Analysis. CS10 Offers “Quick Mode” for fast and quick ECG in just two simple steps.
Dyausmed’s CS10 comes with a compressive ECG Management Software which provides you with complete
and detailed Analysis of the ECG... Something which you always missed in your conventional Cardiograph.
Diagnostic Quality 12 Lead Simultaneous ECG View helps you in faster and more accurate analysis. The 12 lead ECG view provides you with a single view of all 12 leads for easy comparison and evaluation.
QTd is generally defined as the difference between the maximum and minimum QT interval. QT dispersion, which is evident on a surface electrocardiogram (ECG), reflects underlying heterogeneity of ventricular repolarization and is a marker of vulnerability to ventricular arrhythmias.
Vectorcardiography (sometimes abbreviated as VCG) is a method of recording the magnitude and direction of the electrical forces that are generated by the heart by means of a continuous series of vectors that form curving lines around a central point.Timed VCG provides an additional dimension to VCG analysis providing valuable information for precise diagnosis.
The ventricular late potentials (VLP) are high-frequency and very-low-intensity signals. The presence ofVLPs in the ECG signal has been associated with damages in the ventricular myocardial tissues. The necrosis or ischemic death of myocardial cells causes the formation of high-resistivity areas, where the propagation of cardiac action potential is delayed. This phenomenon affects the ECG signal with the presence of electrical activity, although of low intensity, between the end of the QRS complex and the initial part of theST segment, where it should not be .
Heart rate variability (HRV) describes the variations between consecutive heart beats. No variations between R-R intervals indicates high inflexibility meaning that the heart cannot adjust to changing environment. Abnormal changes in R-R cycles indicate arrhythmias.
Diminished heart-rate variability is an independent predictor of increased mortality after myocardial infarction and results from decreased beat-to-beat vagal modulation of heart rate.The predictive value of heart-rate variability is low after myocardial infarction.
The frequency analysis display shows you very easily the activity of the autonomic
nervous system (influence on the heart rate of sympathetic and/or parasympathetic).
The information can be extremely valuable while determining various causes of
undetermined cardiac episodes giving you an insight on the ANS influence on Heart