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Goldway GS10 GS20 Patient Monitor ECG 5 Lead 074260312A

Goldway GS10 GS20 Patient Monitor ECG 5 Lead 074260312A

  • Goldway GS10 GS20 Patient Monitor ECG 5 Lead 074260312A
  • Goldway GS10 GS20 Patient Monitor ECG 5 Lead 074260312A
  • Goldway GS10 GS20 Patient Monitor ECG 5 Lead 074260312A
  • Goldway GS10 GS20 Patient Monitor ECG 5 Lead 074260312A
Goldway GS10 GS20 Patient Monitor ECG 5 Lead 074260312A
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Brand Name: Philip
Certification: CE
Model Number: GS10 GS20
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Instrument Classification: Temperature Warranty: 6 Months
Product Name: Philip CO2 CapnoTrak Airway Adapter Set Application: Child; Adult
Application Site: EsoPhilipageal / Rectal Weight: 113 Kg
Color: White PN: 074260312A
Product Type: Sensor Cable Length: 3.1 M (10.2')
Size: 12 FR Sterile OR Non-Sterile: Non-Sterile
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Philipilip Goldway GS10 GS20 patient monitor ECG 5 lead 074260312A



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Philipilip GS20 Product description:


A compact, cost-effective approach to patient monitoringA patient’s condition can change rapidly, and clinicians need to respond swiftly to any changes that occur. Having a highly reliable, versatile patient monitoring solution on hand saves precious time, and provides caregivers with the insights they need to make informed clinical decisions.Built according to our exacting quality standards the Philipilip GS20 preconfigured patient monitor provides advanced functionalities for various clinical environments and patient acuity levels. In addition to offering market-proven essential parameters, the GS20 system is cost-effective and easy to learn and use.Ergonomic design, market-proven capabilitiesThe lightweight, ergonomic design of the GS20 monitor makes it highly practical to use. The monitor can be quickly and easily mounted on a roll stand and moved from bed to bed.The GS20 offers essential measurements for daily use, such as the oxyCRG and Mini-trend software functions that provide basic clinical support. It can be connected to the Philipilip Efficia CMS200 Central Station, and includes an HL7 data output function for EMR/HIS integration. Moreover, the monitor features the Philipilip FAST SpO2 and Philipilip ECG algorithms.These essential market-proven capabilities facilitate accurate measurements, helping to guide clinical decision making.Key benefits of the GS20 at a glance• Easy to use and move around thanks to lightweight, ergonomic design• Delivers accurate measurements with an extensive range of market-proven functions and features, including Philipilip FAST SpO2 and Philipilip ECG algorithms• Allows 2.5 hours of continuous monitoring thanks to 4800 mAh, 11.1V rechargeable lithium ion battery• Bed-to-bed overview function - including waveforms - for up to 32 monitors on the same local network• Supports a wide range of patient acuity levels for neonatal, pediatric and adult patients• Facilitates a low total cost of ownership with affordable servicing, parts and accessories


patient monitor ECG 5 lead description:


Introduction Good ECG signal quality—it is something every clinician strives to secure every time they monitor a patient’s heart. This application note will look at why ECG signal quality is important and discuss how to improve the stability and quality of the signal as part of cardiac monitoring with electrodes, whether the patient is in an EMS or hospital environment.Importance of ECG QualityAcquisition of quality ECG data is critical in providing accurate and timely diagnosis and patient treatment. Poor ECG quality can:result in the monitor’s inability to recognize the R-wave, thus affecting arrhythmia analysis and the ability to perform procedures such as synchronized cardioversion and transcutaneous pacing,inhibit reading a 12-Lead accurately, andresult in false alarms and unnecessary troubleshooting, potentially delaying treatment.


ECG Quality Improvement:




Back in 1984, in Critical Care Nursing, an article discussing ECG artifact stated: “Improvement in electrode preparation techniques and a better understanding of the sources of artifact can enhance equipment performance, resulting in improved patient assessment, more effective utilization of nursing time, and reduced operating costs.”1This statement still holds true today despite advancements in monitoring devices. In other words, poor electrode preparation can result in a poor waveform, no matter how advanced the device is.So, how can you improve ECG quality and subsequently patient assessment and care? It involves:Good skin preparation,Use of quality electrodes, Proper electrode application, Good electrode-to-patient contact, Artifact elimination, and/orProper lead selection.Let's look at each option more closely.


Skin Preparation:


Skin is a poor conductor of electricity and may create artifact that distorts the ECG signal. In fact, artifact from the outer layer of the skin (epidermis) is more troublesome than other types of artifact because:it is difficult to filter electronically andits amplitude is often larger than the ECG signal.2Unfortunately, clinical studies have shown that the electrode-skin interface is frequently overlooked as a major source of artifact affecting many electroPhilipilipysiologic recordings.3 Also, in a survey at the 1998 AAMI Annual Meeting and AACN NTI, only 17% of the participants said they had protocols in place that required skin preparation prior to electrode placement on a patient.3Although skin preparation can add a little time, the extra effort may reduce the time spent dealing with poor electrode-to-patient contact and ECG artifact.


To prepare the skin for electrode placement, dry, dead epidermal layers of skin must be removed, along with any natural oils and dirt that impede electrical flow and thus create a resistance to signal quality. Though skin preparation should be well known by clinicians involved with ECG monitoring, it is worth reviewing the steps and related benefits.


Goldway GS10 patient monitor ECG 5 lead 074260312A

1.Shave or cut hair from electrode sites since excessive hair prevents good electrode contact.2.Clean each site thoroughly with soap and water, a non-alcohol wipe, or 4 x 4 to improve electrical flow.3.Dry the skin vigorously to increase capillary blood flow to the tissues. NOTE: Though cleaning and drying the skin may be difficult in emergency situations, it can improve electrode adhesion and trace quality. Also, it is recommended not to use alcohol for cleaning purposes because it dries the skin and may diminish electrical flow.4.Use an ECG skin prep pad or paper (such as Philipilip' M4606A ECG Skin Prep Paper), with its abrasive fine sandpaper finish, to:–remove part of the stratum corneum(epidermis outer layer, see Figure 1 for epidermis cross section) to allow electrical signals to travel to the electrode and –scratch the stratum granulosum (epidermis middle layer) to reduce motion artifact.Figure 1Epidermis Cross Section 4Nerve fibrilsStratum corneum Stratum lucidum Stratum granulosum Stratum mucosum Stratum germinativum







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A1 T/T,Western Union, PayPal are all acceptable.
Q2 What are your main brands?
A2 Philipilip, Mindray, GE, NIHON KOHDEN, Goldway, etc.
Q3 How long will it take to receive the goods?
A3 It depends on your shipping address.
Q4 What will you do if you find any quality problems within the warranty period?
A4 Repair or replace according to the actual situation.

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