TEMEO c3-3m2 front viewFunctional capabilities:

-          Speed of the pulse wave (C3-3m2 only)

-          Pulse deficit (C3-3m2 only)

-          Evaluation of the dynamics of the blood pressure (C3-3m2 only)

-          ST segments deviation (C3-3m2 only)

-          Additional PQRS analyses (C3-3m2 only)

-           Permanent automatic sending of ECG

-           Assessment of physical activity with an integrated 3D accelerometer

-           Event button

-           The data is transmitted wirelessly within the range of the GSM operator, both nationally and abroad

-           The data is received and stored in a specially dedicated server

-           Direct access via Internet or specialized software

-           Automatic QRS complex analysis

-           Automatic analysis of rhythm and conduction disorders

-           Generating automatic reports

-           The physician has access to the data without having the device available to him

-           Continuous monitoring of patients with rhythm and conduction disorders

-           Continuous monitoring of patients with syncopal-unspecifi ed conditions

-           Monitoring of patients following invasive and non-invasive cardiac interventions

-           A valuable tool for online therapy correction

Parameters of analysis:

-           Supraventricular extrasystoles

-           Ventricular extrasystoles

-           Supraventricular extrasystoles in bigeminy

-           Ventricular extrasystoles in bigeminy

-           Absolute arrhythmia (atrial fl utter)

-           Skipped heartbeats

-           Bradycardia

-           Tachycardia

-           Atrial fi brillation

-           HRV

How does TEMEO C3-3m2 work:

After the automatic detection of the QRS complex, „TEMEO C3-3m2“ collects and sends ECG data and physical activity data on epochs of 5 minutes, together with a representative 10-second ECG. When the patient presses the event button, a new 10-second preceding electrocardiogram is added. TEMEO C3-3m2 incorporates a SIM card of a GSM operator, providing sufficient coverage and high reliability.

Thus the data obtained from TEMEO C3-3m2 are placed in a specialized server for further processing and storage. The stored data can be accessed at any time by physicians via password. The storage of data on the TEMEO server is guaranteed for a period of 5 years.

Technical specifications:

General Characteristics:

-           Dimensions: 110/70/28мм

-           Weight: 125 g.

-           Temperature range

storage: -40°C to +75°C

in operation: -20°C to +60°C

in charge: 0°C to 45°C

-           Relative humidity: 85%

-           Protection against electrostatic charges (ESD): 4000V

Charger:

-           Output voltage U = 5 V DC

-           Output current I = 500 mA

ECG module:

-           Bandwidth: from 0.5 Hz to 40 Hz

-           Sampling rate: 200 Hz

-           Analog-to-Digital conversion: 10 bits

-           3 electrodes

Accelerometer:

-           3D digital accelerometer

-           Range ±2G

-           Sensitivity: 64 LSB/g

-           Non-linearity: ±1% in the whole range


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