Electrocardiograph has the following operating modes: self-testing, setting mode, manual mode of electrocardiogram (ECG) recording, automatic mode of ECG recording, recording ECG to the memory, ECG copy mode from the memory, ECG transmission to a PC, ECG transmission via GSM network.
Electrocardiograph is designed to register ECGs in manual or automatic modes across 12 main leads, Nehb lead, and Cabrer lead.
When in manual mode, selected groups of data is collected together with service information, and the end of the ECG features average heart rate and heart rate variability, maximum and minimum HRV, the difference and ratio. When in automatic mode, all lead groups' data across three or six channels is collected simultaneously. At the end, ECG automatic registration data is coupled with other indications, such as P wave length, PQ intervals, QRS, QR, QTc, cardiac electrical axis angle (AQRS), ST-segment displacement, HRV evaluation.
USB port enables connection to a computer for ECG transmission for analysis and storage purposes. Also, an ECG can be send via cell network.
Electrocardiograph features automatic electrode application control, cardiac pacemaker (with impulse data on display) control, digital filters for the ECG signal (network, tremor and drift filters).