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DiCare-mlC Micro Ambulatory ECG Monitor is an intelligent, reliable and easy-to-use ECG recorder/monitor. Users can use it for recording and monitoring their hearts anywhere anytime. The monitor is compact and wearable. The measurements, EKG and heart rate, are saved in a SD card, which can be accessed by a computer. This capability enables one to capture the ECG during an episode. Often the symptoms do not occur in a doctor's office and without timely evidence, it would be difficult for a doctor to diagnose any issues.
DiCare m1C Micro Ambulatory ECG Recorder has four recording modes and each one is used for different situations.
The home ECG monitor DiCare-mlC is a hand-held device that is essential for patients with cardiovascular problems. A patient can take measurements regularly and frequently to track his own status and the doctor can use the readings to discover troublesome signs and take appropriate actions. The data is saved to a micro SD card, which can be read by a PC for monitoring the patient's progress and future referencing. There is no better way to track one's performance.
PC software is included for reporting and data management.
Heart attack symptoms, e.g. chest pain, out of breath, and irregular heart rate, can occur anytime and may not happen while the patient is being examined by his doctor. The patient can take a reading using the Micro Ambulatory ECG Monitor and then show the data to a doctor for analysis. Take a EKG measurement when the patient is experiencing a problem or continuously through out the day is the best way to capture the event.
The analysis screen shown below is the primary means of reporting. It consists of multiple regions, including ECG waveform display region, P-QRS-T analysis region, and ECG recording information region.
The ECG waveform display region shows the ECG waveforms being examined. It is at the left side of the window and generally contains four lines of ECG waves.
The P-QRS-T analysis region at the upper right of the screen shows how the ECG displayed is compared with an ECG template, which should be your "normal" ECG.
The ECG recording information region is at the lower right of the screen and shows various information related to the measurements. The information is for reference only, not for self-diagnosis. Consult your doctor and do not make any assumptions. See Home ECG on how to best use the information provided.
The above screen is from a patient with atrial fibrillation. For more sample screens, see the support page.