EMS XL – EP Cathlab
EMS-XL-ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY MONITORING SYSTEM
Uniquely designed for the interventional cardiac electro physiologist, Charter Kontron’s EMS-XL provides a cost-effective, efficient and convenient solution for monitoring, documentation and integrated stimulation during all types of electrophysiology procedures. Available in 32 or 64 channel models, this technologically proven, uniquely designed device offers reliable, state-of-the-art advantages to fulfill the specific requirements of this industry.
With unmatched clarity, the EMS-XL dual 20” LCD monitors display crisp, clean, easy to read traces that facilitate the accurate analysis of waveforms. Function driven, one monitor is dedicated to real-time waveforms, while the second enables analysis and review. Both the real-time waveform and review monitors display 32 to 64 channels with sweep speeds of 25 to 300mm/sec in either predefined or customized configurations. Each waveform is color-coded for easy identification. The review monitor allows the manipulation and processing of data, including caliper measurements, event marking, snapshot storage and final report processing.
CONTROL AND INTEGRATION
EMS-XL integrated stimulator allows complete control of all stimulator functions at all times, featuring programmable pacing protocols with automatic increment and decrement functions, comprising all basic modes. Furthermore, the system includes online Holter and Event windows that allow for simple and immediate tracking of ectopic events. Fully editable final reports are generated in a Microsoft Word™ format, easily integrating measured intervals and procedure notes, to improve efficiency and productivity while saving valuable staff time.
An automatic snapshot is generated automatically upon each pacing, enabling conduction time measurements. The review screen is refreshed and triggered on the last paced train providing semi-automatic conduction time.
DATA DISPLAY AND RECORDING
A real-time triggered display of consecutive beats helps facilitate the positioning of interventional catheter and activation timing on a beat-to-beat basis. Template comparison allows the physician to compare pre- and post-interventional data snapshots and carry out simple and user-friendly measurements of conduction time and intervals.
A 12 lead Surface ECG is viewable and/or printable at any time. The system offers 18 Bi or Uni-polar acquired Intra-cardiac channels (50 with the optional 64 channel system). Both systems provide two invasive BP channels. Patient data is continuously written onto the hard disk throughout the procedure with uninterrupted waveform storage of 8/16 hours per patient. The complete case or partial case is then saved on the standard DVD-RW drive.
Built-in integrated stimulator: Avoids clutter and reduces costs
Total full disclosure: Guaranties data integrity and long term archiving
Off-line review station: Review, analysis and printing of entire case from remote location (optional)
Signal clarity: Unparalleled signal clarity allows for easy and quick identification of conduction time
Cost-effectiveness: Monitoring and diagnostic capabilities of most of common rhythm disorders at minimal cost
Export to CIS: Enables the export of measurements, inventory and doctor notes to CKL’s clinical information system for long term archiving, further processing and statistics generation
User-friendly graphic interface
Trigger mode and template comparison
Customized reports in MS Word™
Auto Tachycardia detection: jump to event
Holter mode: quick, minute-by-minute scrolls and jumps to event
On screen calipers: both real-time and review screen with auto measurement
RF filtering for all channels
Review screen snapshot, export to bitmaps
Also available: multiple interfaces to Ablation RF Generators for display of ablation parameters and ablation stop/start events
Acquired and Displayed Channels
Total Case Full Disclosure to hard drive
Easily upgradeable software