What is an ECG?
ECG Bulbs With Metal is one of the basic physiological tests widely used in clinical examination. It is performed as an essential part of a first assessment, particularly in a case where cardiovascular disease is suspected.
Importance of an ECG
Since ECG diagnosis provides an important basis for subsequent treatment, it is crucial that we acquire ECG recordings containing as few artifacts as possible.
An ECG (electrocardiogram) records the electrical activity of your heart at rest. It provides information about your heart rate and rhythm and shows if there is an enlargement of the heart due to hypertension or evidence of a previous myocardial infarction.
What is ECG Bulbs?
ECG bulbs with metal are small rubber bulbs that are for electrocardiogram (ECG / EKG) machines to take ECG readings of the patient. They come with a nickel plate. Each electrode consists of a rubber bulb and a small metal cup.
ECG bulbs with Nickel Plating
The conductive nickel plate helps in providing accurate signal transmission so that precise readings can be obtained. Each electrode comes with an adjustable screw tightening so that it can be used accordingly.
These ECG bulbs with metal are reusable so they do not need to be replaced after every use.
Importance of ECG Bulbs
ECG bulbs are extremely essential to record ECG. Rubber bulbs and clamp electrodes with connection for pin and press-stud, facilitate valuable and accurate ECG measurements and thus are a necessity for getting exact readings.
ECG rubber bulbs are tested on various quality parameters and efficiently hold electrodes on various parts of the body depending on the requirement.