Schiller Lead ECG Cable
Schiller lead ECG cable facilitates the running of ECG units in hospitals, nursing homes, etc. Because of the design using the finest quality material. That also enhances its optimal functioning and durability.
What is an Electrocardiogram (ECG)?
Electrocardiogram (ECG) refers as an essential part of the assessment of cardiac patients. Because, ECG refers to the instantaneously amplified and the recorded sum of the electrical activity exhibited by cardiac muscles. Those upon contraction as a response to their electrical depolarization.
What is a Schiller Lead ECG Cable Used For?
The electrical activity of the heart measurement through several leads (viewpoints). So that to construct a three-dimensional picture of the patient’s cardiac function using vertical and horizontal planes.
What is a Schiller Lead ECG Cable?
An ECG cable allows a safe connection between the electrodes on the patient and the electromedical device.
The lead wires are fitted with means of connection (banana pressure plugs or clips). And those connections allowing them to connect through various types of functional electrodes.
All variety of small and large sizes cable available. So that the cable can be used on any kind of patient (adult, infant, pediatric, and neonate) for both long and medium-term ECG monitoring in the operating rooms. Also in Emergency sectors, or in any other discipline requiring the measuring of an ECG.
The ECG cable material is liable to show a long service life and accurate functioning; however, the service life of Schiller 12 lead ECG cable depends upon parameters including but not limited to the frequency of usage and the state of hygiene maintained while storing.
ECG Cable Storage
While not in use, Staff must store the ECG cable in its original packaging. In order to prevent any damage that might reduce the lifetime, performance, and/or safety level.
ECG Cable Placement
ECG cable placement should be such that it is offered good mechanical resistance to traction and to flexion/bending in order to reduce the risk of damage during use.
For ECG cable cleaning, never sterilize the cables and accessories in an “autoclave” using boiling water or steam.