Monday, August 2, 2010

CASE Cardiac Assessment System

CASE Cardiac Assessment System :

Building on Marquette’s legacy of leadership in exercise testing, the next generation CASE system delivers highly scaleable solutions to meet virtually any facility’s best requirements from high throughput multimodality stress labs to lower offices that run exercise tests only occasionally. By combining a range of truly unique ergonomic features with good performance and advanced networking also, it provides the ultimate in accurate, efficient stress testing.
The CASE system was developed only after we used Six principles to listen to our customers. As a result, it shows your needs for productivity ease of use, powerful diagnostic tools and leading edge networking alternatives. And its open architecture accommodates, a range of increasingly powerful capabilities also.
The CASE system has exclusive ergonomic features include a backlit keyboard with strong body and well lit printing surface for effortless and confident operation in rooms darkened for stress echo tests also. A centrally mounted, fullsize display screen swivels for comfortable viewing. A familiar, Windows® NT-based interface and dedicated hard keys minimize the learning curve also available. And a flexible interface accommodates multiple custom setups, to meet the review and reporting preferences of any physician and trainer.
CASE offers a variety of powerful analysis tools and easy to use applications to optimize clinical decisionmaking  with robust analysis and measurements algorithms. Multilead arrhythmia detection. And advanced assessment tools as well as the proven 12SL™ computer interpreted 12-lead ECG analysis.
It also provides you access to such capabilities as full disclosure, incremental updating, Duke Treadmill Score, cubic spline and automatic arrhythmia detection. And its one acquisition advances and innovative filtering including Finite Residual Filtering are complemented by user adjustable controls for performance good  tuning. 
CASE can also be configured to get information for management requirements. For example, it accommodates bidirectional network communications for remote access to MUSE-stored patient records. It provides you the ability to export Adobe pdf and Word files, as well as XML and ASCII measurement data. And lets you seamlessly retrieve reports stored on the MUSE system.

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