Burdick Quest Exercise Stress System

Burdick Quest Exercise Stress System

Vendor: Burdick
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The Quest exercise stress system provides simple, complete control with the touch of a finger. Everything you need to see is directly on-screen.

Performs both resting 12-lead ECGs and stress tests on one system

  • Used, but like new!
  • 60 day warranty!

Features easy, intuitive touch screen that lets you focus on the patient. Performs both resting 12-lead ECGs and stress tests on one system. Accurate ECG data acquired at the patient, eliminating non-cardiac electrical noise.

Flexible programming means you choose the protocol. Generous storage, enhanced online data editing and several data management options. Full range reporting offers over 15 different report configurations.

Includes Quest Monitor/Controller, Burdick interpretive stress EKG, premium stress cart, touch screen monitor, all cables and cords, AHA accessories kit.

QUEST is a comprehensive exercise stress tolerance testing system. It is specifically designed to be the most intuitive system available. Critical information is kept readily accessible with minimal operator interaction. This allows you to conduct most of the test right from the touch-sensitive monitor while remaining focused on the welfare of the patient.

NOTE: Your QUEST system is intended for use with Quinton Cardiology, Inc. -approved supplies; its reliability and performance are directly affected by the supplies you use.

With QUEST you may:

  1. View your patient’s ECG with confidence that ectopic beats and ST levels are continuously evaluated using the highest quality signal processing algorithms.
  2. Configure custom test protocols
  3. Perform exercise stress tests with an attached treadmill or bike.
  4. Select final reports which best accommodate your procedures.
  5. Acquire resting (supine) ECG printouts.
  6. Save final reports digitally for future referral.

Features of the interpretive analysis program:

    The interpretive program was developed by the University of Glasgow Division of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences, Section of Cardiology based in the Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland. Unlike many products which are developed with the aid of outside consultants, this program was developed in the environment for which it is intended
    More than 500 measurements, plus the patient’s age, gender, clinical classification and medications are factored into each analysis. Several criteria for abnormalities are age, race and gender dependent. Race, for example is key in identifying hypertrophy and T-wave abnormalities.
    Reasons appending abnormalities are given in conversational language. For example, wording like, “High voltages in limb leads,” is used rather than, “R in I > 1.4 mV.”
    The program is the first to use clinical class as an integral part of analysis just as a physician would consider clinical class in his or her evaluation.