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GE MAC 5500HD EKG with CAM 14 Acquisition Module

Bio-Certified Refurbished | Warranty: 1 year

$3,995.00 $1,895.00

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The MAC 5500HD System comes Bio-certified and Patient-ready with:

  • Mac 5500HD EKG Unit
  • CAM 14HD Acquisition Module with Leadwires
  • Set of Universal Electrode Clips
  • 1 Package Z-Fold Paper
  • New Battery
  • Power Cord
  • 12 Month Warranty
  • Digital Users Manual
  • Shown with Optional Cart, Sold Separately 

The MAC 5500 HD Resting ECG System is a premier ECG system that delivers advanced disease management capabilities through one of the industry-leading collections of algorithms and advanced networking. GE innovation in ECG acquisition and analysis forms the foundation for the MAC 5500 HD, providing clinicians with a powerful tool to support the detection and management of cardiovascular disease.

The MAC 5500 HD features a 12-lead ECG acquisition system that is capable of acquiring high-quality ECGs with minimal operator effort. The system's advanced algorithms allow for the detection of a wide range of cardiovascular conditions, including arrhythmias, ischemia, and infarcts. The system's networking capabilities allow for the sharing of ECG data with other clinicians and the integration of ECG data into the electronic medical record.

The MAC 5500 HD represents a new definition of ECG speed and accuracy, and offers:

  • Better triaging tools for Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) detection
  • Configurable Crtical Values to help speed time to treatment
  • More accurate pacemaker detection for advanced interpretation of paced rhythms
  • Enhanced barcode workflow, with orders and ADT download capability, work together to help improve efficiency across the enterprise
  • Connected ECG Workflow to help save time and avoid costly misdiagnoses

The MAC 5500 HD is a valuable addition to any cardiovascular disease management program. The system's advanced capabilities support the early detection and management of cardiovascular disease, leading to improved patient outcomes.