GE 5500 HD ECG

Condition: Certified Used

The GE MAC 5500 HD resting ECG System is a premier ECG machine that delivers advanced disease management capabilities through one of the industry-leading collections of algorithms and advanced networking. The MAC 5500 HD precisely captures, analyzes, and communicates ECG data. Sophisticated tools built on the GE MAC 5500 make for an easy-to-use design and platform that enables clinicians to focus on what’s most important: their patients.

Description

Advanced Features and Clinical Applications

  • Advanced Algorithms: Includes a comprehensive suite of ECG analysis algorithms, featuring Marquette programs like the 12SL* for adults and pediatrics, renowned for their rigorous documentation and accuracy.
  • Ongoing Clinical Validation: Regular inputs from the world’s leading cardiologists and physicians enhance our programs, allowing for continual validation and verification of our algorithms’ accuracy.

Workflow Optimization and Connectivity

  • Integration with MUSE Cardiology Information System:* This integration speeds up data storage and ECG retrieval, facilitating efficient and secure patient data management.
  • Enhanced Accessibility and Functionality: The system’s networking capabilities provide improved access, enhancing decision-making efficiency and clinical decision support.

Innovative Design and Quality

  • Digital CAM-HD Acquisition Module: Reduces noise and artifacts, resulting in clearer ECG tracings and improved accuracy in detecting pacemaker spikes.
  • Large Field-of-View Display: Provides a clear view of the screen from any angle, aiding user interpretation and analysis.
  • Extensive Customization Options: The system allows adjustments in display and final report formats, suited to individual user preferences.
  • Specific Analysis Options: Includes Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) analysis, gender-specific interpretation for detecting myocardial infarction in female patients, and advanced analyses like ACI-TIPI, which uses patient data to predict the likelihood of acute cardiac ischemia.

Data Security and Protection

  • Rigorous Security Protocols: Equipped with user-configurable password protection and other security measures to safeguard patient data and comply with HIPAA regulations.

Technical Specifications and Design

  • Trolley Design: Features ergonomic enhancements such as a holder for the acquisition module, a broad writing surface, and generous compartments for organized and secure storage.
  • Processing and Storage Specifications: The system can store up to 200 ECGs in internal memory, with options for external archiving on Secure Digital cards.
ECG Interpretation Marquette* 12SL* ECG Analysis Program for Adults and Pediatrics
Computerized Measurements 15-lead analysis, including measurements of user-selectable additional 3 leads
Additional ECG Function Vectorcardiography
ECG Analysis Frequency 500 samples/second (sps)
ECG Storage 200 ECGs in internal memory
External Archiving Secure Digital card
Digital Sampling Rate 16,000 samples/second/channel
Pre-Acquisition Provides 10 seconds of instantaneous ECG acquisition
Dynamic Range AC Differential ± 5mV, DC offset ±300 mV
Resolution 4.88 µV/LSB @ 250 sps, 4.88 µV/LSB @ 500 sps
Frequency Response –3 dB @ 0.01 to 150 Hz
Common Mode Rejection >140 dB (123 dB with AC filter disabled)
Input Impedance >10MΩ @ 10 Hz, defibrillator protected
Patient Leakage <10 µA
Pace Detection Meets or exceeds ANSI/AAMI EC11-1991 standards
Pace Digital Sampling Rate 75,000 samples/second/channel
Pace Pulse Width As low as 0.2 ms in duration
Pace Pulse Amplitude As low as 0.5 mV in amplitude
Special Acquisition Functions Disconnected lead detection, electrode impedance, excessive AC noise, baseline wander, and muscle tremor messages
Heart Rate Meter 30 to 300 BPM ±10% or 5 BPM, whichever is greater. Heart rates outside this range will not be displayed
Display Type 10.4 in (264 mm) diagonal graphics backlit color AM LCD
Display Resolution 640 x 480 pixels with waveform enhancement
Display Data Heart rate, patient name, ID, clock, waveforms, lead labels, speed, gain, and filter settings, warning messages, prompts, and help messages
Writer Technology Thermal dot array
Writer Speeds 5, 12.5, 25, and 50 mm/s
Number of Traces 3, 6, 12, or 15 user selectable
Writer Sensitivity/Gain 2.5, 5, 10, 20, 10/5 (split calibration) mm/mV
Writer Speed Accuracy ±2%
Writer Amplitude Accuracy ±5%
Writer Resolution Horizontal 1000 dpi @ 25 mm/s, 200 dpi vertical
Paper Type Thermal, Z-fold, perforated, fan fold, 300 sheets/pack
Paper Size A Size: 8.5 in x 11 in, (214.6 mm x 280 mm); A4 Size: 8.27 in x 11.7 in (210 mm x 297.5 mm)
Keyboard Type Sealed elastomer with soft function keys, alphanumeric keys, writer controls, and TrimPad cursor controls
Power Supply AC or battery operation
Voltage 100 to 240 VAC
Current 0.5A @ 115 VAC, 0.3A @ 240 VAC, typical, 0.85A max
Frequency 50 to 60 Hz
Battery Type User replaceable, 18V @ 3.5 AH ±10% rechargeable NiMH
Battery Capacity 100 single page reports, (typical) or six hours continuous display (without printing)
Battery Charge Time Approximately 4.5 hours from total discharge (with display off)
Vectorcardiography Report Formats Vector loops of component vectors (P, QRS, ST-T)
Sensitivity 20, 40, 80, or 160 mm/mV
Time Resolution 2 ms
Hi-Res Late Potential Analysis and P-Wave Signal – Averaged ECG Sensitivities Raw Data Template, Average Beat, Filtered Signals and Vector Magnitude (20 mm/mV, 20 mm/mV and 50 mm/mV, 1 mm/µV)
Analysis Sampling Rate 1,000 samples/second/channel
Digital Sampling Rate 16,000 samples/second/channel
High/Low Pass Filters Special filter using Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)