GE rolls out portable ECG system

 
Equipped to read 250 ECG readings with a 3-hour charge, the battery-run machine claims to be affordable, made to be more accessible and also tip-top on the quality front.

Briefing reporters GE Healthcare President and Chief Executive Officer (South Asia) V Raja said “With the MACi we intend to make cardiac early detections more accessible, as we have cut cost considerably, as also to enable the masses to use a quality healthcare product.”

The MACi is a single channel ECG system capable of printing in three channels, and operation is also made through its one touch operation. The firm said that it has tied up with SBI to offer unique financial services. Meanwhile, GE Healthcare IT announced three new initiatives — the GE ‘managed solutions’, a new internet-based picture archival & communication system and alignment with DCA Imaging Data Centre.

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