Burdick - Atria 3100
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The Atria 3100 ECG monitor is a standard electrocardiogram system for private practices (see the Burdick Atria 6100 for additional features). It follows on the success of our earlier model, the Burdick Atria 3000. Our technology assures an accurate report and gives ECG protocol choices, helps eliminate transcription errors, and improves workflow. Burdick Atria 3100 12-Lead Resting ECG

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6 months ago
Printing issue. Reference check- ref # 20071019

why is my atria 3100 displaying ref # 20071019 when it time to print result

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2 years ago
won' feed paper
Can I buy parts? Can I get assistance on repairing a piece of equipment? Where can I order parts?Reply


3 years ago
EKG says Drift
I just purchased a practice with an existing EKG it seems pretty straight forward-used it the first time on an 18 year old-other than the electrodes not sticking the ekg was performed and no issues. Yesterday I tried to do an EKG on a 49 yo female and the tracing kept saying waiting for good tracing and "drift" What does drift mean?Reply
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  • Stores 50 ECGs 
  • Manual or automatic 3-, 4-, 6-, and 12-lead ECG printouts 
  • Standard with wired Ethernet, wireless 802.11, and Bluetooth; complies with FAA requirements 
  • Bi-directional communication with our HeartCentrix connectivity software 
  • AccuPrint feature restricts ECG printing if lead wires are not properly attached 
  • Option to use the University of Glasgow ECG interpretation algorithm 
  • Warranty: 3-Year Parts and Labor


EKG/ECG TypeRest
Height5.5 in
Length 13.1 in
Weight11 lbs
Width15 in
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