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EKG/ECG

The MAC 2000 from GE Healthcare helps the clinician make a fast and accurate diagnosis with the power of the Marquette* 12SL analysis program. It’s the proven1 diagnostic support you need, in an ECG system that’s intuitive and easy to use.        
  The MAC 2000 increases productivity in the hospital, your practice and pharma clinical trials. It connects seamlessly with your existing environment, immediately making it easier to acquire, print, store, and transmit ECG data. It’s your link to productivity, however you need to connect.

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-Petco
2 months ago
The ECG is not registered by MAC-2000.

The ECG is not registered by MAC-2000 at all. But the Acquisition Module Test passes fine (in Diagnostics menu). No other errors.

Before, the keyboard with display were replaced to new ones.

The SD-card is empty. Is the card significant (matters) for ECG registering?

How to recover the SD-card's content?

Can any one help and share his experience with this device? 

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-Rob192
4 months ago
MAC cart forgetting option codes during power cycle

I upgraded the firmware and OS to the most recent version along with many others.  However one mac cart is losing all of its option codes when the unit is power cycled.  My first thought is an on board lithium battery that could be dead not saving the information but nothing in the manual or on the parts list.  Has this happened to anyone else?

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-Cooter32
5 months ago
Demo Mode

I replaced the main board and now the unit boots up in demo mode. Does anyone know how to change it back?

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How to Read an EKG - Interpreting Waveforms

How to Read an EKG - Interpreting Waveforms

Everyone knows that EKGs are associated with the quality of life of someone inpatient, and that the parameters can determine someones vital signs.

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