The GE Marquette CASE 2000 stands as a pinnacle of cardiac assessment systems tailored specifically for exercise testing. Designed to facilitate accurate diagnosis and evaluation of cardiovascular health, this system combines cutting-edge technology, user-friendly features, and comprehensive data analysis capabilities.
At its core, the GE Marquette CASE 2000 is engineered to provide valuable insights into a patient’s cardiac performance during exercise. Exercise testing plays a crucial role in assessing the heart’s response to physical stress, helping clinicians diagnose a range of cardiovascular conditions, monitor progress, and formulate effective treatment plans.
One of the defining aspects of the GE Marquette CASE 2000 is its sophisticated technology. The system employs advanced ECG (electrocardiogram) monitoring to record the heart’s electrical activity throughout the exercise test. This data enables healthcare professionals to identify abnormal rhythms, ischemia (lack of blood flow to the heart muscle), and other cardiac issues that might not be apparent during rest. By capturing this information during exercise, the system provides a comprehensive view of the heart’s performance under stress.
The user interface of the GE Marquette CASE 2000 is designed with healthcare providers in mind, aiming to streamline the testing process. The intuitive interface guides users through the setup and execution of exercise protocols, ensuring that each test is standardized and accurate. The system allows for customization of protocols based on patient demographics and medical history, making it adaptable to a wide range of clinical scenarios.
During the exercise test, the system continuously monitors and records various parameters, including heart rate, blood pressure, ECG, and more. This wealth of real-time data assists clinicians in assessing the patient’s cardiovascular response to physical exertion. It provides an in-depth understanding of exercise-induced changes in cardiac function, helping to detect abnormalities that might not be evident during routine clinical assessments.
Another notable feature of the GE Marquette CASE 2000 is its comprehensive data analysis capabilities. The system records and stores the collected data, allowing for thorough review and interpretation post-test. Advanced software tools facilitate data analysis, enabling healthcare professionals to precisely analyze ECG patterns, ST segment changes, and other relevant parameters. This analysis is crucial for accurate diagnosis and informed decision-making.
Moreover, the GE Marquette CASE 2000 often integrates with hospital information systems and electronic health records (EHR) platforms. This integration streamlines the workflow by automating data transfer and reducing the risk of errors associated with manual data entry. Seamless integration with the hospital’s digital infrastructure ensures that exercise test results become an integral part of the patient’s medical record, enhancing continuity of care.
The system’s versatility extends to its compatibility with various exercise modalities, such as treadmill and stationary bike testing. This adaptability allows healthcare providers to choose the most suitable exercise mode based on patient capabilities and medical considerations.
In summary, the GE Marquette CASE 2000 serves as an advanced cardiac assessment system tailored for exercise testing. Its blend of advanced technology, user-friendly interface, and comprehensive data analysis capabilities empowers healthcare professionals to accurately assess cardiovascular health, diagnose conditions, and monitor progress over time. By providing a comprehensive view of the heart’s response to exercise-induced stress, this system plays a crucial role in improving patient outcomes and contributing to informed clinical decisions.
Series 2000 Treadmill “Unmatched Performance, Safety and Value”
Drive Motor: 3.0 HP, brushless,
DC motor Elevation Motor: 0.13 HP
Belt Speed Range: 0.0 to 22.5 km/hr (0 to 13.5 mph) at 60 Hz, continuously variable, zero mph start-up
Belt Speed Acceleration/Deceleration: Approximately 0.8 km/sec (0.5 mph/sec)
Elevation Range: 0.0 to 25.0% grade, continuously variable
Elevation Range Increase/Decrease: 1.14%/sec
Manual Treadmill Controller (Optional):
Functions: On, Off, Up, Down, Fast, Slow, Automatic Protocol Selection, Elapsed Time, Distance Traveled
Automatic Protocols: 15 exercise and 15 rehabilitation (includes Bruce, Naughton, Balke II, Ellestad, Low Performance)
Maximum Leakage Current: 100 A, chassis to ground Interface: RS-232 service port, 9600 baud (VT 100 or equivalent) RS-422 serial port, 9600 baud (CASE 12/15, MAX-1, MAC VU, and CENTRA Stress Systems)