Technology | April 03, 2014

New GE Healthcare Seer 1000 Holter Recorder Simplifies Monitor Management

April 3, 2014 — The new app-driven Seer 1000 Holter recorder from GE Healthcare utilizes new technology to simplify Holter monitor management. The Seer 1000 is a small, comfortable multichannel digital Holter recorder paired with the Seer 1000 application for tablets, smartphones or Bluetooth-enabled PCs. It is small and lightweight and simple to use for both clinicians and patients.

The system enables fast and accurate patient data entry, visual confirmation of lead placement and a clear view of waveform quality right from initial hookup. The battery life indicator provides an assurance that battery life is adequate prior to beginning a test. One button operation makes it simple for patients to use, which may help reduce the number of repeat studies.

The mobile app for the device uses pictures to show lead placement. If a lead is not placed properly, the system will show which lead and explain how to fix it.

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