Category Archives: ECG Electrodes

What Are ECG Electrodes and Where Do You Place Them?

Capturing accurate EKG/ECG signal is vital for researchers and medical professionals in order to obtain accurate knowledge and medical diagnosis and results. ECG examines the electrical activity of the heart produced during by myocardial contraction and relaxation. This activity is measured by electrodes placed on certain areas of the chest. The signals produced indicate the heart’s rate and heart rate variability, along with arrhythmia, waveform morphology, and other heart activity and functions. At Danlee Medical Products, Inc., we offer a selection of ECG electrodes for sale required by cardiology professionals.

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Does Placement of EKG Electrodes Affect Electrocautery Interference?

Electrocardiographic monitoring on a continuous basis is a standard aspect of care in intensive care units and operating rooms. These environments have gradually been filled with more electronic devices for patient care. Due to this trend, the risk of electrical interference between indifference devices has increased. If an electrocardiogram (EKG) is to be interpreted accurately, it must be interpreted as a level of quality that is free from distortion. Even though the reliability of most medical devices has increased significantly due to technological advancement, interference to the electrocardiogram is still a potential issue. At Danlee Medical Products, Inc., we offer a wide range of EKG electrodes for patient care needs. Continue reading

What Are Some Important Concerns When Placing ECG Electrodes

Electrodes are offered in various adhesive strength, size, packaging, and backing options. Due to these various options, it may seem complicated to select the proper electrode for a particular application. However, at Danlee Medical Products, Inc., we can help. We offer an extensive range of electrocardiogram electrodes for various patient monitoring situations.

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