AcqKnowledge software provides a fully automated ECG analysis system. The software automatically identifies and marks the points of the ECG complex. It also calculates the amplitudes and timing intervals and pastes the results either into the Journal file or Excel. The following screen shows the ECG complex with the appropriate labels.
Apply AcqKnowledge ECG analysis tools to ECG data from multi-lead recordings (3-, 6-, and 12-lead). BIOPAC has wired, wireless and MR Safe ECG data recording solutions. To perform a complete physiological examination, combine ECG analysis results with other parameters.
Perform complex ECG analyses in real time or after data collection as your ECG protocol demands
The automated ECG Analysis routine extracts the following values from the data: Corrected QT interval (QTC), Heart rate (HR), P Height (P-H), PRQ Interval, QRS width, QT interval, R height (R-H), RR interval (RR-I), ST interval.
Investigate heart rate variability with the on-line R-R interval calculator. Use the powerful ECG averaging function to evaluate changes in the ECG complex before, during and after exercise or dosing.
Apply Template functions to isolate certain phenomena within the ECG recording and analyze data over user-defined time periods with the automated data reduction function.
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