11/18/2009

Schiller Medizintechnik GmbH

An Innovation for the Practice – Smaller, Lighter, Better – Simply NANO

Baar, November 2009 Schiller‘s MT-101 nano sets new standards in Holter ECG diagnostics.

Thanks to the latest technologies, the MT-101 nano combines top recording quality with modern design and highest patient compliance.
Its small casing and low weight provide maximum comfort even for prolonged use. The device can be attached directly to the skin,
just like an electrode.

Ideal for any workflow
However the workflow is set up, the MT-101 nano is always the ideal tool! Choose the optimal patient cable for your requirements:
2 or 3 channels with 5 or 7 electrodes – the MT-101 nano detects the patient cable type automatically. After application of the electrodes, the ECG signal can be checked “live” on the PC screen via Base Station (BS-101 nano) or – if the patient is out of range of the PC –on the recorder. All operating steps are displayed
on the high-resolution screen. Patient data can be recorded by simply speaking the patient name into the integrated microphone.

A guarantee for safe ECG diagnostics
Outstanding signal quality and sophisticated software tools provide comprehensive information on the heart’s activity, quickly and
reliably. Thanks to the 12 bit signal resolution and high sampling rate (125 Hz or 1000 Hz), the MT-101 nano assesses P waves reliably.
The high-quality amplifier electronics provide distortion-
free reproduction of ECG complexes and allow the measurement of ST segments. An event can be registered by either pressing the event button or by lightly tapping the MT-101 nano casing.

Communication and data transfer
The MT-101 nano is equipped with a rechargeable lithium-ion power pack. To ensure a 24-hour recording, the MT-101 nano checks the accumulator capacity automatically on start-up. The ECG data is saved to a Flash RAM card. Even if the power pack is empty or removed, the recorded data is retained. The data can either be transmitted to the PC (MT-200 program) via Base Station (BS-101
nano) or by use of a card reader. Data is transmitted via USB interface from the MT-101 nano to the Base Station (BS-101 nano). From the Base Station, the information is transferred via standard USB interface. Additionally, the power pack is charged by the Base Station during data transfer.

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www.schiller.ch