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Blood Pressure Measurement with ECG trigger for treadmills

Part number: 945824
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with ECG trigger

This option enables accurate and reliable automatic blood pressure measurement during exercise by using an ECG trigger. BP measurements are done according to the Korotkoff method. The ECG trigger makes this solution suitable to be used during exercise when motion artifacts are more present. It is important to note that for this option all blood pressure measurements need to be triggered.

The trigger can be supplied by the HR belt for ECG trigger for stand-alone solutions or by an ECG streamer with the ECG Acquisition trigger set when used together with LCRM.

Note: this blood pressure option does not work without a trigger and a 7″ control unit is needed

  • Specifications
  • Support
  • Accuracy
  • Connectivity

Accuracy

Minimum systolic measurement 50 mmHg Minimum BPM Measurement Range
Maximum systolic measurement 250 mmHg Maximum BPM Measurement Range
Minimum diastolic measurement 20 mmHg Minimum BPM Measurement Range
Maximum diastolic measurement 150 mmHg Maximum BPM Measurement Range

Connectivity

TTL input 3-5 V TTL input required for BPM
Pulse length 45-95 ms Pulse length required for BPM
Maximum delay between RS-peak and pulse 40 ms Required for BPM
Variances in delay time (jitter) <5 ms Required for BPM

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Certificates

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Frequently asked questions

How do I clean the BPM cuff for treadmills?

The following cleaning methods have been applied 20 times to the cuff without any apparent negative effects.

1. Medical Disinfectant Spray
The cuff may be sprayed with a mild disinfectant solution (e.g. Cidezyme®, ENZOL®, or 10% bleach solution), rinsed with distilled water, and line dry. Ensure that no liquid enters the bladder tubing.

2. Medical Disinfect Wipe
Use a mild disinfectant wipe (e.g. Sani-Cloth®) and thoroughly wet cuff surface and line dry.

3. Machine Wash
Remove bladder and K-sound Microphone to machine wash the cuff shell. Machine wash warm (50–130°F, 10–54°C) with a mild detergent and line dry.

How do I clean the BPM Microphone?

The K-sound Microphone can be cleaned using a mild disinfectant wipe (e.g. Sani-Cloth®) and letting the microphone line dry.

How does the BPM option handle extreme situations like atrial or ventricular fibrillation, arrhythmias, pacemakers, etc.

Presence of atrial or ventricular fibrillation, arrhythmias, pacemakers, etc. may interfere with the normal functionality of the BP monitor.

Specifications Blood Pressure Measurement Measurement: Auscultatory, using R-wave gating and k-sound analysis, during all static and active phases of stress testing. Systolic pressures correlate to a K-1 Korotkoff sound. Diastolic pressures correlate to K-5 Korotkoff sound. The device is designed to function in the presence of a normal ECG sinus rhythm. There are some physical conditions (i.e. Bundle Branch Block, Arrhythmias, Arial Fibrillation, Ventricular Fibrillation, Pacemakers, etc.) that may limit the ability of BP Monitor to obtain an accurate reading.

Notes on Blood Pressure Data Any blood pressure reading can be affected by the measurement site, the position of the patient, exercise, or the patient’s physiologic condition. Environmental or operational factors which can affect the performance of the device and/or its blood pressure reading are pacemakers and common arrhythmias such as atrial or ventricular premature beats or atrial fibrillation, arterial sclerosis, poor perfusion, diabetes, age, pregnancy, pre-eclampsia, renal diseases, patient motion, trembling, and shivering.

Is it possible to perform blood pressure measurements when testing with the Valiant or the Katana?

Yes, this is possible in combination with an ECG system. For accurate blood pressure measurements a heart rate trigger is required, therefore an external ECG system is necessary. Which ECG systems are compatible with the Lode devices can be found in the tab Interfacing of the device of interest.

Note: with the Valiant Ultra’s please consider the treadmill size.

Is Lode recommending special disinfection procedures for the Lode products due to COVID-19?

Yes, Due to the fact that the scientific research on the spread of Covid-19 is not yet conclusive Lode recommends to disinfect and clean all Lode products and their accessories (cuffs, heart rate belts, SpO2 sensors, handgrips/rails, touchscreens etc) that are in contact with the patient and or the medical personnel with a standard disinfectant as used in the hospital before and after every patient, with attention and care!

Since these agents are sometimes aggressive it might be advisable to check the effect on sensitive surfaces, like cushioning on non-visible areas. Lode will not take responsibility for discoloration due to these agents.

Is LCRM compatible with automatic BP measurement devices?

When the automatic Blood Pressure option is available on the Lode ergometer, this module is compatible with LCRM. You can program the blood pressure interval in the exercise protocols.