The R-CAT EKG Badge

New universal layout

Always Accessible, Easy To Use, Accurate Measurements

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The R-CAT EKG Badge features:

  • Unique plastic badge provides a reversible, see-through window for establishing the EKG baseline.

  • Can be used for both EKG rhythm strips and 12 lead EKG analysis

  • Badge measures 3 ⅝ by 2 ⅜ inches - about the same size as an average ID badge or credit card.

  • Attach to either a horizontal or vertical name badge or place in any pocket so it's always available at your fingertips.

  • Badge is durable and flexible for long wear and can be wiped clean with disinfectant.

  • Use the reversible, see-through baseline window to look for ST changes or significant Q-Waves.

  • Can even be used on angled EKG baselines as seen above!

  • Color coded format to locate areas of muscle involvement

  • Use the unique calibrated measurement tools on the badge for assessing Heart Rate and waveform intervals.

  • Advantages of the unique measuring tools of the R-CAT EKG Badge!

    When using a piece of paper to evaluate ST changes on an EKG, up to 50% of each complex is obscured.

    The unique see-through window standardizes the baseline without concealing any of the EKG complex. Same EKG on left - ST elevation with significant Q-waves.

    Calipers can loosen making it difficult to maintain the accuracy of a measurement from point to point.

    The R-R interval is measured from the tops of the
    R waves and the badge calculates the rate for you
    (i.e. Heart Rate of 60).

    Outdated methods such as calipers or paper and pencil add additional step by counting boxes.

    PR, QRS and QT intervals are measured using the red boxes on the badge - giving you validated measurements of waveform intervals
    from .03 to .44 sec.

    A pencil lead can be up to .04 seconds wide adding additional width causing inaccurate measurements.

    Interpreting the same EKG on the left using
    the EKG Badge, the accurate measurement of the

    QRS is .10 sec

    Medical personnel must always validate the accuracy of the computerized EKG readout.
    Don't get caught searching for outdated EKG analysis tools when minutes count.

    Always have the Superior EKG analysis tool at your fingertips
    The R-CAT (Rapid - Cardiac Analysis Tool) EKG Badge