Description of the features
The ES Teck System is a programmable electro medical system (PEMS) including:
USB plug-and-play hardware device interface box, 3 disposable electrodes, reusable Adult SpO2 probe and reusable cables
Software installed on a Windows-based PC.
E.S Teck system is a combination of 2 devices (or modules) with specific features controlled by unique software:
Pulse Oximeter displays SpO2%, pulse rate value and vertical bar graph pulse amplitude. The photoelectrical Plethysmography feature (PP) analyzes the pulse waveform provided by the oximeter.
HRV (Heart Rate Variability) evaluates the variation of the heart rate, both in the time domain (statistical methods) and in the frequency domain (spectral analysis). Each QRS complex is detected, and the so-called normal-to-normal (NN) or Rate-to-Rate (RR) intervals between adjacent QRS complex are resulting from sinus node depolarization.
Indications / Intended uses
Each module has specific features and intended use:
To spot check or monitor Oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin (SpO2%) and pulse rate.
To analyze the pulse waveform (Photoelectrical Plethysmography or PP) provided by the oximeter. It only provides mathematical analysis of the input of the SpO2.
2.Heart rate variability (HRV) :
To analyze the basic rhythms of the NN or RR intervals in heart rate, both in the time domain and in the frequency domain (short time 5 minutes). It only provides mathematical analysis of the input of the heart rate variability.
The mathematical analysis of Photoelectrical Plethysmography and HRV are not intended as diagnostic.
The software provides a visual alarm for the values of the heart rate and/or SpO2 percent when they are out of the normal range, and also for the detection of bad quality signal transmission.
The data is stored in the PC in the Backup system of the ES Teck software.
The device is intended use only for adult subjects (> 20 years old)
This Oximeter is intended to be used in spot-checking (2 minutes)
The device is not intended for use in life support situations and also not for continuous monitoring
The system should be used only by registered practitioners.