Hillrom - Electrocardiograph - Welch Allyn ELI 150c
Non Technical and Terms
- Lead Time - Available now - deliver in 4-6 weeks
- Warranty - 2 years
- Note on price - Price quoted EXW
- Shipping options - CIP Incoterms 2020 OR CPT Incoterms 2020
On return of the ROI, Hillrom will obtain actual shipping costs per product based on quantity and destination as per the applicable Incoterm. Actual shipping costs will be in addition to the quoted prices below and will be detailed in the contract.
Hillrom products have recognized regulatory approvals/certificates and these will be set out in any contract. An independent pre-shipping inspection at Hillrom's premises prior to collection by the carrier, and will be in addition to the quote prices below.
Service is return to base
Printed user and service manuals will be provided with each piece of equipment.
There is a 40% Advance Payment and 60% payment on shipping. Payments are to be made by Bank Direct Payment
Hillrom Subcontract Arrangement
Welch Allyn, who is an affiliate of Hillrom and is referred under this agreement as a subcontractor, will supply and invoice for this product. Welch Allyn as a subcontractor will be covered by the Hillrom Advanced Payment Guarantee.
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Diagnostic electrocardiogram (ECG) units detect, record, print, and/or display the electrical signals associated with a patient’s cardiac activity. They are used to diagnose and assist in treating some types of heart disease and arrhythmias, determine a patient’s response to drug therapy, and reveal trends or changes in heart function.
Diagnostic ECG units consist of a recorder unit, cables, and electrodes. The electrodes are placed on specific areas of the patient’s chest to collect electrical signals which are then sent to the recording unit via the cables.
These devices may use 3-, 5-, or 12-leads to record small voltages of about one millivolt (mV) that appear on the skin as a result of cardiac activity. These voltage differences directly correspond to the heart’s electrical activity and present different perspectives of the heart’s electrical activity; producing ECG waveforms in which the P waves, QRS complex, and T waves vary in amplitude and polarity.
Multichannel ECG units record signals from two or more leads simultaneously and are frequently used in place of single-channel units. Some ECG units can perform automatic measurement and interpretation of the ECG as a selectable or optional feature.