The half-reclining ergometer is also a multifunctional lounger and offers more assurance during ergometry, especially for elderly patients. The lying surface can be adjusted from the horizontal position up to a 45 degree inclination. The adjustment of the inclination angle and the saddle position is done electrically by a remote control. Conversion to an examination couch is achieved in a few simple steps. The ergometry unit is lowered into the lying surface and the saddle is removed.
The saddle can be pulled upwards. No disturbing rails or fastening elements remain in the lying surface. Different saddle adapters allow adaptation even to special patient sizes.
During ergometry, the current cadence is displayed to the patient for checking purposes. Additional symbols warn if the frequency is too low or too high.
The display is directly connected to the headrest and can be swung away to the side when not in use.
ECG manufacturers support the control of ergoline ergometers in their systems for stress ECG or spiro-ergometry.
In addition to the RS-232 and USB
interfaces provided as standard, wireless connections via Bluetooth or WLAN are also available.
The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.