Philips ST80i Stress Testing System
Philips ST80i Stress Testing System opens up new paths for productivity & decision-making. Its wireless design, bi-directional connectivity, and advanced decision-making support tools enhance data review, patient care, and efficiency.
Wireless design enhances patient mobility
Freeing your patient from wires and decreasing the likelihood of motion interference, Philips ST80i has a compact wireless patient module (PIM) that enhances traditional stress-testing systems. It reduces the hazard of tripping and enhances patient comfort and movement while still transmitting a clear, high-quality signal. A wireless device can aid in moving patients from exercise to bed for a stress-echo procedure. The ST80i wireless PIM also supports a multi-PIM protocol, reducing transition time between patients.
Flexible interoperability expands connectivity options
Managing patient information from start to finish, Philips ST80i turns stress ECG data into actionable insights. It uses bi-directional network connectivity to collect and distribute data where needed; this could be a local workstation, the ECG management system or PACS. You can upload patient and demographic data and worklist/orders (as appropriate) from your HIS, or DMWL, or manually enter data. Export final patient reports via HL7 or DICOM in a PDF format, PDF-XML pair, or DICOM encapsulated PDF or DICOM SR. For added flexibility, leverage the convenience of IntelliSpace ECG to view, edit and confirm stress reports enterprise-wide using Stress Enterprise Solution.
Intuitive user interface (GUI) simplifies workflow
Patient and study information is presented in a logical, workflow-derived order on the large touch-screen display, resulting in an intuitive GUI designed to be easy to learn and easy to use. Icons and menus presented on-screen provide clear access to controls, tests and results. Advanced viewing tools, such as ST Maps and auto comparison, help to quickly identify anomalies during the test.
Sophisticated algorithms support confident diagnoses
Philips ST80i features sophisticated tools to help clinicians analyze stress ECG information. With ongoing support from Philips Advanced Algorithm Research Center, ST80i incorporates the Calg-STR algorithm, specifically designed for stress testing, and Philips DXL Algorithm*, the same algorithm used in Philips ECG equipment. Built-in arrhythmia detection and alerts, artifact filtering and ST segment mapping are additional tools for clinical decision support.