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Re: 12 Lead EKG capable monitors



Jim,

I'm the director of marketing for Welch Allyn Protocol, the Propaq company.  I am also very interested in
this question as we are developing new monitoring products.  Could you please send me your compilation
when finished?  Much thanks, Grant Gibson

jim.kendrick@att.net wrote:

> All,
>
> Sara's post reminded me of question I've been meaning to
> ask. I'd like as many responses as possible. You can
> reply off list to my e-mail address and I'll compile the
> data and send it out. Time for the question. This not a
> slight to the 911 folks but interested in the 12 leads
> impact in a CC transport environment.
>
> 1 to 10 --- 1 being least important 10 the most.
>
> 1. Are 12 lead EKG important to your practice in the CC
> transport environment?
>
> 2. Is 12 lead EKG important in your treatment protocols
> in the CC transport environment?
>
> Yes or No
>
> 3. Do you delay transport or treatment until 12 lead EKG
> is done?
>
> 4. Are 12 lead EKG done by the referring facility
> adquate for transport by your team.
>
> Written
>
> 5. Overall opinion concerning 12 lead EKG capable
> monitors in the CC transport environment.
>
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