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EKG / ECG Machines for Sale

ECG/EKG Machines

We offer a range of cutting-edge EKG/ECG machines, meticulously crafted to deliver precise results, streamline workflows, and enhance diagnostic capabilities in your practice.

Whether you're looking to upgrade your existing equipment or invest in the latest technology, our curated collection ensures that you'll find the perfect solution to meet your clinical needs. Shop with confidence and elevate your patient care with our trusted selection of EKG and ECG machines.

Welch Allyn

Diagnostic Cardiology Suite™ ECG Machine

Designed with your workflow in mind, the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite includes ECG and spirometry capabilities to help you shorten the path to diagnosis. Built with a flexible platform allowing for critical dual or standalone ECG/EKG diagnostics and/or spirometry exams launched directly from your EMR.

Diagnostic Exams Made Simple

  • Streamline your workflow by capturing and saving an ECG in as few as two clicks
  • See the critical waveform data you need with VERITAS® ECG filter limiting algorithm
  • (WAM™) Wireless Acquisition Module allows wireless ECG capture
  • Help reduce repeat ECGs by capturing the best 10 seconds of ECG data from memory
  • Assign user roles, control user logins, and access audit trails securely
  • Effortlessly save PDFs to any network folder
  • Comply with ACC, AHA, and HRS recommendations for adult/pediatric patient ECGs

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Welch Allyn Connex Cardio PC-Based Resting ECG System

Welch Allen

ELI® 280 Resting ECG Machine

Designed to meet the demands of high-volume ECG environments in both acute care and physician office environments. The widescreen data layout allows for easy menu navigation, fast entry of patient information, and clear verification of proper electrode connections while providing comprehensive functionality in a portable, touchscreen device.

Designed to Meet Your Clinical Needs

  • 10.1", high-resolution touchscreen allows all 12 leads of data to present simultaneously
  • VERITAS algorithm allows gender-specific, and age specific (adult/pediatric) criteria for interpretations
  • Widescreen ECG display helps to improve navigation, with easier data entry and electrode connection verification
  • Pacemaker spike detection with 40,000 sps/channel data capture
  • Optional wireless data acquisition increases workplace flexibility so you can move freely around the room

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Burdick Eli 250C 12-Lead Interpretive Resting ECG Machine

Welch Allyn

CP 150™ Resting ECG Machine with Optional Spirometry

Designed for the primary care practice, the CP 150 ECG helps streamline workflow with EMR connectivity, clinical decision support and full-size printouts. The simple user interface and 7” color touchscreen display lets you easily enter patient data, aiding in increased efficiency while ECG print previews help to reduce unnecessary paper costs.

Experience Simple, Streamlined Resting ECG Testing Solutions

  • Three, six or twelve- lead preview options
  • Easily transport your resting ECG device from room to room with battery operation mode
  • Simplified EMR connectivity without a complicated interface
  • Take an ECG at a moment's notice with instant-on power.

Optional Features

  • Wireless connectivity helps increase device mobility and utilization
  • Spirometry module lets you perform two reimbursable tests in one device
  • Enhanced interoperability with DICOM® compatibility
  • MEANS ECG interpretation software for adult and pediatric measurements

Product Details and Ordering

CP 150™ Resting Electrocardiograph with Optional Spirometry


IQecg ECG Machine

Whether you're using a paper chart, scanning ECG reports, or otherwise connected to an EMR, the IQecg is designed to improve workflow with seamless access to the patients' chart, reducing manual entry and risk of transcription errors. Features improved screen layouts, color scheme, large ECG display area, and familiar editing tools.

  • Lightweight, portable design — weighs less than 11 oz.
  • Patient lead separator (patent pending) helps keep lead wires straight.
  • View and monitor live 12-lead ECG or 3-lead rhythm.
  • Instantly capture and analyze 10 seconds of ECG on-screen without missing a beat.
  • On-screen review and edit with 10-second full disclosure, electronic calipers, side-by-side comparison, complimentary text, or preset statements
  • Interpret and analyze ECG of neonate, pediatric, and adult patients
  • Designed to work with today’s top EMRs in a variety of IT environments, including thin-client networks

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Midmark IQecg Digital ECG Machine

GE Health care

MAC 2000 Resting ECG Machine

Resting ECG System

This system can help avoid variations in care delivery by standardizing ECG information from the physician office through the hospital.

  • Easy-to-read 7” color display is configurable to meet specific needs
  • On-screen preview of 12-lead waveforms and ECG results helps streamline review and diagnosis
  • Automatic capture of 10-second ECGs with one-touch operation
  • Internal storage for up to 200 ECGs

Product Details and Ordering

Mac 2000 HD Resting ECG System

What to Consider Before Purchasing an EKG/ECG Machine

  • Features — It's important to first consider what features are the best fit for you and your team. Are you interested in an EKG machine that has an Instant-on feature to quickly power up the device? Or, perhaps easy integration with your practice and data management systems is top priority?
  • Cost — Determining a budget can simplify the purchasing process.
  • Size — Consider sizing if your medical facility is in the market for portable EKG machines. Some EKG machines are compact and lightweight, perfect as a portable option.

How Much Does an ECG/EKG Machine Cost?

Henry Schein Medical offers EKG/ECG equipment and products in a wide range of sizes, price points, brands, and features including wireless and portable options. Though pricing will differ based on a variety of factors, EKG/ECG monitors are always an excellent diagnostic investment. Contact a representative today for pricing options.

Common Patient Questions

Our goal is to empower doctors and medical professionals by offering insights that will enable them to confidently respond to inquiries from their patients. By anticipating and answering these questions, we aim to facilitate smoother and more informed conversations between doctors and those seeking insights into their heart health.

What is an EKG Machine?

An EKG (Electrocardiogram) machine is a vital medical device used to measure and record the electrical activity of the heart over a specific period. This non-invasive test helps health care professionals assess the heart's health, detect irregularities, and diagnose various cardiac conditions. The EKG machine produces a visual representation of the heart's electrical impulses, known as an electrocardiogram, which provides valuable insights into the heart's rhythm and function.

How do EKG-ECG Machines Work?

EKG-ECG machines work by detecting and recording the electrical signals generated by the heart during each heartbeat. The process involves placing electrodes on specific areas of the patient's body, typically on the chest, arms, and legs. These electrodes are connected to the EKG machine, which then captures the electrical impulses and translates them into a graphical representation.

The machine produces a series of waves and patterns on the electrocardiogram, each corresponding to a different phase of the cardiac cycle. These patterns include the P-wave, QRS complex, and T-wave, providing information about atrial and ventricular activity, as well as the overall heart rhythm.

Health care professionals analyze these patterns to identify abnormalities, such as irregular heartbeats, heart attacks, or other cardiac conditions. EKG-ECG machines play a crucial role in diagnosing and monitoring heart-related issues, enabling doctors to tailor treatment plans and interventions based on the individual patient's needs.

ECG vs EKG: What's the Difference?

Though the terms EKG and ECG are often interchanged, they mean the same thing. ECG is the English abbreviation for electrocardiogram while EKG comes from the German word elektrokardiogramm.

The EKG/ECG is a non-invasive test that provides a graphical reading of a patient's heart rhythm. Using wires painlessly attached to the chest (and sometimes limbs) via electrode stickers, physicians can quickly monitor the heart's electrical system.

What does an EKG Test Show?

Time Internal Measurement and Electrical Monitoring

The ECG/EKG provides physicians with two types of information.1

  • Time Interval Measurement - The time it takes for electrical waves to pass through the heart. This can help to define arrhythmias, indicating a potential problem with a heart that beats too slow, too fast, or irregular.
  • Electrical Monitoring - An evaluation of the electrical activity passing through the heart muscle to detect overworked or enlarged areas.

Heart Health and Conditions

Physicians will often order an ECG/EKG to help diagnose or monitor existing conditions including:

  • Atrial Fibrillation1 (also called AFib or AF): Quivering or irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia) that can lead to blood clots, stroke, heart failure and other heart-related complications.
  • Coronary Heart Disease1 (also called coronary artery disease): The buildup of plaque in the heart's arteries that could lead to heart attack.
  • Heart Attacks2 (previous or pending): A result of narrowed coronary arteries; buildup of plaque from fat, cholesterol, or other substances.

EKG Strip

Each time the heart beats, an electrical impulse/wave travels through the heart. This is what causes the heart muscle to squeeze and pump blood. The EKG/ECG provides the physician with a snapshot of that action and the timing of the top and lower chambers. The strip of patterns created by the EKG/ECG has several components1:

  • P Wave - The first wave appearing in the upper chamber
  • PR Interval - The time from the onset of the P wave to the start of the QRS complex
  • QRS Complex - The wave created by the right and left bottom chambers or ventricles
  • T Wave - The electrical return/recovery to a resting state

Together, these pattern representations allow a physician to quickly detect any abnormality and begin appropriate treatment.

The History of Electrocardiograms

While cardiac illness dates back centuries, it wasn't until the late 1700's modern society began tracking heartbeats and exploring ways to monitor pulse, albeit without the use of sophisticated equipment. In 1872, Gabriel Lippman invented the capillary electrometer, intended to measure pulse driven voltage changes to the body's surface. Then in 1887, A.D Waller utilized Lippman's invention and recorded the first measurement of a beating heart. Though imperfect, these early scientists and inventors helped pave the way for Willem Einthoven, a Dutch scientist who went on to win the 1924 Nobel Prize in Medicine for inventing the first electrocardiography system for medical diagnosis.2

In the years since, the EKG (also known as ECG) continues to be perfected and remains one of the most powerful investigative tools available in medicine, producing valuable patient insight and helping to save countless lives.

Buying ECG/EKG Machines from Henry Schein Medical

Not every EKG/ECG configuration will be appropriate for your specific needs. And, with so many options including portability, screen size, data storage, power supply, and lead capacity, you may not know where to start. At Henry Schein Medical, our sales representatives and capital equipment specialists stand ready to support you through your purchasing journey. With years of experience matching products to purpose, our team can help walk you through your must-have-list and guide you to the EKG/ECG machine best suited for your practice. They're also a great resource for any questions related to financing, equipment integration, installation, delivery, or product training.