Richmond Pharmacology enhances its established GE MUSE platform with the State-of-the-art Mortara 12-lead telemetry setup

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November 2011

Richmond Pharmacology enhances its established GE MUSE platform with theState-of-the-art Mortara 12-lead telemetry setupEnhancing our well tested GE MUSE platform, Richmond Pharmacology today added the state-of-the-art Mortara 12-lead telemetry setup providing the most comprehensive TQT measurement platform available.Key features include:

  • 12-lead Telemetry Monitoring

With the Mortara X12+  and T12S  transmitters, the Surveyor  Telemetry Central System enables continuous 12-lead monitoring and trending for thorough evaluation of ECG intervals, ST segment change, and arrhythmias using VERITAS  ECG algorithms.

  • 12-lead ECG On-Demand

Continuous 12-lead monitoring enables diagnostic 12-lead ECG acquisition on-demand without any additional device or patient hookup.  12-lead ECGs with VERITAS measurements and interpretation can be printed and exported to an E-Scribe� data management system either manually or automatically.This is an alternative to our established GE GETEMED 12-lead Holter platform.At Richmond Pharmacology we are so confident that we can deliver a successful TQT study we ensure a fixed price guarantee. Furthermore our confidence in our experience means that should we fail to show Thorough QT assay sensitivity we will repeat your study at no cost to you.Contact a member of our Business Development team now to discuss your prospective QT study requirements.

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