SKU 02 P 040x
Manufacturer SR-Medizinelektronik

SRA+V2 Recorder (Version 2)

SRA+V2 Recorder - Splash Profed and with up to 18 days continuous recording time
929,00 € excl tax
Delivery time: on stock

The SRA+ recorder in version 2 (SRA+V2) is our newest LZ-EKG recorder, which can be glued very quickly and easily directly to the skin of the patient. The recorder is showerproof and the built-in battery allows up to 18 days of recording time. The SRA+V2 records 2 or 3 ECG channels as well as the patient's movement and temperature in high resolution, so that valuable additional information is available for analysis. The SRA+V2 recorder has a Bluetooth radio interface built in, which can be used to program the recorder and perform a simple system check with Windows / MAC OS / Android and iOS devices.

Depending on the configuration, the SRA+V2 recorder can be used as a continuous LZ ECG recorder, as a loop/event recorder or for continuous local/mobile patient monitoring.

The data download after the examination is done via the integrated USB interface.

The advantages of the SRA+V2 recorder at a glance:

  • only 62 x 38 x 18 mm small and 44 gr light
  • Long-term ECG Recorder, Loop/Event Recorder, Patient Monitoring 
  • Cost-effective and simplest assembly with 3 or 4 standard electrodes
  • maximum patient comfort
  • 2 or 3 ECG channels with excellent signal quality
  • 3 high-resolution motion channels
  • integrated temperature sensor, 2 additional external temperature sensors are optionally available
  • all channels are configurable (incl. sampling frequency)
  • Bluetooth radio interface
  • USB interface (optional)
  • Android and iOS compatible
  • Operation with a rechargeable battery
  • inexpensive

CardioExplorer analysis software (optional):
The CardioExplorer analysis software is characterized by a fast and good QRS complex detection, so that after about 30 seconds the analyzed result of an analysis is available to you. In the software itself, you now have many control and reclassification options, so that you can compile your complete report including the corresponding examples in a short time and then print it or process it electronically.
In the following we give you a small insight into the possibilities of the CardioExplorer analysis software. If you would like further information or are interested in an online presentation or a trial order, please contact us.

The database manages your patients and examinations and
offers numerous filter and sorting options.

The recorder programming also takes place in the database window, and for recorders with Bluetooth interface also the online system control.
The software offers you a wide range of options for import / export and, of course, for data archiving.
Optionally the software can also be installed and used in the network, so that different clients have access to the ECG data and reports. 
The online plant control can also be used for monitoring and screening purposes, so that you get a clear overview of all relevant online data of your patient.
An online analysis works in the background, which enables an immediate classification of the data and thus also ensures automatic monitoring of your patient. Analysis parameters and alarm values can be specified individually.
For studies or swimming telemetry, examination procedures can be flexibly specified so that you can quickly and easily obtain comparable data sets. 
When you analyze a stored record, the overall result is first displayed in the form of an event overview, so that you can quickly get an overview of the history of the recording and the events that occurred.
You can immediately access all detected events and - if necessary - make changes to the classification for single strokes or entire stroke classes.
With a mouse click, examples for the report can be stored and, of course, flexibly documented.
The actual "tidying up" takes place in the template analysis, in which the different morphologies are combined into corresponding impact classes.
These can be reclassified quickly and easily, either completely or just individually.
The stroke classes are of course synchronized with the ECG window, so that when you evaluate the individual strokes, not only the respective QRS complex, but also the corresponding sequences are displayed.
Finally, your changes are incorporated into the overall result by a reanalysis.
A further control option for the individual impact classes is offered by the 3D display, in which an adjustable number of complexes are displayed one after the other, which can then be scrolled through again page by page.
This allows you to very quickly check the automatic classification of the system and change it if necessary.
The trend analysis shows you either the course of the heart rate, the RR times or the ST changes over the entire examination period or selected time ranges.
You can move the mouse to the interesting passages and immediately evaluate the corresponding ECG sequence.
The desired trend curves can be stored for the report
In the ECG overview window you can display and evaluate more than 1 hour of ECG data in one window. Thus you can visualize the data of the entire recording and then browse through it manually or automatically.
In case of anomalies, a short mouse click is sufficient to display the corresponding ECG sequence in the ECG window.
In this overview, data areas of any size can be excluded from the analysis.Any number of pages can be stored for the report.
The ECG overview as full screen display.
The CardioExplorer software of course also includes the heart frequency variability analysis, which is analyzed in both time and frequency domain. All standrad parameters are calculated and clearly summarized.
If you want to use other software packages for the HRV for further analyses, you can export either the ECG raw data or the RR times of the entire examination. This data can then be imported and analyzed with the HRV scanner or the Kubios HRV software.
HRV analysis in the frequency domain
Hourly RR distribution for the investigation period
If desired, you can also have the essential rhythm disturbances over the time domain graphically displayed and, of course, documented.
The documentation can be selected individually for each patient and then printed directly or first checked in a print preview.
Example of the event overview in the print preview.
At this point, you can also adapt your printout to suit your requirements and remove or insert complete pages or individual objects.
Example of an ECG sequence in the print preview.
Your report can also be generated as a Word document at the click of a mouse, so that findings can also be made here with the aid of text modules.
The Word document can be automatically saved on your server and inserted into the patient file.