The Cardio7, which includes a 7" hi-resolution color TFT LCD touch screen featuring a QWERTY keyboard, prints in multiple formats including 12, 6 and 3 channel reports.

The resting ECG device also supports USB flash drive and features one-touch operation (monitoring and recoding mode) with a real-time preview monitor.

The company said Cardio7, which has both pacemaker and automatic arrhythmia detection, is PC compatible through LAN and has a memory large enough to store up to 120 patients, while also offering 5 minute long-term recording.

In addition to cardiac devices, the company is involved in manufacturing EKG machines, patient monitors and fetal monitors.