Mednet Healthcare Technologies, Inc., established in 1989, provides a remote cardiac monitoring solution that features both patient monitoring services and medical device manufacturing. Mednet provides services, nationwide to thousands of physicians from hundreds of hospitals, and offices. Mednet's Heart-Care monitoring center is powered by highly-qualified, dedicated personnel who integrate a spectrum of monitoring technologies and patient management systems to offer optimum support to clinicians and cardiac patients. Mednet's Universal Medical, Inc. designs and manufactures high-quality technologically advanced medical devices.
Pacetrak™ Plus ENR The features are Universal phone cradle design operates regardless of which direction the phone handset is positioned in cradle, Self-contained "kit" includes all accessories needed for testing, Compatible with all pacemakers and all ECG receiving stations. Read More
Pacetrak™ Speaks The features are By pressing the keys on the phone at the receiving end (DTMF signals), clinicians can alert patients and improve signal quality remotely, In addition to visual indicators, device also announces instruction to patient (i.e. "PLEASE PICK UP THE PHONE"), Self-contained "kit" includes magnet, wrist or finger-tip electrodes, 9V battery, and operators manual. Read More
Pacetrak Plus ENR Designed for convenient and simplified remote cardiac monitoring, Pacetrak Plus ENR maximizes patient compliance and minimizes unsuccessful pacemaker tests. In just minutes, a patient may transmit heart rhythm and pacemaker activity from any telephone to a centralized receiving system. Read More
Pacetrak Speaks The portable, battery-operated Pacetrak Speaks transmits realtime ECGs and pacemaker information over a standard telephone to Cardiostation or a similar ECG receiving station. Through improved patient alert features and a Universal phone-cradle design, communication between clinicians and patients is simple and understandable. Read More
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