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ECG pads

Summary Information: ECG pads

ECG pads: ECG pads are hydrogel-filled pads placed on the chest to conduct electrical impulses from the heart to the electrocardiography machine. Hydrogel is a gel-like, water-absorbing polymeric compound that is used as a moist wound dressing.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: ECG pads

These diseases are related to the medical device ECG pads:

  • To monitor cardiac activity
  • Heart attack (acute myocardial infarction)

Other Names For ECG pads

  • Hydrogel pad

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