TRANSFORM YOUR LANDLINE PHONE INTO A ECG DEVICE WITH CARDIO’B

SHL Telemedicine enables you to transmit your vital signs through your ECG device immediately over the phone – at any time given time that you may notice symptoms throughout the day and at night. You will receive instant feedback to your ECG during this same phone call.
– Our medical providers will be able to clarify if it was a false alarm, or in case of an emergency, they will contact the rescue center.


HOW TO USE CARDIO’B

1

Take the Cardio’B, the electrodes, and the belt out of the case. To attach the device to your body with ease, slide the buckle along the direction of the arrow until the end of the elastic band.

2

Pull the elastic band and the buckle to the front and snap them into the right side of the case.

3

The next few steps are best performed while standing. Hold the case in your left hand behind your back.

4

Once firmly buckled, adjust the elastic band until the case is tightly in place and doesn’t slip or lower itself. Make sure it is placed in the middle of your chest.

5

Assure that the arrow is pointing at the center of your chest with the case, that the case is sitting firmly on your chest, and that your belt isn’t tangled. Make sure that the electrodes from the belt are touching the left side of your body and that the belt is pulled up to your underarms.

6

Place the black, angular electrode on your waist line between your navel and your left hip. Please ensure that the electrode remains in place during the entire transfer process.

7

Raise your right arm, place the round, gray electrode in your armpit, and lower your arm again.

8

Call the telemedicine center and

9

If prompted, press and hold down the orange colored (resp. white control button) until you hear a high pitched sound. Hold down the control button for five seconds. As soon as the transfer begins, lower and place your left arm on your left leg while you gently press the belt with your inner arm. You may continue your conversation with the medical provider once the sound of the transfer stops.