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Service Options for 2016

I - Service Contract: covers parts and labor for failure of system components except accessories.  Software upgrades free.  Discount on accessories 15%.  Repair time a few to several days.

II - Service Contract with Loaner Equipment: service contract listed above with necessary loaner equipment shipped same day.

III - Time and Materials: test and inspection fee applies plus parts and labor for making necessary repairs.  Repair time is a few to several weeks depending on availability of parts.  Software available for a fee.

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Display Software

The monitor display is user configurable.  A typical display configuration is shown below.  In this example, the parameters monitored are ECG, respiration and temperature. D tection of the R-wave (QRS complex) is indicated by the presence of a red dot on the cardio sweep display above the R-wave peak.

The respiration waveform dips during animal inspiration and exhibits only small changes in amplitude during expiration.  Expiration is indicated by the presence of a red bar above the appropriate portion of the waveform.

White dots in the cardio sweep display are also shown in the respiration sweep display.  They indicate times when gates have been sent to the scanner to initiate image data acquisition.  In this case, the gating algorithm included both ECG and respiration, so red dots (R-waves) only generate white dots (gates) when they occur during animal expiration.