Ambu© VLC Blue Sensor© ECG electrodes, Holter & Event (25)

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The very large Ambu Blue Sensor VLC features highly conductive wet gel and a combination of instant and long-term adhesives for excellent contact and stable signals throughout the monitoring period. To avoid reactions on sensitive skin, a special soft sponge is used in the gel area.

Thanks to the low-profile microporous material, skin is able to breathe so the electrode remains comfortable to wear over long periods.  Pack size 25

The key benefits of the Ambu Blue Sensor VLC ECG Electrodes:

  • Highly conductive wet gel
  • Combination of instant and long-term adhesives
  • Breathable microporous material
  • Special soft sponge
  • Unique offset concept
  • High-quality Ag/AgCl sensor

Description

Ambu© VLC Blue Sensor© ECG electrodes

Unique construction, advanced production methods, careful and original design, application-specific user features and proven quality make Ambu BlueSensor electrodes the most reliable and cost-effective electrodes on the market.

 

WHITE PAPERS FROM CLINICAL STUDIES:
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
Offset Electrodes Versus Standard Electrodes in Ambulatory Monitoring
READ ABSTRACT launch
Year: 1987
Journal: Crit Care Nurse
Author: Nieminski KE
Publication details: 1987 Mar-Apr;7(2):118-9

 

WHITE PAPERS
Clinical Investigations involving ECG Electrodes
READ ABSTRACT launch
Year: 2011
Author: Malene Barré Pedersen, PhD, Clinical Research Specialist, Clinical Research Department Ambu A/S
Performance of Ambu Blue Sensor NEO X – A New Electrode for ECG-Monitoring of Preterm Neonatal Patients
READ ABSTRACT launch
Year: 2010
Journal: Clinical Research Department Ambu A/S
Author: Malene Barré Pedersen, PhD, Clinical Research Specialist
Ambu Blue Sensor® SU electrodes vs. MSB (Maersk) Biotab electrodes for resting ECG. A clinical phase IV study
READ ABSTRACT launch
Year: 2001
Author: Clinical department, Ambu
User evaluation: Comparison of the disposable Blue Sensor SU electrode and the traditional reusable Welsh
READ ABSTRACT launch
Year: 2001
Author: Clinical department, Ambu
Disposable vs. reusable electrodes for resting ECG, a study on hospitalised patients
READ ABSTRACT launch
Year: 2000
Author: Clinical department, Ambu
Disposable Ambu Blue Sensor SU electrodes versus reusable electrodes for resting ECG
READ ABSTRACT launch
Year: 2000
Author: Clinical department, Ambu
Hygiene Study: Reusable vacuum system electrodes for resting ECG
READ ABSTRACT launch
Year: 1999
Author: Clinical department, Ambu
User Evaluation: Disposable Ambu Blue Sensor SU electrodes vs. Re-usable Vacuum System Electrodes for Resting ECG Ambu
READ ABSTRACT launch
Year: 1999
Author: Clinical department, Ambu
Disposable Ambu Blue Sensor SU electrodes versus reusable Welsh electrodes for resting ECG
READ ABSTRACT launch
Year: 1999
Author: Clinical department, Ambu
ECG Electrodes: Single use and nothing else
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Journal
Ambu A/S Clinical department, Ambu
Author
2007 Mazzaro, Nazarena, PhD – Director Corporate Clinical Research and Biosafety

 

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION
Symbols on ambu.com (285,79 KB – PDF)
BROCHURES
Ambu BlueSensor catalog 2015 (7,92 MB – PDF)
Ambu Cardiology catalog 2015 (12,09 MB – PDF)
INSTRUCTION FOR USE
Ambu BlueSensor catalog 2015 (7,92 MB – PDF)
DATASHEETS
Ambu® BlueSensor SU Datasheet (283,71 KB – PDF)

 

ABPI MD Booklet and further reading

ABPI-MD-Booklet-EN

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MESI ABPI MD Journal of Vascular Health and Risk Management

TASC II Guidelines

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