Diagnostic Exams Made Simple
- One device for spirometry and PC-based ECG software allows for a common workflow and setup
- ECG and spirometry applications launch directly from your EMR
- Spirometer automatically detects ambient pressure and temperature—eliminating manual entry
- Spirometry exam quality and test performance can be verified instantly
- An incentive screen helps your patients perform spirometry exams correctly
- Repeatability criteria provide feedback and opportunities for exam coaching
- Patient data is protected with secure user logins, user roles and audit trails
- PDFs can be saved to any network folder
Designed with Your Workflow in Mind
Our spirometer uses disposable, single-use transducers to help reduce the risk of cross-contamination between exams. Before an exam, its sensors automatically record ambient temperature, air pressure and humidity — so you don’t have to.
Spirometry Made Simple
An incentive screen and other exam features can help you instantly verify the quality and variability of each spirometry effort. And repeatability criteria provide feedback to identify opportunities for exam coaching in real-time.
Education & Documentation
Get in the know to get the most value out of your solution.
Installation Guide for the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite
How to Modify a PDF with the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite
System Configuration for the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite
Spirometry Workflow for the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite
Spirometer Calibration for the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite
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Frequently Asked QuestionsExpand all
Can I download the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite software?keyboard_arrow_down
Software for the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite is only available on USB. To request a copy, please contact Hillrom Customer Care at 1-800-535-6663.
How do I know if the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite will work with my EMR/EHR?keyboard_arrow_down
The Diagnostic Cardiology Suite is compatible with many of today's EMR/EHR products. To learn if yours is one of them, please see our Connected Partner list.
Can the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite Resting ECG accurately test and interpret results for pediatric patients? And what is the youngest patient age?keyboard_arrow_down
The Diagnostic Cardiology Suite ECG uses the VERITAS algorithm, which is suitable for patients of any age, from neo-natal to adult.
Is the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite compatible with operating systems other than Windows (e.g., Linux or Macintosh)?keyboard_arrow_down
No. The Diagnostic Cardiology Suite is only compatible with Windows operating systems. Please refer to its Minimum System Requirements documentation to see the supported Windows versions.
Where can I find the serial number for the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite?keyboard_arrow_down
Your Diagnostic Cardiology Suite's serial number can be found on the Product ID card that shipped with the product. During installation, a prompt requires you enter the serial number, so it is also stored within the software itself. If you've successfully completed installation, you can log into the system, select System Configurations > About, and see the serial number listed in that section.
What maintenance do you recommend for my Diagnostic Cardiology Suite?keyboard_arrow_downSee the Cleaning section in the system's User Manual for details. Follow its recommended regular cleaning procedures, in accordance with your on-site policies. We further recommended that you regularly calibrate the spirometer; see the Spirometry User Manual for details.
What is the default administrative password for the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite?keyboard_arrow_down
The Diagnostic Cardiology Suite is installed with an administrative account called "admin." A unit's default password can be found in its Manager manual, which is included on the USB storage device that ships with it. We recommend you modify the default password after installation.
Where can I find minimum system requirements for the Diagnostic Cardiology Suite?keyboard_arrow_down
Please refer to the User Manual and other supporting documentation to find system requirements.