(ABPM-05 / BlueBP-05: over 2,5V; ABPM-04, card(X)Plore, apneABP: over 5,37V )
Connect the device to the PC and program it. The clock will self-adjust to the correct time.
When programming the device insert the memory card fully into the recorder and connect the device with the supplied optical cable to your PC. During programming all data stored on the card will be erased.
After monitoring session insert the memory card into your card reader unit built into or connected to your PC to transfer recorded data to your database.
CardioVisions: ABPM-04, ABPM-05, BlueBP-05, apneABP, card(X)plore, CardioMera, CardioBlue
EasyABPM: ABPM-04, ABPM-05.M
The System Administrator’s account is created during the software installation by default. The System Administrator can create and has access to the User’s account, but only the User can see medical data.
Login to the software as a System Administrator, whose default login name and password are both admin. As a System Administrator, you can modify the User’s password.
If You cannot login as a System Administrator, the user.FF2 file should be sent back to Meditech to restore default data.
CardioVisions: Tools/Options/Standard report/ABPM report. Or in the 'Evaluation' screen you can add an active frame either to the report by clicking on the related icon.
CardioVisions: Tools/Options/Standard Report
Download the latest version after logging in.
Yes, if the software is installed on the other computer. If you want to use your existing database, you can
Creating a backup from any software database is strongly recommended to prevent data loss. It is advised to create a backup often, monthly, weekly or even daily depending on the frequency of the software usage.
The function is available both for the User (Tools/Backup) and for the System Administrator (Tools/System administrator tools/Backup and restore). While the former can create backups only manually, the latter has the possibility to create backups both manually and automatically according to preset intervals.
The function is available in Tools/Maintenance.
Data archiving in CardioVisions refers to the long-term storage of the large-size Holter ECG recordings in order to free up space in the database. Archiving can be done either by the User or the system administrator.