Cardinal Health Kendall 530 Foam Electrodes

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Electrodes

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Cardinal Health Kendall 530 Foam Electrodes

ECG electrodes designed for superior performance testing and use for adult stress, holter, and diaphoretic applications. The highly aggressive adhesive on the Kendall 530 Foam electrode makes these functional for even the most challenging of clinical or testing environments. The foam substrate on the ECG electrodes conforms easily to the skin and guarantees consistent tracings due to electrical contact from the pads. The patented conductive adhesive hydrogel increases adhesion and leaves no messy residue on patients after tests have been run. The teardrop-shaped foam pads will stay fresh and usable out of the package for up to 30 days.

Cardinal Health Kendall 530 Foam Electrodes Features:

  • Aggressive adhesion.
  • Foam Backing substrate conforms easily to skin to ensure electrical contact for consistent tracings.
  • Teardrop shape for easy release and removal.
  • Patented conductive adhesive hydrogel

Specifications:

Quantity 30/Pack or 600/Case
Application ECG Snap Electrode
Backing Material Foam Backing
Connection Type Snap Connector
Dimensions 1 3/4"
Securing Method Adhesive
Shape Round - Teardrop
Type Stress Testing
User Adult
X-Ray Compatibility Non-Radiolucent

Shipping, Payment, & Returns

Shipping

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Return Policy

30-day return policy.

You can request a return up to 30 days after receiving your item. To be eligible for a return, your item must be in the same condition that you received it, unworn or unused, with tags, and in its original packaging. You’ll also need the receipt or proof of purchase.

To start a return, you can contact us. If your return is accepted, we’ll send you a return shipping label, as well as instructions on how and where to send your package. Items sent back to us without first requesting a return will not be accepted.

Contact us for any return questions at support@bttnusa.com

FAQs

Kendall 530 Foam Electrodes Faqs FAQs

Where do electrodes go for an ECG?

During an ECG, electrodes (small pads) are attached to the patient's skin on their chest, arms, and legs.

What's the difference between an ECG and an EKG?

ECG and EKG are the same procedure. ECG is based on the English spelling (electrocardiogram) and EKG is German (elektrokardiogramm).

What is a 12-lead ECG?

It's a test used to measure the electrical activity of the heart using leads.

Will I feel electric shocks from the electrodes in an ECG?

You will not feel electric shocks during an ECG because there's no electricity being produced. During an ECG, electric pulses are being measured within your body, that's it.

What are ECGs measuring?

ECGs show how fast the heart is beating, the strength of the electrical impulses in various parts of the heart, and the rhythm of the heart (steady vs irregular).

What's the difference between leads and electrodes?

Electrodes are the pads attached to the skin from which the reading of electrical currents is measured. Leads are graphical descriptions of the electrical activity of the heart.

What’s the difference between an EMG, ECG, and EEG?

ECG and EKG test electrical activity in the heart EEG tests electrical activity in the brain EMG tests muscles and their nerve cells

How long does it take to get ECG results?

The entire ECG testing process takes about 10 minutes to attach the electrodes and complete the test. It then typically takes a few days for the physician to review and send the results to you.