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    • Soma Technology is the industry leader in refurbished capital medical equipment. 2017 just marked Soma’s 25th anniversary, and we look forward to excelling in the refurbished capital medical equipment space. Soma Technology offers EKG Machines at up to 50% savings with the same service and warranty as new. Soma Technology not only refurbishes EKG machines technically, they are also aesthetically enhanced through cosmetic restoration.

      These EKG Machines and all of our products are brought up to original equipment manufacturer's specifications. Each product undergoes; disassembly, inspection, cleaning, repair, replacement of necessary parts, calibration, and special cosmetic restoration. Before leaving our facility these EKG machines, like all of our products, go through our quality control checking station. This station ensures every product that leaves our facility function and looks the way the OEM intended.

    •  What is an EKG Machine?

      Most people would recognize the trace or waveform that is displayed on an EKG machine as shorthand for the medical field. The waveform is found everywhere from billboards for medical services to online advertisements and has become synonymous with the iconography of good health. Many companies use this pattern to identify an association with medical care, as the heart is historically referenced to living a healthy life. It can be found in our Soma Technology logo! Cartoons and television shows use a flat line to show that someone has passed. However, reading these machines and the doctors and nurses who use them, have a slightly more complicated role to play in healthcare.

      EKG machines are a vital resource that cardiologists and healthcare professionals depend on. EKG is short for electrocardiogram and can be referred to as EKG or an ECG. The word derived from the Greek. Electro for electric, Kardio for the heart, and Graph for “to write”. This helps doctors and clinicians diagnose what course of treatment follows the diagnosis.

      Each time the heart pumps, it sends an electrical signal. The EKG machine is able to record how often one of these electro signals are sent. This is a noninvasive process with 12 leads that are put on different parts of the body. These leads detect how strong the different signals are and calculate the physical waveform. Each lead views the heart from a different angle. 3 and 5-Lead EKG machines are classified as portable. They record limited heart activity and are primarily used to monitor a patient’s heart during surgery, or on the way to the hospital. A 12-Lead EKG uses 6 electrodes around the heart and on the chest, and 4 electrodes on each arm and leg. These 10 electrodes together monitor electrical impulses from 12 different angles. Learn more about EKG Machines here.

    •  Where is an EKG Machine Used?

      An EKG would be used on anyone who is at risk of having a heart defect or problem. These issues include First, Second, and Third-Degree Heart Block, Mobitz Type I, and Mobitz Type II. People who are hooked up to an EKG Machine are being monitored for significant changes in their heart function.

    •  What is a Trained Clinician Looking For?

      Clinicians look for information about the rate and rhythm of heartbeats. Through this knowledge, they can begin to formulate the general health of the cardiac muscles and its natural electrical system. Thus, allowing the clinicians to check for causes, or side effects from medications on the heart. They can also check for abnormalities caused by other health conditions, or to estimate the size and position of the heart chambers.

      EKGs or Electrocardiograms can be done at a hospital, clinic, or cardiologist’s office. Typically, the patient is placed laying in the face upward (supine) position. Depending on the type of EKG test being conducted, the number of electrodes placed on the body varies with the number of leads that are connected to the machine. The most common EKG Machines we sell are either 3-lead EKG machines or 12-Lead EKG Machines.

    •  What Brands of EKG Machines Does Soma Technology Sell?

      Soma Technology has one of the largest inventories in the industry. Our inventory consists of refurbished EKG machines from top manufacturers. Soma Technology sells Burdick EKG machines, GE EKG machines, Philips EKG machines, Mortara EKG machines, Schiller EKG machines, and Welch Allyn EKG machines.

      Some of our top selling EKG machines are the GE MAC 5500HD, Philips PageWriter TC70, and the Burdick Atria 6100.

    •  Are you looking for EKG Machine Rentals?

      For over 25 years, Soma Technology has specialized in outfitting healthcare facilities with quality new and refurbished capital medical equipment. We have become a market leader due to our commitment to industry advancements; while maintaining the highest level of customer satisfaction. We have three main rental programs including short-term, long-term, and rent-to-own. Soma’s rental program was established to assist the medical industry with capital care equipment. Regardless of the size, location, or financial circumstances of your facility, we can provide you with the healthcare equipment you need.

      Soma Technology Inc. offers many EKG machine rentals from top manufacturers like GE and Philips. Some of our most popular rentals are the GE MAC 5500HD rental, the GE MAC 5500 rental, and the Philips PageWriter TC70 rental. Want to view more EKG machine rentals? Click here.

    •  Why Choose Refurbished?

      Cost is the biggest deterrent to buying refurbished. Buying refurbished capital medical equipment allows the buyer to acquire about two refurbished devices at the cost of one new one. This helps smaller hospitals with their budget and competes with larger hospitals. The savings in hospital’s budgets can be allocated to other resources including new facilities, employment, and medical services. Refurbished equipment also allows the buyer to reduce, reuse, and recycle, contributing to a greener planet.

    •  Biggest Differences Between Used and Refurbished Equipment

      There is a large difference between used and refurbished equipment. Used equipment implies that the equipment comes “as is” from the previous owner. Used equipment has an assumed connotation of being mishandled, broken and/or does not properly function. Refurbished equipment is far different and much better. The devices are brought back to OEM specifications. Parts that are broken are replaced by Soma Technology’s large inventory of medical parts, which can be viewed at www.somamedicalparts.com. After these devices are fixed, they are enhanced cosmetically. The equipment is sanded, painted, and outfitted with new decals and stickers. Finally, the last process before shipping is a quality control check. This check ensures the product looks and operates properly. After it passes our QC, the product is wrapped up and ready for shipping. After unwrapping the product, it can be used as needed according to the owner’s manual.

 
 
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16-Lead PIMs - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Burdick Atria 3000's - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Burdick Atria 3100 - EKG Machine - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Burdick Atria 6100 - EKG Machine - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Burdick E350 EKG's - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Burdick E350i EKG's - Soma Technology, Inc.
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GE Marquette Mac 1200 EKG Machines - Soma Technology, Inc.
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GE MAC 1600 - EKG Machine - Soma Technology, Inc.
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GE Mac 2000 EKG Machines - Soma Technology, Inc.
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GE Mac 5500 EKG Systems - Soma Technology, Inc.
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GE Mac 5500HD EKG Systems - Soma Technology, Inc.
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GE Marquette Mac 3500 EKG's - Soma Technology, Inc.
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GE Marquette Mac 5000 EKG Systems - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Mortara ELI 230 EKG Machines - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Mortara ELI 250c EKG Machines - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Mortara ELI 280s - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Philips Pagewriter 300pi 200 100 Ml770a EKG Families - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Philips PageWriter TC30 EKG Machines - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Philips PageWriter TC50 - EKG - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Philips Pagewriter TC70 EKG Machines - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Philips PageWriter Touch EKGs - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Philips PageWriter Trim III EKGs - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Schiller At 10 Plus EKGs - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Schiller At 2 EKGs - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Welch Allyn CP 150's - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Welch Allyn CP 20 EKGs - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Welch Allyn CP 200 EKGs - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Welch Allyn Schiller At 2 Plus EKGs - Soma Technology, Inc.
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Questions about our EKG Machines?

Soma Technology, Inc offers a wide range of new, demo, and refurbished EKG Machines. If you have any questions about any of our EKG Machine or need a quick quote, call 1-800-GET-SOMA and one of our knowledgeable sales representatives will help you.

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