A/C/E Chart Paper

Brand Matronix

An A/C/E chart paper refers to a specific type of paper used in medical and scientific contexts, particularly in electrocardiography (EKG or ECG) and fetal monitoring. Here's a breakdown of what each component typically represents:

A: The 'A' usually stands for 'Amplitude'. In EKG/ECG charts, amplitude refers to the height of the waveform, which corresponds to the electrical activity of the heart muscles. It indicates the strength of the electrical signal generated by the heart.

C: The 'C' stands for 'Calibration'. Calibration refers to the scale or grid on the paper that helps measure time and voltage (amplitude) accurately. It ensures that the recorded data is correctly interpreted in terms of timing and magnitude.

E: The 'E' stands for 'Electrode'. Electrodes are the sensors attached to the patient's skin to detect and transmit the electrical signals from the heart or other physiological processes. The placement of electrodes is crucial for accurate data collection.


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