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3M™ Red Dot™ Monitoring Electrode with Foam Tape and Sticky Gel 2570-5

3M ID 70200757253Catalog Number 2570-5
Discontinued
  • Conveniently packaged in individual strips of ten electrodes for easy use and less waste
  • Remains fresh for 30 days out of the bag
  • High performance adhesive offers instant adhesion and up to five-day wear with excellent patient skin care and comfort
  • Sticky gel delivers excellent trace quality resulting in better patient information
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Specifications
Brand
Red Dot™
Department
Cardiac Rehab, Cath Lab, EMS/ER, ICU/CCU, OR
Electrode Size
1.60" x 1.36"
Electrode Type
Diaphoretic, Fluid Resistant, Monitoring
Gel Type
Sticky
Material
Foam
Model
2570-5
Monitoring Event
Echo-Cardio, Stress Test, Telemetry/Holter/Event
Package Contents
5 Electrodes/Package
Patient
Adult
Product Type
Electrode
Product Use
Diaphoretic, Monitoring
Radiolucency
Radiolucent
Skin Prep Included
No
Skin Type
Normal
Wear Time
Up to Five Days
Product Details
  • Conveniently packaged in individual strips of ten electrodes for easy use and less waste
  • Remains fresh for 30 days out of the bag
  • High performance adhesive offers instant adhesion and up to five-day wear with excellent patient skin care and comfort
  • Sticky gel delivers excellent trace quality resulting in better patient information
  • Smaller size electrode is easier to place, and minimizes skin irritation for better patient comfort
  • 2570 with Microreplicated Trace Prep surface, gently prepares skin for optimal trace quality
  • 2570 electrode is radiolucent to allow for easy, cost-effective use throughout the hospital

1.6 inch x 1.36 inch (4cm x 3,5cm) Monitoring Electrode with Foam Tape and Sticky Gel, radiolucent stud, with abrader (5 Each/Bag; 200 Bag/Case)

Suggested Applications

  • ECG monitoring
  • For applications requiring high adhesion
  • For hospital-wide use; especially suited for the ER, OR and Catheter Lab or ICU and Paramedics