The Rhythm Display Interface (RDI) is an interface device which allows 3-lead, 12-lead, and hemodynamic simulator output to be displayed on a conventional television monitor, projector, or LCD display screen. This interface device works similar in nature to our current Arrhythmia Display Interface but has been expanded for 12-lead simulators and additional viewing methods. The RDI can be connected to any simulator or manikin to display the rhythms on a television. Additional features allow the RDI to freeze action, display a grid, and enlarge a rhythm. This display interface is ideal for teaching students in a class room environment or as a cost alternative to expensive patient monitors.
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