Blood Pressure Measurement with ECG trigger for treadmills

with ECG trigger

This option enables accurate and reliable automatic blood pressure measurement during a treadmill stress test, not disturbed by motion artifacts. The blood pressure module can be integrated with all commonly known and available stress test ECG equipment using RS232 and ECG connections. This means that the BP measurement can be started from the ECG stress test system and the data can be automatically recorded on the printed patient report. Korotkoff sounds are measured during BPM and analyzed using 3D K-sound analysis. This option can only be ordered in combination with the (Programmable) control unit with touchscreen (945814/5).
Note: in order to connect the BPM to the ECG system, always order the BPM custom pack belonging to the required ECG system additionally. The custom packs can be found under accessories.



The treadmill can be used in various ergometry fields, like cardiology, pulmonary function, rehabilitation, sports medicine and physiotherapy, as a stand alone unit or controlled by other equipment.

Easy to operate

For Lode products this means:
- easy to connect
- easy to move around
- easy user interface

High standards

Lode is a socially and environmentally responsible company. All Lode products are RoHS/WEE compliant and Lode is ISO 9001:2015, and ISO 13485:2016 certified. All medical products comply to MDD 93/42/EEC, incl. IEC 60601-1.


Small adjustment steps

The speed of the treadmill can be adjusted in the smallest steps of only 0.1 km/h!

Versatile Interfacing

Various interface protocols guarantee perfect communication with all commonly known stress ECG and spirometry equipment

Original Accessory

Accessory designed and manufactured according to the Lode company quality standards

Programming protocols

The ergometer is standard equipped with preprogrammed protocols (treadmill or bicycle). It is possible to create 50 user defined protocols, including the preprogrammed protocols. The heart rate option provides the possibility to create additional heart rate controlled protocols.


Minimum systolic measurement 50 mmHg Minimum BPM Measurement Range
Maximum systolic measurement 250 mmHg Maximum BPM Measurement Range
Minimum diastolic measurement 20 mmHg Minimum BPM Measurement Range
Maximum diastolic measurement 150 mmHg Maximum BPM Measurement Range
*Specifications are subject to change without notice.


The following cleaning methods have been applied 20 times to the cuff without any apparent negative effects.

1. Medical Disinfectant Spray
The cuff may be sprayed with a mild disinfectant solution (e.g. Cidezyme®, ENZOL®, or 10% bleach solution), rinsed with distilled water, and line dry. Ensure that no liquid enters the bladder tubing.

2. Medical Disinfect Wipe
Use a mild disinfectant wipe (e.g. Sani-Cloth®) and thoroughly wet cuff surface and line dry.

3. Machine Wash
Remove bladder and K-sound Microphone to machine wash the cuff shell. Machine wash warm (50–130°F, 10–54°C) with a mild detergent and line dry.
The K-sound Microphone can be cleaned using a mild disinfectant wipe (e.g. Sani-Cloth®) and letting the microphone line dry.
Presence of atrial or ventricular fibrillation, arrhythmias, pacemakers, etc. may interfere with the normal functionality of the BP monitor.

Specifications Blood Pressure Measurement Measurement: Auscultatory, using R-wave gating and k-sound analysis, during all static and active phases of stress testing. Systolic pressures correlate to a K-1 Korotkoff sound. Diastolic pressures correlate to K-5 Korotkoff sound. The device is designed to function in the presence of a normal ECG sinus rhythm. There are some physical conditions (i.e. Bundle Branch Block, Arrhythmias, Arial Fibrillation, Ventricular Fibrillation, Pacemakers, etc.) that may limit the ability of BP Monitor to obtain an accurate reading.

Notes on Blood Pressure Data Any blood pressure reading can be affected by the measurement site, the position of the patient, exercise, or the patient’s physiologic condition. Environmental or operational factors which can affect the performance of the device and/or its blood pressure reading are pacemakers and common arrhythmias such as atrial or ventricular premature beats or atrial fibrillation, arterial sclerosis, poor perfusion, diabetes, age, pregnancy, pre-eclampsia, renal diseases, patient motion, trembling, and shivering.

Part number

  • 945824
  • P945824 - BPM with trigger (ordered afterwards)


M945824 - manual Blood Pressure Measurement with ECG trigger English
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Poster Sports Medicine English
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Part number

  • 945824