VIewECG Web displays ECG waveforms in these standard layouts:
- Rhythm 12x1
- Rhythm 6x2
- Rhythm 6x2 and Long Lead
- Rhythm 3x4
- Rhythm 3x4 and Long Lead
- Rhythm Superimposed
- Representative Beat 12x1
- Representative Beat 6x2
- Representative Beat 6x2 and Superimposed
- Representative Beat 3x4
- Representative Beat 3x4 and Superimposed
- Representative Beat Superimposed
Example: ECGs displayed in "Representative Beat 3x4" format
Example: ECGs displayed in "Rhythm 6x2" format
Example: ECGs displayed in "Rhythm 12x1" format
Example: ECGs displayed in "Rhythm 3x4 and Long Lead II" format
VIewECG Web supports ECG annotations beyond the ECG trace display. The annotations can be retrieved from the input file or passed through a specific API.
Example: ECG visualization with annotations.
ViewECG Web provides the following user interactions:
- Horizontal scroll: Scroll the ECG waveforms along the time axis by using the horizontal scroll-bar at the bottom of the Viewport (in a PC browser) or moving one finger horizontally through the Viewport (in a mobile browser with touchscreen support).
Example: The first 5 seconds of the selected ECG are displayed on the viewport. The horizontal scroll-bar at the bottom of the representation is enabled.
Example: Horizontal scroll gesture for mobile browser.
- Vertical scroll: When the number of leads (rows) visualized in the viewport is less than the total number of rows, the user can select any specific lead of interest which can be displayed by using the vertical scroll-bar on the right of the ECG waveforms (in a PC browser) or moving a finger vertically through the Viewport (in a mobile browser with touchscreen support).
Example: In the viewport only lead II is displayed.
Example: Vertical scroll gesture for mobile browser.
- Zoom: Increase or decrease the visible seconds by turning the mouse wheel up/down (in a PC browser) or moving two fingers inside the Viewport (in a mobile browser with touchscreen support).
Example: Pinch to zoom gesture for mobile browser.
- Manual caliper: Manually measure Time (i.e. duration) and Voltage (i.e. amplitude) with the available manual calipers (if enabled).
Example: horizontal time-caliper to manually measure time intervals.
Example: vertical voltage-caliper to manually measure amplitude intervals.
Through a set of available APIs, it’s possible to customize the ECG visualization from the Client application:
- ECG layout
- Paper speed
- Number of leads