GE Healthcare MAC 3500 ECG Recorder

The MAC 3500 ECG Recorder is an A4 paper 12 channel Resting ECG with measurements and interpretation, with MobileLink communications.


Ideal for basic 12-lead resting ECG analysis, the MAC 3500 system delivers the technology you need for reliable and accurate cardiac assessments with a common interface and intuitive operation that sets the groundwork for increased productivity and efficiency. All contained in an affordable and reliable electrocardiograph unit.

So that your work is easier.

The MAC 3500 provides you with important fundamentals – a proven suite of ECG analysis algorithms and applications –scaled to fit your needs, so there’s no additional expense for features you don’t require.

With the MAC 3500, you get the strength of our clinically-proven Marquette ECG analysis programs. It’s the same technology that’s found throughout our family of premier ECG analysis systems, providing you with consistent measurement and interpretation.

These programs continue to be the preferred choice of hospitals, clinics, physician offices and clinical research organizations for their uncompromising quality and reliability:

Marquette 12SL ECG simultaneous 12-lead ECG analysis program for adults and pediatrics – the industry’s most clinically validated program – remains your most trusted second opinion.
Marquette Hookup Advisor signal quality analysis program reviews and measures ECG waveforms for signs of artifact and interference, helping to eliminate poor waveform quality during the recording of ECGs.
Marquette 12SL with Gender-Specific Interpretation makes detecting acute myocardial infarction (MI) easier in women, even for occasional readers.
Optional communications package allows you to tap into the power of GE’s MUSE cardiology information system, for streamlined workflow and higher functionality.
Optional MobileLink wireless capabilities permit bi-directional communication with MUSE system via the optional communications package.
Barcode and magnetic card reader options help reduce errors and keep things moving by automating data input and patient identification.