CASE Exercise Testing System

The CASE™ Exercise Testing System is a stand-alone, highly scalable exercise testing solution helps physicians quickly and easily assess cardiac function during exercise.

Get proven clinical excellence.

  • Assess cardiac function conveniently during exercise.
  • Innovative algorithms offer great diagnostic confidence.

Maximize efficiency and enhance productivity.

  • Connect your CASE system to a Local Area Network (LAN), and store patient data and test results to a central database.
  • Physicians can review, edit and print data remotely, so the stress lab can concentrate on testing.

Expand your networking options.

  • Enhance your digital workflow with connectivity to EMR, MUSE™ Cardiology Information System and PACS.
  • Whether you use a standalone system, a group of workstations or a complete enterprise solution, we have the scalable solution that fits your needs today and tomorrow.
  • Analysis Programs

  • Workflow

Performance

Investment protected. Confidence assured.

The CASE system puts the renowned performance and reliability of GE technology in your hands.

  • Advanced security and compliance
  • Open system architecture
  • Scalable and flexible based on your facility’s IT and clinical needs
  • Technical support services you can count on
  • Treadmill

eBike Ergometer

GE Healthcare ergometry equipment is being expanded with the adaptable and high-performance eBike series of bicycle ergometers.

eBikes are rounds-per-minute, independent bicycle ergometers for load ranges between 6 and 999 watts. The robust mechanical construction ensures reliable function even when in constant use. The ergonomic design offers a seating position that is optimal for almost all body sizes, and allows for easy mounting and dismounting, even for those with restricted movement-especially those who cannot use a treadmill.

The connection between GE Healthcare stress-testing systems and eBike allows for easy control of the entire examination. eBike is available in two versions-eBike basic and eBike comfort-with different characteristic features.


eBike Basic Ergometer features include:

  • Revolutions per minute-independent load
  • Load accuracy according to DIN VDE 0750-0238
  • Continuously variable seat height adjustment
  • Handlebar adjustment
  • Digital and analog interfaces to GE Healthcare stress-testing systems


eBike Comfort Ergometer features include:

  • Rounds per minute-independent load
  • Load accuracy according to DIN VDE 0750-0238
  • Electrical, non-graduated seat height adjustment
  • Digital display of saddle height
  • Dual handlebar adjustment (height and angle)
  • Multiple expansion options
  • Digital and analog interfaces to ECGs and PC-ECGs


Learn more about the capabilities of eBike Basic Ergometer and eBike Comfort Ergometer. Download the eBike Ergometer brochure.

Built for patient comfort and safety,the eBike L and eBike EL tilt-table design offers stability and comfortable patient positioning during stress exercise testing procedures. Ergonomic features include adjustable, padded surfaces, headrest and seat, and arm rest. The ergometers are height-adjustable to fit most any patient size.


eBike L Ergometer features include:

  • Provides a stress-testing mechanism for patients with limited mobility or who have trouble walking
  • Features a stable exercise platform that helps reduce upper‑body motion for less muscle artifact
  • Reduced system noise - less interference with manual blood pressure acquisition
  • Provides defined workload
  • Supports both standard and customizable exercise protocols


eBike EL Ergometer features include:

  • Provides a stress-testing mechanism for patients with limited mobility or who have trouble walking
  • Enables ultrasound image acquisition without moving patient from exercise platform
  • Patient can transition to recovery phase directly on exercise platform - no dismount or walking to a recovery station
  • Side drop-out piece provides unencumbered access to the imaging region of interest
  • Provides stable and comfortable patient positioning for stress-echo procedure