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With our expertise and immense knowledge in the field we are providing highly engineered ecg ekg thermal paper designed to produce crisp and attractive recordings.

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SKU Number: GE 2026327-001
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Type: Roll
Units: 10 Pack
Size: 60mm

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For use with Responder 2000 electrocardiography (ECG) equipment.

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