Standard Configuration: ◦ ECG, NIBP, SPO2 ◦ 8.4” Color TFT Display ◦ Audible and visual alarms with adjustable alarm ranges ◦ Net-workable with Contec central monitoring system ◦ Suitable for adult paediatric and neonatal patient ◦ Basic parameters (ECG, SPO2, NIBP) in a durable case for bedside monitoring and transport monitoring ◦ Powerful data management and storage capacity
Technical Specification for NIBP: ◦ Operation models manual / automatic / STAT ◦ Method oscillometry ◦ Measurement unit mm Hg / K Pa selectable ◦ Over pressure protection provided ◦ Measurement types systolic, diastolic, mean ◦ Alarm events recallable ◦ S-T detection: YES, Arrhythmia analysis available ◦ Accuracy: ± 1 bpm or ± 1%, which is greater ◦ Lead type: 5-lead ◦ Input: RA, LA, LL, V ◦ Sweep Speed: 12.5 mm/s, 25 mm/s, 50 mm/s ◦ Protection withstand: 4000 V AC/50 Hz Voltage in isolation against electrosurgical and defibrillation ◦ Alarm provided, audible and visual alarm
Vital signs are an important component of patient care. They determine which treatment protocols to follow, provide critical information needed to make life-saving decisions, and confirm feedback on treatments performed. Accurate, documented vital signs are a very important part of EMS (Emergency Medical Support) and to monitor the same; Patient Monitoring Systems are manufactured
Patient Monitoring systems are designed to help enhancing the patient care and improve clinical performance. This comprehensive solution fits securely into the hospital's IT environment to capture timely patient data and feed it securely to the EMR (Electronic Medical Record).
A patient monitor is an electronic medical device that consists of one or more monitoring sensors, a processing component, and a screen display (also called a "monitor") that provide and record for medical professionals a patient's medical vital signs like body temperature, blood pressure, pulse rate etc..
Patient monitoring systems are used in hospitals, nursing homes, emergency care centres and health care set ups to monitor and review the vital physiological signs of a patient. Most patient monitoring systems are able to monitor the patient’s respiration, oxygen saturation in blood, invasive and non invasive blood pressure, electrocardiograph, body temperature etc.. Various sensors and electrodes are used to measure these signs including the ECG electrodes, SpO2 finger sensor, blood pressure cuff, temperature probe etc..