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PULSE OXIMETERS

PalmSAT® 2500

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FEATURES

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SIMPLE TWO BUTTON OPERATION

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RUNTIME ON BATTERY FOR  2500 IS 80 HOURS; RUNTIME ON BATTERY FOR 2500A IS 60 HOURS

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WEIGHS ONLY 7.5 OZ AND  FITS EASILY IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND 

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PROVIDES UP TO 72 HOURS OF ONBOARD DATA STORAGE

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PROTECTED BY A 3-YEAR WARRANTY

PalmSAT 2500 Series handheld pulse oximeters are designed to accurately assess oxygen saturation (SpO2) and pulse rate. Compact size, ease of operation, and optional alarms in the 2500A make the PalmSAT series suitable for portable monitoring regardless of patient location. Small yet versatile, PalmSAT 2500 pulse oximeters are Certified Airworthy by the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force.

GO2 Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

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GET IMMEDIATE SpO2 AND PULSE RATE SPOT CHECK MEASUREMENTS

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GO2 IS DESIGNED TO HELP PATIENTS MANAGE CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE LIKE COPD, ESPECIALLY FOR THOSE ON LONG-TERM OXYGEN THERAPY

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GO2 IS DESIGNED TO BE YOUR GO-TO FINGERTIP PULSE OXIMETER

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AVAILABLE IN BLUE, GREEN AND ORANGE

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TAKES A SINGLE TRIPLE A BATTERY

The Nonin GO2 fingertip oximeter gives COPD patients and others with respiratory diseases the information needed to manage and monitor their oxygen saturation and pulse rate levels to lead an active life. The small, portable, noninvasive GO2 personal pulse oximeter is easy to use and provides just the right amount of pressure to display fast, accurate readings of your blood oxygen saturation level and pulse rate.

8500 Handheld Pulse Oximeter

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FEATURES BRIGHT LED DISPLAYS AND EASY 3-BUTTON OPERATION

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PureSAT TECHNOLOGY USES INTELLIGENT PULSE-BY-PULSE FILTERING TO PROVIDE PRECISE OXIMETRY MEASUREMENTS

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TRI-COLOUR PERFUSION INDICATOR PROVIDES IMMEDIATE FEEDBACK FOR ASSESSING PULSE QUALITY

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COMPATIBLE WITH A FULL LINE OF NONIN PureLight® SENSORS

The 8500 handheld pulse oximeter provides an easy and accurate assessment of blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) and pulse rate for patients from adults to neonates. This pocket-sized, handheld oximeter features up to 100 hours of battery life and will hold up in the most demanding environments.

CAPNOGRAPHY

RespSense® WIDESCREEN™ Capnograph

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INCLUDES MEMORY MODULE, DOWNLOAD CABLE AND SOFTWARE

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OFFERS 1.5 HOURS OF TRACKED TRENDING FOR EtCO2 AND RESPIRATION RATE

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PROTECTED BY AN INDUSTRY LEADING  3-YEAR WARRANTY

CAPNOGRAGHY FOR:

Procedural Sedation

The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) Standards for Basic Anesthetic Monitoring recommends monitoring for the presence of exhaled carbon dioxide during procedures where the patient is sedated. The ASA standard states “During moderate or deep sedation the adequacy of ventilation shall be evaluated by continual observation of qualitative clinical signs and monitoring for the presence of exhaled carbon dioxide.”

Pain Management

Although patient controlled analgesia (PCA) is effective for short-term pain relief, suppressed respiratory function caused by over-sedation is a significant risk for those patients.

In some cases, opiates may suppress respiration of patients receiving pain management. In an effort to reduce risks associated with PCA use, the Joint Commission released a Sentinel Event Alert in 2004 which recommends ventilation monitoring for patients receiving opiates for pain. The proper use of capnography to measure end-tidal CO2 (EtCO2) can alert clinicians to early warning signs of respiratory depression, which can lead to a variety of complications including coma and cardiac arrest.

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

The absence of cardiac output and pulmonary blood flow often results in CO2 levels that fall abruptly. Properly administered, capnography can help to identify lower end tidal CO2 (EtCO2) levels so that appropriate changes in CPR such as rate or force of compression can take place.

In the 2010 update of CPR Guidelines, the American Heart Association recommend “the use of quantitative waveform capnography for confirmation and monitoring of endotracheal tube placement.”

EMS Transport

For intubated patients, capnography provides verification of endotracheal tube placement and effectiveness of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. For non-intubated patients, capnography alerts emergency personnel to changes in ventilation, respiratory distress, and possible metabolic problems.

In the 2010 update of CPR Guidelines, the American Heart Association recommends “the use of quantitative waveform capnography for confirmation and monitoring of endotracheal tube placement.”

Sedation Dentistry

The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS) stated in its 2012 Parameters of Care that “during moderate or deep sedation and general anesthesia, the adequacy of ventilation shall be evaluated by continual observation or qualitative clinical signs and monitoring for the presence of exhaled carbon dioxide.

CEREBRAL AND SOMATIC

SenSmart® X-100

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THE PORTABLE, EASY-TO-OPERATE  SenSmart X-100 MONITOR OFFERS BLUETOOTH® CONNECTIVITY FOR WIRELESS DATA TRANSFER

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COLOUR-CODED DISPLAY  AUTOMATICALLY RECOGNIZES SIGNAL PROCESSOR CHANNEL NUMBER AND OXIMETRY TYPE

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THE DISPLAY REFRESHES EVERY 1.5 SECONDS—SO IF TISSUE SATURATION CHANGES, YOU WILL SEE IT RIGHT AWAY

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ALLOWS DATA TRANSPORT TO ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD (EMR) SYSTEMS THROUGH HOSPITAL INTERFACE ENGINES