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Masimo SET™ Oximetry Sensors

The innovative Masimo SET® Technology is considered to be the gold standard of pulse oximetry   during patient motion and low perfusion. A wide range of reusable or single patient use sensors are available for neonates, infants, children and adults. Specialty sensors can be applied to multiple sites, i.e. hands, feet, ears and forehead.
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Masimo Rainbow SpHb® Sensors

Conventional pulse oximetry uses the "red over infrared" algorithm to measure SpO2, whereas Masimo Rainbow SET technology uses multiple (7+) wavelengths, advanced signal processing, and additional parallel engines to measure total hemoglobin (SpHb) as well as the Pleth Variability Index (PVi) for the continuous noninvasive monitoring of the patient’s fluid responsiveness.
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Masimo O3 Regional Oximetry

The Masimo O3® Regional Oximetry Monitor is a patient connected device intended to monitor deep tissue hemoglobin oxygen saturation of blood (rSO2) including the cerebral region. Regional oximetry is a noninvasive technology. To arrive at these measurements, the device uses Near InfraRed Spectroscopy (NIRS). The monitor provides continuous display of two rSO2 channels. The current rSO2 measurement, baseline, and the difference between current rSO2 and user defined baseline are displayed. The AUC — Area Under the Curve index which quantifies the depth and duration of patient’s stay below user-defined rSO2 low alarm limit is also displayed.
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Masimo SedLine® brain function monitoring

The SedLine® Sedation Monitor is a patient connected device intended to monitor the depth of sedation through a 4-channel processed electroencephalograph (EEG) designed specifically for intraoperative or intensive care use. It displays electrode status, EEG waveforms, Density Spectral Array (DSA), SedLine PSI trend plots, Electromyograph (EMG), Suppression Ratio (SR) and Artifacts (ARTF).
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PHILIPS INTELLIVUE X3 monitor/multiparameter module

The IntelliVue X3 monitor is a flexible, reliable way to monitor patients on the move - and at the bedside - with a single, portable, stand-alone monitor. The basic Difference between MX100 and X3 IntelliVue monitors, is that X3 can be used also as a multiparameter module to combine with IntelliVue MX series Monitor MX400-MX850. Using X3 as a multiparameter module in combination with MX400-MX850 monitors, allow us to monitor the patient throw the in-hospital transport, by just unplug the X3 from the main monitor (without removing cables) and plug it in the main Unit so we can transfer the data from the X3 to the main Monitor and therefore to the Central Station.   It is small and light, yet offers a broad, scalable set of clinical measurements. This rugged, battery-powered device features a built-in 15.5cm (6.1") touchscreen and familiar smartphone-like operation for ease of use. The MX100 is compatible with your IntelliVue measurement extensions, Patient Information Center, clinical network infrastructure, and other monitoring components⁴ easing it's incorporation into your existing monitoring systems.  
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Philips IntelliVue MX100 monitor

The IntelliVue MX100 is a flexible, reliable way to monitor patients on the move - and at the bedside - with a single, portable, stand-alone monitor. It is small and light, yet offers a broad, scalable set of clinical measurements. This rugged, battery-powered device features a built-in 15.5cm (6.1") touchscreen and familiar smartphone-like operation for ease of use. The MX100 is compatible with your IntelliVue measurement extensions, Patient Information Center, clinical network infrastructure, and other monitoring components⁴ easing it's incorporation into your existing monitoring systems.