channel cardiac monitor Vital Signs Monitor Abdilmottaleb Kh. Al-qinawi 200411133
Introduction What are vital signs? Vital signs are measurements of the body's most basic functions. The four main vital signs routinely monitored by medical professionals and healthcare providers include the following: body temperature pulse rate respiration rate (rate of breathing) blood pressure (Blood pressure is not considered a vital sign, but is often measured along with the vital signs.) Vital signs are useful in detecting or monitoring medical problems. Vital signs can be measured in a medical setting, at home, at the site of a medical emergency, or elsewhere.
What is body temperature?The normal body temperature of a person varies depending on gender, recent activity, food and fluid consumption, time of day, and, in women, the stage of the menstrual cycle. Normal body temperature, according to the American Medical Association, can range from 97.8° F (or Fahrenheit, equivalent to 36.5° C, or Celsius) to 99° F (37.2° C).About glass thermometers containing mercury:According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), mercury is a toxic substance that poses a threat to the health of humans, as well as to the environment. Because of the risk of breaking, glass thermometers containing mercury should be removed from use and disposed of properly in accordance with local, state, and federal laws. Contact your local health department, waste disposal authority, or fire department for information on how to properly dispose of mercury thermometers.
What is the pulse rate?The pulse rate is a measurement of the heart rate, or the number of times the heart beats per minute. As the heart pushes blood through the arteries, the arteries expand and contract with the flow of the blood. Taking a pulse not only measures the heart rate, but also can indicate the following:heart rhythm strength of the pulse The normal pulse for healthy adults ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute. The pulse rate may fluctuate and increase with exercise, illness, injury, and emotions. Females ages 12 and older, in general, tend to have faster heart rates than do males. Athletes, such as runners, who do a lot of cardiovascular conditioning, may have heart rates near 40 beats per minute and experience no problems.
What is blood pressure? Blood pressure, measured with a blood pressure cuff and stethoscope by a nurse or other healthcare provider, is the force of the blood pushing against the artery walls. Each time the heart beats, it pumps blood into the arteries, resulting in the highest blood pressure as the heart contracts. One cannot take his/her own blood pressure unless an electronic blood pressure monitoring device is used. Electronic blood pressure monitors may also measure the heart rate, or pulse. Two numbers are recorded when measuring blood pressure. The higher number, or systolic pressure, refers to the pressure inside the artery when the heart contracts and pumps blood through the body. The lower number, or diastolic pressure, refers to the pressure inside the artery when the heart is at rest and is filling with blood. Both the systolic and diastolic pressures are recorded as "mm Hg" (millimeters of mercury). This recording represents how high the mercury column is raised by the pressure of the blood.
506N3Vital Signs Monitor • Criticare 506N3 Vital Signs Monitor
What the device Continuously monitor or spot-check three critical parameters, SpO2, NIBP, and predictive temperature, on neonates to adults with a single monitor. Advanced technology—including CSI DOX™ or Nellcor OxiMax™ pulse oximetry, CSI ComfortCuff™ NIBP, and FILAC® FasTemp® predictive temperature—and exceptional ease of use makes the 506N3 series monitors the perfect solution to your clinical challenges.The lightweight 506N3 monitor with integrated carry-handle attaches quickly and easily to IV pole mount or rolling stand designed for travel. Available in eight configurations—with or without predictive temperature, with or without internal printer, with CSI DOX™ or Nellcor OxiMax™ pulse oximetry—the 506N3 series provides maximum versatility and cost-effectiveness. An apparatus for measuring simultaneous physiological parameters such as heart rate and respiration without physically connecting electrodes or other sensors to the body. A beam of frequency modulated continuous wave radio frequency energy is directed towards the body of a subject. The reflected signal contains phase information representing the movement of the surface of the body, from which respiration and heartbeat information can be obtained. The reflected phase modulated energy is received and demodulated by the apparatus using synchronous quadrature detection. The quadrature signals so obtained are then signal processed to obtain the heartbeat and respiratory information of interest.
Optional DOX™ or Nellcor OxiMax SpO2 technology for improved pulse recognition and artifact rejection. Proprietary ComfortCuff™ NIBP measures on inflation for faster, more comfortable readings. Optional FILAC FasTemp predictive temperature with predictive and monitoring modes delivers quick, accurate measurements. Audible and visual alarms provide instant notification. Lightweight design and versatile mounting options—adapts readily to department and transport requirements. Optional internal printer for demand, automatic interval, or trend reports. Smart battery management with rechargeable sealed lead acid battery. Features & Benefits :
Non-Invasive Blood PressureTechnique: Oscillometric measure upon inflationMeasurement Time: <40 sec typical; 0 to 300mmHg; standard adult cuffAutomatic Measurement Cycles: 1 - 60 min; 2 - 4 hr; STATInflation Pressure Range: 30 to 300mmHg (Adult); 30 to 150mmHg (Pedicatric); 20 to 150mmHg (Neonate)Resolution: 1mmHgClinical Accuracy: SP-10:2002Transducer Accuracy: ±2mmHg or ±2% of reading, whichever is greater, over full rangeSTAT mode: 5 min of consecutive readings. Technical Specifications
Pulse Oximetry Heart (Pulse) Rate Range: 20 to 300bpmAccuracy (DOX only): Greater of ±1bpm or ±1%, of reading unspecified for <30 or > 240 bpmAccuracy (OxiMax only): Greater of ±1bpm or ±1%, of reading unspecified for <30 or > 240 bpmUpdate Time: Every sec.Resolution: 1bpmPulse Volume: 10 levels or Off Range: 1% to 99%Resolution: 1%Accuracy (DOX only): 70% to 99% range: ±2%; 50% to 69% range: ±3%; <50%: unspecifiedAccuracy (OxiMax only): 70% to 99% range: ±2%; <70%: unspecifiedMethod: Dual wavelength LEDAudio: Tone with each detected pulse; pitch varies with saturation
Temperature Type: FILAC FasTempMethod: Predictive or ContinuousChannels: 1Range: 30.0؛ to 43.0؛ CAccuracy: ±0.2؛ C for 30.0؛ to 36.9؛ C; ±0.1؛ C for 37.0؛ to 39.0؛ C; ±0.2؛ C for 39.1؛ to 43.0؛ CResolution: 0.1؛ F or 0.1؛ CPredictive Response Time: Oral: less than 10 seconds;Axial: less than 10 seconds;Rectal: less than 10 secondsProbes/Wells: Oral/Axial FILAC FasTempRectal FILAC FasTemp (optional) Isolation Well, Oral/Axial Isolation Well, Rectal (optional)
Alarms Indication: Audible; visualVolume: 10 levels or OffSilence: Yes; 2 min. or permanent Trend Memory Memory: Last 24 hrs; SpO2, pulse rate, NIBP, temperature in Single Patient or Multi-Patient Report Types with selectable formats Displays Type: LEDParameters: NIBP, SpO2; temperature, pulse rate; pulse barStatus: Alarm Silence; Sensor; Low Battery; External Power; Patient SizeText: Alphanumeric LCDLanguages: Eng., Fr., Ger., It., Port., Span. Printer Type: Thermal arrayTabular Mode: 1 - 60 min intervals; 2 - 24 hr intervals; Auto on BP; Auto on Alarm, Off Mechanical Weight: Base unit with battery: 6.95 lb; 3.15kgSize: Base unit: 8.7" (H) x 7.1" (W) x 6.5" (D); 22cm (H) x 18cm (W) x 16.5cm (D)
Environmental Operating Temperature: 32؛ to 113؛ F; 0؛ to 45؛ CStorage Temperature: 23؛ to 122؛ F; -5؛ to 50؛ COperating Humidity: 15% to 90%, non-condensing Classification Type of Protection: Class I equipmentDegree of Protection: Type CF defibrillator-proof equipmentProtection against Ingress: IPX1 rating, Drip-Proof EquipmentCE compliant. ETL Certified.Specifications subject to change without notice
Value Packed Multiparameter Monitor The new DRE ASM-5000 five parameter monitor incorporates ground-breaking technology from the industry’s leading names. For the first time, we can offer a combination of advanced features, manufacturer’s lifetime warranty and a reasonable price. The NIBP module can sense a change in a patient’s cardiodynamics and initiate an off-cycle cuff measurement, which alerts the clinician to changes in blood pressure. The high resolution, 64-color, LCD display shows each parameter in a distinct color and can be viewed from each angle. All monitor functions are instantly visible at a glance. Powered by AC or batteries, this compact and portable system is a go anywhere, multi-parameter monitor.
PRODUCT FEATURES • Veterinary Specific Calibration & Software Included • Color Monitor • Neonatal to Adult Range • Lightweight & Portable (5.7 kg/12.7 lbs) • Recorder • 120/240 VAC Power INCLUDED PARAMETERS • NIBP • ECG (3/5 lead) • SpO2 • Respiration • Temperature
Oxygen Saturation (SpO2) Measurement Method Dual Wavelength Pulse Type Measurement Range 50 to 100% Saturation Pulse Rate Range 20 - 300 bpm Electrocardiogram (ECG) Leads 3 lead, 5 lead (selectable) HR Measurement Range 30 - 300 bpm Time Constant 0.5, 3.2 sec (selectable) Sweep Speed 6.25, 12.5, 25 mm/sec (selectable) Sensitivity 1/4, 1/2, 1, 2, 4 cm/mV Respiration Measure Method Impedance Pneumography Inspiration Indicator Flashing Lungs Respiration Range 0, 3 - 150 bpm Lead RA to LA NIBP Measurement Method Oscillometric Patient Range Neonatal to Adult Pressure Detection Semiconductor Sensor Pressure Display Range 10-240 mmHg Pulse Rate Display Range 40-300 bpm Body Temperature Measurement Method Dual Thermistor Sensing Temperature Range 15° - 45° C (50° - 113° F) Probe Type YSI 400/700 series (selectable)
Display Method TFT 64 color LCD Screen Dimensions 11.5(H) x 8.42(W) cm Monitoring Traces 2 (selectable) Sweep Speed 6.25, 12.5, 25 mm/sec Line List 400 sets of data Graphic Trend 1, 3, 6, 12, 24 hr Alarm Ranges Low Limit Range Upper Limit Range (# of increments) (# of increments) Systolic (mmHg) 20-60 (10) 50-240 (10) Mean (mmHg) 20-120 (10) 50-200 (10) Diastolic 20-120 (10) 40-80 (10) Heart Rate, Pulse Rate (bpm) 30-295 (5) 35-300 (5) RR (/min) 3, 5-145 (5) 10-150 (5) SpO2 (%) 50-99 (1) 51-100 (1) Body Temperature (°C) 15-44 (1) 16-45 (1) Apnea (sec) 10-60 (5) Recorder Recording Method Dual Trace Thermal Head Resolution 8 dots/mm Recording Speed 6.25, 12.5, 25 mm/sec (selectable)
dre vida multi-Parameter Monitor WAVE FORM FIELD Configurable screen for maximum 4 waveforms (ECG, SPO2, Resp, Invasive BP or Capnography/AGM). Possible to view any 4 ECG leads, if 5-lead ECG cable is connected (5 lead version)
3/5 Lead ECG Monitoring Automatic detection of 3 or 5 lead ECG cable. Display of I, II, III with 3- lead cable and I, II, II, aVR, aVL, aVF and V with 5-lead cable. In built cautery and defibrillator protection. HR Range: 20 to 270 bpm. ST segment analysis possible accuracy - 2 bpm or 2% whichever is greater. Programmable arrhythmia detection (Bradycardia, Tachycardia, Asystole, Irregular & Skipped beat) Respiration Impedance pneumography principle (when sourced from ECG cable). Display of respiration waveform with respiration rate. Respiration Range: 4 to 150 bpm User selectable aponea Alarm Delay: 5-90sec. (steps of 5 sec.) Capnography Side stream Capnography with display of CO2 waveform and digital values of EtCO2 and FiCO2. CO2 gets priority for calculating respiration rate. Gain 20, 40, 60 & 80mmHg. Flow Rate: 140 ml/min. (+20/-10) CO2 measurement is possible in mmHg/Kpa/Vol% EtCO2 Range: 0-80mmHg, Resolution: ± 1mmHg RR Range: 0-150 bpm Aponea Alarm Delay: 30 sec.
Anesthesia Gas Monitoring AGM gets priority for calculating respiration rate. Flow Rate: 150 ml/min ±20 ml/min Range: N2O: 0-100 Vol%, Halothane & Isoflurane: 0-8.5 Vol% Enflurane, Sevoflurane & Desflurane: 0-10 Vol% EtCO2: 0-75mmHg, RR: 0-150 bpm User selectable aponea Alarm delay: 5-90 sec. (steps of 5 sec.) CO2 is a part of AGM, if AGM option is present Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Oscillometric Principle, Display of Systolic, Diastolic & Mean pressure Modes: Manual, STAT (5 min), Automatic (interval 2 min. to 90 min.) Range: 20 to 255mmHg Accuracy: ± 5mmHg Invasive Blood Pressure Simultaneous monitoring of 2 channels. Display of Systolic, Diastolic and Mean pressure with respective waveform of IBP1 and IBP2. Individual and common channel zeroing. Labeling facility with automatic limits/gain/color setting. Pressure channel overlapping option available. IBP Scale: 300, 150, 60, 30, 20, & 10mmHg Range: -40 to 300mmHg
Alarms Alarm setting for all parameters. Patient Alarm: Red flashing with audio and message indicator Equipment Alarm: Yellow flashing with audio and message indicator. Alarm auto-set facility provided Alarm Suspend: Continuous Yellow Auto setting of alarm for HR/PR, SPO2, IBP1, IBP2, EtCO2, FiCO2, EtAA, FiAA, ST, Respiration and Temperature Re-Alarm Facility: 3 min. for acknowledged alarm Trends 24 hr. of graphical and tabular trend for HR/PR, SPO2, IBP1, IBP2, EtCO2, FiCO2, EtAA, FiAA, ST, Respiration & Temperature. NIBP Trend: Last 240 readings (tabular) Alarm Recall: Last 16 alarm events with date, time and message. 2hr. zoom for graphical trends with mark, record and print facility. Recording (optional) Optional in-built dual channel thermal recorder for recording two waveforms (selectable) with numerical data and alarm status. NIBP and tabular trend recording with patient information. Direct/Delayed/ Continuous modes of recording. Record on alarm facility (selectable).
Power Supply Universal Power Supply: 95-265V AC, 50/60 Hz Power Rating: 40 watt Battery Type 12V, 4Ah lead acid Operating Time: 30 min. for fully charged battery (with full load & NIBP auto mode 2 mins. interval & recorder on for 2 mins.) Charging Time: 90% charge in 12 hr. for fully discharged battery Digital Field HR/PR, Resp, SPO2, T1, T2 or ØT, IBP1, IBP2 and NIBP (Systolic, Diastolic and Mean), N20, EtAA, FiAA, MAC, EtCO2 and FiCO2. On screen display of alarm limits/status.