Small, portable capnograph
Designed to fit easily onto a breathing circuit
Rugged design for reliable operation in challenging environments
Clear, continuous capnograph of carbon dioxide values
Simple, easy-to-use interface for quick set-up
What Does Complete the Operating Room?
Waveform capnography measures the partial pressure of carbon dioxide (CO2) detected at the end of exhalation. Known as end-tidal CO2, or EtCO2, this value provides important information about the health of patients—especially those in respiratory distress, cardiac arrest, or shock.
This measurement is displayed as a waveform that shows the respiratory rate and how much CO2 is present during each stage of respiration. Normal EtCO2 levels are 35 to 45 mm Hg, and the waveform generally has a rectangular shape. As the respiratory rate and tidal volume change, the waveform changes as well.
Index of Consciousness
SQI, ESR, EMG and BIS Measurement
Compliance with Europe Standards
Offered Accessories and Peripherals by Vistamedikal Medical
Easy Installation and Utilization
Bluetooth Interaction with Vistamedikal Patient Monitors
Waveform Display on Patient Monitor and Saving as Trend
Graphical Low Consumption LCD
Minimum 6 Hours Operation Time Using External Rechargeable