hand-held pulse oximeter / with separate sensor
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Characteristics

  • Configuration:

    hand-held

  • Other characteristics:

    with separate sensor

Description

Rad-5®
Masimo SET® Measure-through Motion and Low Perfusion™ Pulse Oximetry
In a study published in the Journal of Clinical Anesthesiology comparing three pulse oximetry technologies, Masimo SET® demonstrated the highest sensitivity and specificity in identifying desaturation events during conditions of motion and low perfusion1
Lightweight, handheld device with user-configurable power up default settings
Sleep Mode allows clinicians to disable audio tones and dim LEDs
Up to 72 hours of trending memory
Perfusion Index (Pi) is the ratio of the pulsatile blood flow to the non-pulsatile blood in peripheral tissue used to measure peripheral perfusion
Signal I.Q.® (SIQ) provides an assessment of the confidence in the displayed SpO2 value
FastSat® tracks rapid changes in arterial O2
SmartTone beeps in sync with pulse, even under patient motion conditions
Sensitivity options: APOD®, Normal, and MAX
Audible and visual alarms for High/Low Saturation, Pulse Rate, Sensor Off, and Low Battery
FastSat tracks rapid changes in arterial 02.
Signal I.Q. (SIQ) provides an assessment of the confidence in the displayed Sp02 value. A vertical LED bar rises and falls with the pulse, where the height of the bar indicates the quality of the signal (left graphic).
The Alarm Status Indicator flashes when an alarm condition is present.
Perfusion Index (Pi) is an assessment of the pulsatile strength at a specific monitoring site (e g. the hand, finger, or foot), and assuch Pi is an indirect and noninvasive measure of peripheral perfusion. The LED bar is highest and green when the quality of the perfused site is best; when Pi is poor the LED bar is low and turns red (right graphic).