TcPO2 patient monitor PRÉCISE 8008
ambulatoryclinicalvascular diagnostic

TcPO2 patient monitor
TcPO2 patient monitor
TcPO2 patient monitor
TcPO2 patient monitor
TcPO2 patient monitor
TcPO2 patient monitor
TcPO2 patient monitor
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Measured parameter
ambulatory, clinical, vascular diagnostic
portable, compact, tabletop
Options and accessories
with touchscreen, USB
Other characteristics
continuous, non-invasive, transcutaneous, computer-based


FOR EVERYDAY USE The PRÉCISE 8001 stands for quick and precise measurement of tcpO2. Due to the 2.5 m sensor cable, the new 360° One-Click-System provides the sensor with a generous working radius. So that all the relevant data is easy to read, the PRÉCISE 8001 has a 10.1“ touch screen display. INNOVATIVE The unbeatable advantage of the applied sensor technology based on fluorescence is the fact that it does not wear and does not require calibration before each use, together with the user-friendliness of the optical oxygen sensor. TIME-SAVING Quick & easy - A time saving of up to 50% is achieved through the optical measuring process, as the additional cleaning of the electrodes as well as the changing of the electrolyte and membrane can be dispensed with. Full operating status occurs directly after start-up. EASY TO USE With the easy-to-use touch screen display, you can effortlessly access all menu items, from the status display, sensor parameters and the integrated database, to the graphic representation. The operation is intuitive and self-explanatory. SIX STEPS Switch on the device Create patient data (to track measurement results) Sterilise the section of skin, degrease it and remove any hair Place the fixing ring and contact fluid on the measurement site – attach the sensor head with a click Start the measurement (the skin is warmed to 44°)


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