hemoglobin patient monitor / oxygen / temperature / intensive care
hemoglobin, oxygen, temperature
intensive care, clinical
The moorVMS-OXY system uses a white light spectroscopy method to assess tissue oxygen saturation (SO2), tissue haemoglobin concentration and temperature. The technique offers practical advantages such as simplicity in use, real time measurement and the possibility to measure tissue oxygenation, blood flow and temperature with one probe (skin or needle designs) in conjunction with a moorVMS-LDF laser Doppler system and the moorVMS-LDF1-HP high power laser Doppler system. Unlike other techniques, SO2 monitoring does not require tissue heating for reliable baseline measurements enabling true resting oxygenation status to be assessed, as well as adequacy of oxygen delivery to tissue upon heating.
For more demanding research applications, moorVMS-PC supports simultaneous protocol control of pressure cuff and skin heating modules for reproducible provocations as well as data acquisition with the moorVMS-DAQ 8 channel data acquisition module. This advanced software also offers standard and custom reports according to your protocol.