ECG patient monitor PG S series
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ECG patient monitor
ECG patient monitor
ECG patient monitor
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Characteristics

Measured parameter
ECG, RESP, respiratory rate, temperature, heart rate, CO2, cardiac output, NIBP, IBP, SpO2
Applications
intensive care, ambulatory, emergency, for cardiology
Configuration
tabletop, modular
Options and accessories
wireless, with touchscreen, USB
Screen size

10.4 in, 12.1 in

Battery life

210 min

Weight

4.5 kg (9.9 lb)

Description

Designed to be used for monitoring, displaying, reviewing, storing and alarming of multiple physiological parameters of patients, including ECG, Heart Rate (HR), Respiration Rate (RR), Temperature (Temp), Pulse Oxygen Saturation (SpO2), Pulse Rate (PR), Carbon dioxide (CO2), Anesthetic Gas (AG), Non-invasive Blood Pressure (NIBP), Invasive Blood Pressure (IBP), Cardiac output (C.O.). Thanks to their high resolution color TFT LCD display, PG S30 (10.4” version) and PG S50 (12.1” version) take under control physiological data and store it in the trend. Reliable acoustic and visual alarms, nurse call connector system in hospital and easy data management through wired network connector or Wi-Fi connection with the central monitoring system, USB-interface or SD Memory card (option). STANDARD CONFIGURATION: + Main Unit: -PG S50: 12.1”/ PG S30: 10.4” TFT-LCD display -2standard module slot -Touch screen -1 Rj45 enthernet socket -1 defibrillation output -1 Nurse call socket -1 VGA port -2 USB 1.1 port -USB compatible mouse and keyboard -11.1V/4.0AH Rechargeable Lithium battery -Other options: external Display, Wireless Lan, Extensive Memory card, Analog output (ECG or IBP), 3 channel thermal recorder, rolling stand, wall mount OTHER OPTIONS: -5 ecg leads Cable -Temp Module -Spo2 Module -Nibp Module

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