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Vital sign patient simulator PatSim 200
monitorportable

vital sign patient simulator
vital sign patient simulator
vital sign patient simulator
vital sign patient simulator
vital sign patient simulator
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Characteristics

Procedure
vital sign
Form
monitor
Configuration
portable

Description

A cost effective, easy to use Patient Simulator - Vibrant colour display with simple fast navigation - Lightweight and compact unit with rechargeable Li-Ion battery - Recall saved simulations with a one key press - Onscreen waveforms display - Robust carry case included - Localisation options available to meet international requirements The PatSim 200 from Rigel was designed to make every patient simulation quicker. Unlike other Patient Simulators, the PatSim uses a home and recall function to easily move between tests and store your most used sequences, no more clicking and scrolling through 'tree style' hierarchy to perform each test. One of the most unique features of the PatSim 200 is the ability to save and recall 5 of your most used simulations at the touch of just 3 buttons. The unit itself is compact, lightweight and the full colour screen with easily altered high contrast low luminance lighting means adapting the unit for use in low lighting environments is simple. On top of these great features we've also ensured that the PatSim 200 comes with universal ECG studs and mini DIN connectors so the cost to change your Patient Simulators over to the PatSim 200 won't spiral out of control – our unit will work with the legacy IBP and temperature cables you already have. These are just a few of the reasons we believe you'll want to invest in our PatSim 200. To see for yourself, request a live online demonstration today!

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