iM60 Patient Monitor

Description

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    Optional co2
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    Optional touch screen
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    Optional wifi
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    Optional multi-gas
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    Optional cardiac output

With selectable optional parameters including IBP, cardiac output and capnography, iM60 can adapt to a wide range of sub-acute divisions.

The high resolution color TFT-LCD together with the up-to-date customizable shortcut menu design brings easy one-touch access to frequent used functions, allowing more attentions to the patients.

Employing low-power consumption design, iM60 is with fanless structure which creates no noise and no dust accumulations.

Being embedded with various communication capabilities including HL7, LAN, built-in Wi-Fi, Nurse Call, and Defibrillator Synchronization, iM60 can easily communicate and co-work with hospital information system and other hospital facilities.

Features:

Large high resolution color touch screen
No fan design
Touch & Configure
Water-proof & dust-proof keypad design
Pacemaker detection
Electrosurgical interference proof
Defibrillation protection and defibrillation synchronization
Pitch tone
iSEAPTM ECG algorithm optimized for arrhythmia detection, pacemaker detection, and HR measurement
iMATTM SpO2 algorithm with outstanding motion resistance and low perfusion resistance performance
iCUFSTM NIBP algorithm optimized for cardiac patients, hypertensive patients, and neonatal patients
Large storage capacity
Nurse call function
LAN connection with DHCP support
Optional built-in Wi-Fi
Bi-directional communication with the MFM-CMS central station
HL7 support
VGA output

Standard Parameters: 3/5-lead ECG, RESP, EDAN SpO2, EDAN NIBP, PR, 2-TEMP

Optional Parameters: Nellcor OxiMaxTM SpO2, 2-IBP, Respironics CO2

Videos

Brochures

iM60 Patient Monitor Brochure

Warranty

2 Year warranty on the iM60 Patient Monitor main unit

1 Year warranty on the accessories or disposables

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