Technology | February 26, 2007

“Pick and Go” Concept Eliminates Restrictions of Heavy Monitors

Lightweight and portable, the Infinity SC 9000XL Bedside Monitor incorporates a “Pick and Go” concept that eliminates the restrictions of heavy, bolteddown bedside monitors. A PC LAN card can be added for high-acuity centralized monitoring without loss of data or parameters during transport.

With two hours of battery life and the ability to hot-swap batteries, there’s no need to disconnect or reconnect leads. The 12.1-inch LCD display provides bright, clear presentation of color parameter waveforms, whether the physician is near or far from the bed.

Open Lung Tool, Drug Calculator and special monitoring modes, including Cardiac Bypass Mode, are standard with every monitor, and critical information from other bedside devices can be brought to the patient monitor, helping clinicians make faster patient assessments.

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