Technology | July 19, 2006

NONIN announces a new Soft Sensor line to complement its comprehensive family of PureLight® pulse oximetry sensors.

Nonin Medical, Inc., Plymouth, MN introduces a new line of soft sensors featuring a durable design that delivers consistent performance. NONIN’s new soft sensors perform like two sensors in one for spot-checks or continuous monitoring, with patient comfort in mind. Available in three convenient sizes, the soft sensors are flexible for use in many medical settings including EMS, hospital and sleep. Soft sensors are easy to clean, latex-free and come with a one-year warranty. And, because they are built with PureLight® technology, accurate readings are assured.

For more information, visit us online at www.nonin.com or call 800.356.8874.

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