July 17, 2007 — Nonin Medical Inc. recently announced the worldwide introduction of Model 7500, a portable tabletop oximeter.
The 7500 features Nonin’s proprietary PureSAT oximetry technology. PureSAT’s fast pulse-by pulse measurement of oxygen saturation and pulse rate is clinically tested and has received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance and European CE Mark.
The 7500 meets ISO 9919 requirements as well as accuracy with motion and low perfusion claims.
This reportedly simple to use device boasts a sleek design, long battery life and an amazingly quick battery re-charge rate.
The 7500 works across many patient groups, from neonate to adult. Rihab FitzGerald, Director of Marketing, says, “We are extremely proud to deliver this quality oximetry solution to the market. The 7500 is very easy-to-use and with Nonin’s PureSAT SpO2 and PureLight technologies, the 7500 also works accurately across a range of skin tones where other oximeters have underperformed.1 We believe quality and value are needed for the best clinical assessments.”
1. Bickler, PE, Feiner, JR, Severinghaus, JW, Effects of Skin Pigmentation on Pulse Oximeter Accuracy of Low Saturation. Anesthesiology. 2005 Apr; 102: 715-719
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