Technology | June 12, 2008

OxiMax Pulse Oximetry Stresses Versatility

The Nellcor Oximax pulse oximetry system reportedly allows clinicians to more effectively monitor a broad range of patients. This oximetry platform comprises a variety of hand-held and stand-alone monitors that reportedly deliver accurate, reliable readings even during low perfusion and signal interference. The new sensors feature several models with Losat expanded accuracy range, and also include the Max-Fast forehead sensor and Softcare nonadhesive sensors.

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