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Nonin® Pulse Oximeters + Capnographs & Pulse Oximeters
 
Pulse Oximeters use light absorption to non-invasively and continuously measure oxygen saturation of haemoglobin in tissue. They measure the absorption of red and infrared light by pulsatile blood; oxygenated blood absorbs red light and deoxygenated blood absorbs infrared light. Pulse Oximeters also measure pulse rate in beats per minute averaged over 5-20 seconds. Oxygen saturation of conscious and anaesthetised patients should be between 95% and 100%. Readings of 95% or less indicate hypoxaemia and the necessity for corrective action.
Nonin® Pulse Oximeters have veterinary specific software and hardware.
 
Technology Explained:
Proven PureSAT® Pulse Oximetry Technology
 
Artifact-Free SpO2 Measure™ Nonin®’s clinically proven PureSAT® pulse oximetry technology utilizes intelligent pulse-by-pulse filtering to provide precise oximetry measurements — even in the presence of motion, low perfusion or other challenging conditions. By reading the entire plethysmographic waveform, PureSAT® signal processing prefilters the pulse signals to remove undesirable signals. Advanced algorithms then separate the pulse signals from artifact and typical interference — leaving only the true pulse. And with Nonin®’s adaptive averaging technology, there’s no mode switching — PureSAT® automatically adjusts to each patient’s condition, from infant to adult, quickly and accurately.
 
Accuracy Starts with the Sensor — Impure light sources skew data results With over 20 years of expertise, Nonin®’s industry-leading accuracy begins with a quality sensor. Nonin®’s PureLight® sensors emit a single, pure and clean light source that is accurate from patient to patient.
True Pulse Detection — Reduction of false alarms for improved efficiency PureSAT®’s next-generation signal processing locates the true pulse in motion and perfusion.
 
Low Signal Filter — always a true, reliable reading at low level SpO2 saturations
The removal of noise artifact is crucial to an oximeter’s ability to accurately assess SpO2 in low perfusion.
PureSAT® employs powerful filtering to achieve its dependable, proven accuracy in low perfusion.
 
Smart Averaging — Save time with intelligent, automatic averaging
In a fast-paced environment, you can’t afford to spend the time customizing your oximeter to each patient.
PureSAT®’s pulse-by-pulse averaging learns the patient’s pulse signals and automatically adjusts for averaging that is three seconds or faster.
PureLight Sensor Technology®
PureLight sensor technology®,
combined with Nonin® ‘s PureSAT®
signal processing, provides consistent results — patient to patient and sensor to sensor.
Capnography is the Vital Sign of Ventilation

A sensitive indicator of lung function, capnography measures the EtCO2 of a respiratory cycle — providing early warning that the lungs are not functioning properly.

Nonin’s Capnography Technology

Ideal for spot check and continuous EtCO monitoring, Nonin®’s sidestream capnography technology provides the earliest indicator of an adverse breathing event. Whether used at the bedside, in the field or during transport — Nonin®’s fast, first breath capnography technology eliminates the need for calibration or auto zeroing during patient monitoring — providing accurate, first breath EtCO2 values and waveform for all patient breathing conditions.
Capnography is effective for:

Validation of proper ET-tube placement
Waveform trend monitoring
Detecting breathing irregularities
Continuous monitoring for airway integrity
Depth of sedation assessment

Nonin Manufacturing Warranty Against Defects:

Monitor: 3 years from date of purchase
Sensors: 6 months from date of purchase
Battery Charger: 1 year from date of purchase

 

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