Patients Monitoring

Patients Monitoring (vital data monitor) is used to record the vital functions and vital parameters of patients during and after anesthesia, in the intensive care unit, but also in the outpatient area. With the help of the patient monitor, up to eight values ​​can be determined simultaneously and shown on a color display.

Depending on the requirements for clinical or outpatient monitoring, the medical devices can be used to monitor the ECG (ECG), blood pressure (NIBP), partial oxygen saturation (SpO2), respiratory rate (AF), body temperature, heart rate (HR) and capnometry (etCO2) at the same time . In order to be able to collect these parameters, depending on the model, various sensors and measuring devices are connected to the monitor, such as the blood pressure cuff, the ECG cable or the SpO2 finger sensor.

Some devices are particularly suitable for mobile use thanks to their powerful battery, their low weight and their handy dimensions.

This patient monitor is compact and, in addition to an integrated thermal printer, also includes a large memory, which makes it particularly suitable for use in ambulances. Its large display can be operated intuitively via touchscreen, and it can also be connected to the computer for transferring trend data via USB. The patient monitor is available with either a 3-channel or 5-channel ECG cable and optionally also with a WLAN function.

Patients Monitoring record vital functions and parameters of patients

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Handheld Patient Monitor Monitoring parameter: NIBP(Standard), SpO2 Portable, easy to carry 4.3”color TFT display with auto rotation function Specifically designed for a reliable and accurate blood pressure measurement Selectable layout modes including font and waveforms Dual work modes: continuous monitoring & spot check Adjustable audio and visual...


12, 6 and 3 channel resting ECG 8" LCD color touch screen Write-out of all 12 channels among each other or in packages (2x6, 3x4) Clearly arranged, high printout in DIN A4 format Printout of rhythm derivarion for 3- and 6-channel settings Manual ECG monitoring or 10 seconds memory ECG for interpretation Automatic interpretation recommendation...


You can determine the oxygen saturation in your blood with the pulse oximeter. This may be necessary during sport at high altitudes or if you have health problems. Your pulse is also shown graphically on the colour display. Measurement of SpO2 as a potential vital sign in acute illnesses Measuremet of heart rate (pulse) Particularly suitable for persons...