Based on its expandability of monitoring parameters and stunning, ultra-slim design, the X10 meets the Standard of Care, fulfills all of your clinical requirements in various scenarios, and covers all patient types, from pediatric to adult monitoring.
Selectable optional parameters include IBP, cardiac output, and capnography, Im60 can adapt to a wide range of sub-acute divisions.
The high-resolution color TFT-LCD together with the up-to-date customizable shortcut menu design brings easy one-touch access to frequently used functions, allowing more attention to the patients.
The Edan iM3 ushers in a new generation of vital signs monitors. In addition to measuring SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation), NIBP (non-invasive blood pressure), and pulse rate, options include quick temp or infrared ear temp modules and a rolling cart. Perfect for both spot check and/or continuous monitoring of patients.
Introducing the Edan M3P Vital Signs monitor. It measures SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation) and NIBP (non-invasive blood pressure) in addition to body temperature and pulse rate. Use it to both spot check and/or continuously monitor patients in hospitals, outpatient clinics, and dental offices.
The roll stands make it easy for you to move your monitor from operatory to operatory. Monitors mount to the top of the stand. The basket allows easy storage for monitor accessories. Wheels lock in place. Roll Stands for use with the IM60, X10 and M3P Monitors.
Capnography cannulas deliver true EtCO2 sampling and/or O2 without limitations at higher oxygen rates. Over the ear style with soft flexible nare tips for patient comfort. . All sizes come complete with 7' of tubing and male leuer lock connector. The divided design separates gases and maintains sampling even during an occlusion.
New ADA regulations requiring capnography will go into effect soon. Get ahead of the curve with this standalone end-tidal CO2 monitor to augment your existing monitoring equipment. This state-of-the-art, touch-screen monitor uses sidestream EtCO2 technology for maximum flexibility, whether on intubated or non-intubated patients.