Thursday, January 16, 2014

Nonin RespSense® Tabletop Capnograph EtCO2 Monitor Review

The RespSense Capnography Monitor by Nonin is a lightweight and portable EtCO2 Monitor that successfully passes the strict ISO standards for EMS vehicles. With a powerful set of features including constant numerical end tidal carbon dioxide (EtCO2) numbers as well as respiratory rate, this Capnograph monitor ensures accurate and continuous monitoring of CO2 concentration in respiratory gases. It helps dramatically reduce unrecognized misplaced intubations and is ideal in a variety of settings such as sleep labs, EMS, dental offices, home care and hospitals where EtCO2 monitoring is necessary.

Product Features of Nonin RespSense

  • Verification of the placement of endotracheal tubes
  • Detects breath irregularity
  • CPR efficacy verification
  • Visual Waveform trend analysis
  • Widescreen display with touch-panel

The RespSense® features a LCD backlit widescreen touch display, 2 types of alarms, 90 minute EtCO2 and respiration rate trending, and a RS-232 output port. It also has the option to include sensors and sampling lines for both children and adults and memory module. Manufactured by Nonin, the industry-leading provider of capnography equipment, you can be assured of high quality standards in monitoring both intubated and non-intubated patients without the need to scroll through data on the display screen. Its compact size and rugged durability make it an essential piece of equipment wherever a fast and accurate EtCO2 reading is required.

When you order this equipment from Concord Health Supply, it comes with following items:
  • 1 unit of Nonin RespSense Capnograph monitor
  • 3 Filters
  • 3 Adult CO2 sampling nasal cannulas
  • 1 CO2 sample line (for intubated patients only)
  • 1 Straight T-Connector
  • 1 Sens PS-NA battery charger
  • 1 Protective Carrying case
  • 1 User’s Manual on CD
In addition, you also get FREE shipping and excellent customer service.

Click here to buy this product from Concord Health Supply.

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