Tabletop Pulse Oximeter Nonin 7500 without sensor

Tabletop Pulse Oximeter Nonin 7500 without sensor
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Nonin Medical's Model 7500 pulse oximeter has a unique low-profile design that enables it to fit easily on a tabletop or into its own carrying case.

€1,115.00 (tax incl.) €899.19 (tax excl.)
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The stylish, compact 7500's simple functionality, minimum 16-hour battery life, 4-hour quick recharge, and minimum or 70 hours of memory makes it well-suited for a variety of clinical and homecare applications. Like all Nonin portable oximeters, the 7500 provides a wide variety of display indicators that provide reliable readings.

With pureSAT pulse oximetry technology, lightweight & compact and bright LED displays and large display screen offer clear readability. With rugged design and over 70 hours of memory available for extended monitoring.

With monitors neonate to adult patients in acute care to homecare environments. Use as a stand alone device or interface with other equipment. It is user-friendly interface

The 7500 provides a variety of display indicators that ensure reliable readings such as the color coded bar graph and assists in assessing the patient's status. An audible tone sounds with each pulse. The pitch changes with the patient's saturation level.
 
The pulse quality indicator detects patient movement or signal quality changes that may require sensor site stabilization.
 
The sensor fault indicator indicates when a sensor has become disconnected, misaligned, failed, or is incompatible with the monitor.
 
A quick and complete assessment of your patient's oximetry readings is made easier with the combination of information supplied by the Pulse Strength Bar Graph, variable pitch pulse/saturation tones and Pulse Quality Indicator.
 
The patient security mode features locks alarm limits, volume and time/date settings, prevents unintentional changes and provides automatic recall of locked limits.
In the recall function it features the reinstatement of user's last customized alarm settings.
The user-defined defaults allows user to adjust the alarm limit and volume default settings to their specific requirements.
 
You can choose between sensors, patient cables, rolling stand, carrying case, pole mount system and data management software (7500 or 7500FO are compatible with nVISION data software).
 
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30 cm
5 cm
20 cm
2 kg
Data sheet
User groups
Adult
Children's
Infant
Type
Tabletop

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