Built-in, vivid 12.1-inch display with auto-adjustablelarge numerics and waveforms for optimal visibility.
Includes the standard functions you need for perianesthesia monitoring including 3 or 5-lead ECG, non-invasive blood pressure, Masimo SET.
Motion tolerant SpO2, temperature, and drug calculations.
Offers various options to best meet your department’s needs including microstream, CO2, BISx Module, Nellcor, OxiMax, SpO2, cardiac output, continuous cardiac output/SvO2*, invasive blood pressures, ST and arrhythmia analysis and more.
Size: 12.1-inch (30.7cm) Color Active Matrix TFT LCD
Resolution: 800 x 600 pixels
Waveforms: 3 to 8
ECG (3-LEAD AND 5-LEAD)
Leads: I, II, III, aVR, aVL, aVF, V
Cable Detection: Autodetecting Datascope 3 or 5 wire
Delay: ≤35 ms max between QRS Peak and rising edge of Sync Pulse
Amplitude: 2Vp minimum into a 5k ohm load
Width: 2-7 ms
Analog Output: (ECG)
Delay: 25 ms max
Sensitivity: 1 V/mV of input, ± 10%
Defibrillator Overload Protection:
Withstand 360 Joule discharge as per IEC 60601-2-27, 51.101.1
Recovery Time: Time for recovery to within 1mV in < 8 seconds automatically. 3 seconds from 1Vpp at 60 Hz
HEART RATE METER
Range: 30 – 300 BPM Adult/Pediatric, 30 – 350 BPM
Accuracy: ± 3 BPM or ± 3% at 30 – 250 BPM whichever is greater, ± 5% at 251 – 350 BPM
Pacer Rejection: Rejects all pulses of amplitude ± 2.0 mV to ± 700 mV and duration 0.1 to 2 ms with no tail. AAMI EC-13-1992 4.1.4
(3-Lead and 5-Lead) Rejects all pulses of amplitude ± 2.0 mV to 700 mV and duration 0.1 to 2ms with 100 ms time constant tail of less than 2.0 mV, or 4 ms time constant tail of < 2.0 mVper AAMI EC-13-1992 184.108.40.206 Tall T-Wave Rejection: Rejects all T-Waves of amplitude less than 120% of 1 mV, 100 ms QRS, T wave duration of 180 ms and Q-T interval of 350 ms per AAMI EC-13-1992 220.127.116.11 (c)
3-lead or 5-lead Range: -9.9 mm to +9.9 mm
Resolution: 0.1 mm
Default ST Measuring Point: 80 ms after j point for HR <120 BPM, 60 ms after j point for HR >120 BPM
The Spectrum OR shall compute the uncorrected MAC value for all agents supported by the Gas Module SE using the following formula: Where AA is the anesthetic agent in use, ET AA is the end-tidal agent concentration, x(AA) is a clinically derived coefficient based on anesthetic
agent (known as 1MAC values), ET N2O is the end-tidal N2O concentration and x(N2O) is a clinically-derived coefficient for N2O (also known as the 1MAC value).
X(Isoflurane) = 1.15%
X(Halothane) = 0.77%
X(Sevoflurane) = 2.1%
X(Desflurane) = 7.3%
X(Enflurane) = 1.7%
X(N2O) = 105%
The uncorrected MAC value is not corrected for ambient pressure (altitude & barometric effects), patient age, patient core temperature or any other individual factors influencing the effect of volatile anesthetic agents. Reference Source: EN ISO 21647:2004 Medical electrical equipment-
Particular requirements for the basic safety and essential performance of respiratory gas monitors.
Vigilance® Interface: Supports the Vigilance IFM out communication protocol in accordance with Edwards Lifesciences specification ELS 1291 RevF