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Children's Hospital Oakland Standardizes to Masimo Rainbow SET(R) Pulse CO-Oximetry(TM) Technology
Date:9/1/2009

at example of how we leverage advanced technology and innovative care solutions to improve comfort and care and speed-up a child's recovery."

Masimo Founder and CEO, Joe E. Kiani, stated, "We are proud of our relationship with Children's Hospital Oakland. Children's was one of the first children's hospitals to convert to Masimo SET years ago and, with a history of leadership in the practice of neonatal and pediatric care, they are continuing to lead new efforts to transform pediatric patient care with their conversion to Masimo Rainbow SET Pulse CO-Oximetry. We are delighted that they have chosen to significantly impact the care and treatment of children and advance the practice of medicine using our noninvasive and continuous Rainbow platform."

Masimo Rainbow SpHb is transforming the way patients are managed in the operating room, intensive care unit and emergency department, where clinicians are reporting earlier identification of necessary blood transfusions, reduction in unnecessary transfusions and invasive tests, increased patient safety, and improved clinical outcomes.

Amit Gupta, M.D., pediatric anesthesiologist at Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland, stated, "Preserving safe hemoglobin levels are always a particular concern for pediatric patients who already have very little hemoglobin to spare. With Masimo Rainbow SET in the peri-operative setting we can noninvasively detect internal bleeding, fluid responsiveness, oxygen saturation, pulse rate, and perfusion--all in a matter of seconds. Having this level of physiological detail immediately available at our fingertips is a tremendous benefit that helps to speed patient assessment, treatment, care, and the safe return to optimal health."

Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland is a regional and global resource for advanced pediatric care, research and medical education. With more than 200,000 patient vis
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