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Digistim II Nerve Stimulator

ProductsDigistim II Nerve Stimulator
Company CCR Medical
Item Digistim II Nerve Stimulator
Features 
  • The dual-purpose DigiStim II peripheral nerve stimulator efficiently monitors muscle relaxants and precisely located nerves in regional anesthesia procedures.
  • The amount of current delivered to the patient is displayed in mA on a large, easy-to-real, digital LCD.
  • Nerves can be located precisely: The low-level output is adjustable in 0.1-mA increments from 0 to 6.0 mA.
  • In addition to the flash of the pulse LED, an audible indicator sounds as each stimulus pulse is delivered, enabling direct monitoring of the patient's response.
  • An optional computer interface is available for evoked potential and EMG applications.
  • The DigiStim II is delivered ready to use: Instruction manual, built-in mounting bracket (pole clamp assembly), battery, and 6 foot leads with alligator clips are included.
  • Description Modes of Operation:
  • Standby: All toggle switches at off (center position)
  • Twitch: 1 s (1 pulse/s); 10 s (1 pulses/10 s)
  • Tetanus: 50 Hz (50 pulses/s) or 100 Hz (100 pulses/s)
  • Train-Of-Four: Single (4 pulses/2 s); repeat (4 pulses/2 s; repeats every 10 s)
  • Output Current: Adjustable from 0-70 mA(HI range) 0-6.0mA (LO range)
  • Stimulus Pulse: Square Wave Monophasic pulses (200-us duration)
  • Indicators: Digital LCD shows current delivered to the patient in mA. Battery LED (green) indicates that the unit is on; it flashes when battery voltage is low. Pulse LED (red) flashes and audible indicator sounds each time a stimulus pulse is generated.
  • Power Source: 9-V alkaline battery (access door on rear panel) Power Consumption: Approximately 9.6 mA
  • Case: High-impact ABS plastic with anodized aluminum front and rear panels. Switches and handles are chrome-plated.
  • Size: 2.5? H x 6.06" W x 6.25" D
  • Weight: 1 lb.,10 oz., Including battery
  • Warranty: 1 year, parts and labor
  • Info CCR Medical
    Customer Service: (888) 883-7331
    Web site: http://www.ccrmed.com

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