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IntelliVue MP90

ProductsIntelliVue MP90
Company Philips Medical Systems
Item IntelliVue MP90
Features 
  • Compact, quiet CPU
  • Portal technology
  • Up to 12 waveforms
  • Users choice of up to two independent configurable displays and up to two slave displays
  • Touchscreen, mouse, or PS-2 compatible screen navigation
  • Remote SpeedPoint for easy data entry and navigation
  • Two integrated Flexible Module Servers
  • Networked patient monitor with portal technology for highest intensity care
  • Highest performance monitoring for critical care
  • The Multi-Measurement Server: All-in-one convenience
  • Clinical Measurements: An ever expanding range
  • Description The IntelliVue MP90 is designed to match the pace and unique needs of the highest acuity care environments. Built on Philips strong heritage in patient monitoring, the IntelliVue MP90 with dual independent displays has highly flexible screen configuration; an extensive clinical measurements menu; built-in clinical support tools such as Event Surveillance, EASI derived 12-lead ECG, and arrhythmia analysis; and many other powerful features.

    IntelliVue is easy to use and operates on a networked platform that can span the hospital enterprise. It can be configured to suit patient acuity, department protocols, or specific procedure requirements.

    IntelliVue MP90 patient monitor is designed to match the pace and unique needs of:
  • Adult, pediatric, and neonatal intensive care
  • Anesthesia and peri-operative care
  • Cardiac care environments
  • Info Philips Medical SystemsCall Philips Medical Systems to buy products (US and Canada only; other locations use number below) USACanada1-866-745-0519

    Customer Service: 1-800-722-7900
    Web site: http://www.medical.philips.com/

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