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Model 130 Pulse Oximeter

ProductsModel 130 Pulse Oximeter
Company Mediaid Inc.
Item Model 130 Pulse Oximeter
Features 
  • Memory - 30 minutes and/or 20 patients and/or 11.5 hours
  • Pocket-sized, compact styling
  • Transmits data to a hand-held printer or personal computer
  • Multi-sensor versatility - choose from a built-in sensor or the cable adapter module and any sensor with a CompuShield connector
  • Advanced DSP technology
  • 2-year warranty
  • Description The Model 130 has expanded memory capabilities for overnight sleep screening.

    The Model 130 has memory to retain oxygen saturation and pulse rate data, and can operate in three different modes to best suit your needs:

    1. The Model 130 can retain up to 30 minutes of information for a single patient, making the device ideally suited for treadmill or other long-duration tests.
    2. The Model 130 can also be used in walk-around tests, storing data for up to 20 consecutive patients, tagging each reading with a patient number, time, and date.
    3. The Model 130 also includes expanded memory for sleep screening where data can be stored every 5 seconds for up to 11.5 hours.


    Data stored in any mode can be printed or quickly transferred by infrared to a personal computer.
    Info Mediaid Inc.
    Customer Service: (310) 793-8844
    Web site: http://www.mediaidinc.com/

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