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N-395 Pulse Oximeter

ProductsN-395 Pulse Oximeter
Company Nellcor
Item N-395 Pulse Oximeter
Features 
  • Reads through challenging motion conditions.
  • Accurately tracks saturation and pulse rate values.
  • Reduces nuisance alarms.
  • Operates in low perfusion, weak signal conditions and with environmental interference.
  • Monitors neonates through adults.
  • Bright blue LCD display for ease of viewing.
  • Flip feet for angle adjustment.
  • Choice of "Big Numbers" or plethysmographic waveform.
  • On-screen viewing of 48 hours of SpO2 and pulse rate trends taken at 4-second intervals.
  • Compatible with Nellcor's full line of sensors.
  • Sensor-off indicator.
  • User-configurable power-on settings.
  • One-touch selection of alarm limits.
  • One-touch contrast adjustment.
  • Prints graphical and tabular trends.
  • Priority alarm scheme.
  • EIA-232 Serial Output.
  • Nurse call capabilities.
  • Compatible with Score Analysis software.
  • Analog output.
  • Optional GCX mounting bracket.
Description The Nellcor N395 Pulse Oximeter with Oxismart XL Advanced Signal Processing reads through challenging motion conditions, cutting through nonspecific noise to find the pulse and track true SpO2 and pulse rate values.

The N395 monitor is also equipped with SatSeconds Alarm Management, a breakthrough in clinician-programmable alarm sensitivity for pulse oximetry. SatSeconds Alarm Management empowers clinicians to manage nuisance alarms caused by short or rapid transient desaturations. Clinicians can set SatSeconds Alarm Management to trigger an alarm only when the SatSeconds "clock" reaches a user-defined limit of 0, 10, 25, 50, or 100 SatSeconds. When three or more violations occur in 60 seconds, an alarm will sound, even if the SatSeconds clock setting has not been reached. This is the SatSeconds "safety net".

The N395 monitor features an interface protocol for Agilent, SpaceLabs, GE/Marquette, and DatexOhmeda patient monitoring systems. This simple display link is designed to allow the multifunction "host" system to display real-time SpO2, pulse rate and alarm information directly from the N395 Pulse Oximeter, thus integrating Nellcor Oxismart XL technology into the multifunction monitor for remote monitoring, trending, data storage and other features offered by the host system.
Info Nellcor
Customer Service: (800) 635-5267

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