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ProductsS/5 Light Monitor
Company Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
Item S/5 Light Monitor
Features 
  • Designed for transport between care areas and for bedside observation in anesthesia, critical and stepdown care areas or in the emergency department.
  • Preconfigured with optimized keys to help ensure efficient monitoring including direct access keys for the functions you use most.
  • Automatic numerical and graphical patient data trending of all parameters.
  • Optional 3-channel recorder allows you to print waveforms and trend data.
  • Optional back-up battery or battery module for safe and continuous monitoring.
  • Optional network connection to the Datex-Ohmeda S/5™ Central enables viewing alarms and printing, as well as real-time remote information transfer to other S/5 monitors in the network.
  • Datacard option for collecting data during transport and integrating it into anesthesia and critical care systems.
  • Large display provides outstanding visibility and a wide range of viewing angles.
  • ability to upgrade with recorder, battery module, CO2 Datacard and network options.
  • Balanced handle with hooks makes it easy to lift,carry, and attach to bed or wall rail.
  • Description Best value for size.

    The Datex-Ohmeda S/5 Light Monitor is a compact, portable patient monitor for use in anesthesia and critical care areas, in emergency or medium-care units and during intra- or inter-hospital transport. As part of the Datex-Ohmeda S/5 family, the S/5 Light Monitor features the same intuitive user interface and design shared by all S/5 monitoring products and can be integrated into the Datex-Ohmeda Network for central monitoring. The S/5 Light Monitor also provides for data continuity between care sites with the optional Data Card.

    The optimal 9" EL screen with clear layout of information and large numbers, the S/5 Light Monitor offers visibility and definition unrivalled by any portable monitor. The ergonomic handle with hooks allows quick and easy attachment to be any bed or wall rail. Robust frame supports use in difficult conditions.

    The S/5 Light Monitor combines the following parameters and functions in a truly compact package: ECG, Respiration, SpO2, NIBP, Temperature, 2 x Invasive Blood Pressure (optional), Fi/EtCO2 (optional), Recorder (optional), two hour Battery Module (optional) and External Battery Charger (optional).
    Info Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 345-2700
    Web site: http://www.us.datex-ohmeda.com/index.asp

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