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Vital Signs Monitor 300 Series

ProductsVital Signs Monitor 300 Series
Company Welch Allyn Medical Products
Item Vital Signs Monitor 300 Series
Features 
  • The great features youve come to expect from Welch Allyn
  • Separate patient modes with individual settings for adult, pediatric and neonatal support
  • Fast, accurate temperature readings with industry leading Welch Allyn SureTemp Plus thermometry
  • Simple, straightforward operation and intuitive menu navigation with our innovative monitor design
  • Description The Vital Signs Monitor 300 Series enhances your productivity by providing automated vital signs before, during and after procedures. This easy to use portable monitor makes taking automated vital sign readings fast and convenient.

    The Vital Signs Monitor 300 Series begins as a noninvasive blood pressure monitor with the flexibility to add Nellcor® motion-tolerant pulse oximetry, market-leading SureTemp® Plus 4-second thermometry or a built-in printer. With three distinct patient modes adult, pediatric and neonatal your patients of all ages benefit from customized settings and accurate results. The bright display and simple menu functions make the Vital Signs Monitor 300 Series convenient and easy to use. It's ideal for spot check or continuous monitoring in settings ranging from a busy ED to an outpatient clinic. And it's easy to take wherever you need it. Carry it, set it on a countertop, mount it on a wall or wheel it on its own mobile stand
    Info Welch Allyn Medical Products
    Customer Service: (800) 535-6663
    Web site: http://www.welchallyn.com/medical/

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