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Mafraq Hospital Becomes First in United Arab Emirates to Deploy Masimo rainbow SET Pulse CO-Oximetry for State-of-the-Art Noninvasive Patient Monitoring
Date:2/10/2011

ld's most advanced equipment available, so that we can provide the best medical care and treatment services in one of the fastest growing areas in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi," stated John Nickens, CEO at Mafraq Hospital.  "We saw tremendous value in the superior performance and futuristic noninvasive capabilities of Masimo rainbow SET Pulse CO-Oximetry and wanted to extend its positive clinical impact and patient care benefits to all of our patients throughout the hospital."

Mafraq Hospital, managed by Bumrungrad International and owned and operated by the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company PJSC (SEHA), which is responsible for all the curative activities of public hospitals and clinics in Abu Dhabi, is a major referral hospital and comprehensive tertiary healthcare provider in the UAE for 510,000 patients each year.  The conversion ensures that all multiparameter patient monitors, stand-alone oximeters, and sensors throughout the hospital will feature the advanced noninvasive patient monitoring capabilities of Masimo rainbow SET—allowing Mafraq Hospital clinicians to easily and painlessly obtain and continuously track vital blood and physiological data for patients in real-time.  Mafraq  Hospital initially launched the new technology platform hospital-wide with Masimo SET pulse oximetry measurements (SpO2, PI, and PR), enabling the hospital to quickly and easily upgrade to Masimo rainbow Pulse CO-Oximetry measurements (SpHb, SpOC, PVI, SpCO, SpMet) as needed.According to Mafraq Hospital Chief Nursing Officer, Gail Smith, "This conversion provides an exciting new medical first—noninvasive and continuous hemoglobin (SpHb), which allows our clinicians to perform trauma-free hemoglobin blood tests and get immediate results.  And, as the only hospital in the UAE equipped with SpHb, we not only have the ability to quickly measure hemoglobin levels without removing a drop of blood from the patient, but we can now continuously trac
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