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Masimo rainbow Acoustic Monitoring Technology Cleared for Market in Japan
Date:10/10/2011

d in Japan. As a result, the number of postoperative patients sent to the general ward has increased and nurses have more workload, especially at night shift. We have concerns about patient safety.  Anesthesiologists tend to administer postoperative patients muscle relaxant and/or pain relief drugs such as Morphine, Fentanyl, Remifentanil. Those patients are often at risk of respiratory failure when excessive amount of these drugs are administered. The respiratory monitoring for those patients is currently done by pulse oximeter and/or a visual observation, however that is not enough.  Now we have a solution. I strongly recommend Rad-87 with RRa: it is a simple use and the RRa accuracy is as good as ETCO2, on top of that SpO2 can be monitored at the same time.  I am assured that Rad 87 with RRa will be a powerful tool for clinicians and nurses on a postoperative patient risk management.”

Michael Ramsay, M.D., Chief of the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, stated, "Breathing adequately is what matters most. Masimo acoustic respiration rate (RRa) provides clinicians with the ability to automatically and continuously monitor the breathing status of post-surgical patients in general care or post-anesthesia settings—alerting them to the first sign of an abnormal or compromised breathing pattern that may be indicative of airway obstruction or respiratory distress. And, the Masimo Acoustic Sensor is virtually unnoticeable when worn—making it extremely patient-friendly."

Masimo rainbow Acoustic Monitoring features an innovative adhesive sensor with an integrated acoustic transducer that is easily and comfortably applied to the patient's neck to detect upper airway acoustic vibrations on the surface of the skin during the respiratory cycle. Using patented acoustic signal processing that leverages Masimo's revolutionary Signal Extraction Technology (SET), the re
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