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New Published Study Finds Masimo SET® Delivers More Reliable Measurements Significantly Faster Than Other Pulse Oximetry Technologies
Date:4/11/2011

IRVINE, Calif., April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Masimo (NASDAQ: MASI) announced today that a new study published in this month's issue of the European peer-reviewed journal Acta Paediatrica demonstrates that pulse oximetry makes a critical difference in neonatal resuscitation both in terms of reliability and speed of measurements.  In comparing the measurement response times of three different pulse oximetry technologies, researchers found that the Masimo Radical-7™ pulse oximeter with Masimo SET® Measure-Through Motion and Low Perfusion technology displayed reliable oxygen saturation (SpO2) measurements three to four times faster than competing pulse oximeters.(1)  

Despite numerous advances to improve newborn care, oxygen is still used liberally during newborn resuscitation—unnecessarily exposing many newborns to potentially damaging hyperoxia.  Although pulse oximetry is an important clinical tool for evaluating a patient's oxygenation status and guiding resuscitation, measurement failure rates due to motion artifact and low perfusion can be high -- leading to inaccurate readings, failure to report readings, or freezing of displayed values. As a result, the time to obtain a reliable oxygen saturation reading during newborn resuscitation in the delivery room and during NICU care is a critically important consideration when choosing a pulse oximetry technology.  This is the first prospective observational study to compare pulse oximetry technology performance in detail during newborn resuscitation under unstable critical conditions.

The study was conducted at two health care centers in Barranquilla, Colombia (Clinica del Mar and Medicina Alta Complejidad S.A.) on 32 newborns (median gestational age of 32 weeks) receiving resuscitation as standard of care either in the delivery room
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