Macs 10

multi parameter patient monitor

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    Macs 10 multi parameter patient monitor

    Macs 10 is an affordable and compact portable patient monitor, which shows essential basic parameters such as ECG, RESP, temperature, SPO2 and NIBP.

    Specifications

    • 7” display TFT Color LCD
    • Standard Configuration ECG, HR, RESP, NIBP, SpO2, PR, TEMP
    • ECG sweeping speed 12.5mm/s, 25mm/s, 50mm/s
    • Heart rate range 20-300bpm
    • Spo2 display SpO2 value & waveform pulse rate & histogram
    • Measurement Range of Pulse Rate 30-240 bpm
    • RESP Measurement Method Thoracic Impedance
    • RESP Measurement Range 0-120 bpm
    • TEMP Range 25.0-45.0°C
    • NIBP Measurement is Intelligent Oscillometric method
    • NIBP Unit Display 0-300 mmHg
    • Inflation Time <10s (typical adult cuff)
    • Deflation Time <2s (typical adult cuff)
    • Alarm setting customized upper & lower limits & auto saved
    • Rechargeable lead-acid battery

    Features

    • 7” high resolution color TFT screen
    • 5 or 7-channel wave form display with trend coexistence, switchable to observing screen
    • Monitoring standard parameters of ECG, Spo2, RESP, NIBP, TEMP & PR
    • Optimized modes for adult, pediatric & neonate
    • Automatic analysis of 20 arrhythmia waveforms
    • S-T segment with automatic & manual analysis
    • DigitalSpo2 technology with anti-motion & anti-low infusion
    • Trend data analysis for 6/24/120/480 hours
    • Store & review 800 groups of NIBP list data & 24-hour ECG waveforms
    • Audio and Visual alarms with 3-level classification
    • Protection against interference from defibrillator & electrosurgical unit
    • Removable rechargeable battery
    • Network capability (optional)
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