EDAN IM70 Patient Monitor w/12″ LCD Screen, NIBP, ECG, SpO2, Resp, Temp, *ETCO2, *IBP, *Anesthetic Gas, IM70 (*Optional) .
Embedded with the latest improved designs, iM70 is meant to add splendors to the i Series portfolio and answer for the latest clinical requirements across the applications from general cares to anesthesia monitoring, while keeping connected to hospital systems in all divisions.
The high resolution color TFT-LCD together with the up-to-date customizable shortcut menu design brings easy one-touch access to frequent used functions, allowing more attentions to the patients. Without making any noise or causing any dust deposition, the no-fan design of iM70 is especially suitable for night time operations and the divisions which require a dust-free environment.
Being embedded with various communication capabilities including HL7, LAN, built-in Wi-Fi, Nurse Call, and Defibrillator Synchronization, iM70 can easily communicate and co-work with hospital information system and other hospital facilities. With a wide range of optional parameters from IBP to cardiac output, from capnography to anesthesia gas, iM70 can meet most clinical requirements in cardiaovascular monitoring and gas monitoring.
Supported by the latest EDAN technologies:
- iSEAPTM ECG monitoring algorithm optimized for arrhythmia detection, pacemaker detection, and HR measurement
- SEMIP ECG diagnostic algorithm tested by CSE, AHA and MIT database
- iMATTM SpO2 algorithm with outstanding motion resistance and low perfusion resistance performance
- iCUFSTM NIBP algorithm optimized for cardiac patients, hypertensive patients, and neonatal patients iCARBTM CO2 algorithm for EDAN G2 CO2 technology
SIDESTREAM EtCO2:Sidestream is most often used for non-intubated patients with the use of Nasal or Nasal/Oral cannula. However, the Sidestream module can also be used on intubated patients with the use of an airway adaptor (typically used for shot term ventilator care – under 3 days). Sidestream is commonly used in Emergency Medicine and Procedural Sedation.
MAINSTREAM EtCO2:The Mainstream sensor can only be used on patients who are intubated and on ventilators. The CAPNOSTAT Mainstream technology is designed for use for long-term ventilator care, typically longer than 3 days and up to 30 days or longer.