Datascope Accutorr Plus Vital Signs (NIBP, SpO2)

$750.00
Ex Tax: $750.00
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Brand: DATASCOPE
Product Code: Datascope Accutorr Plus Vital Signs (NIBP, SpO2)
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Accutorr Plus NIBP. It’s all there. Proven Accutorr performance and our most advanced NIBP technology, designed specifically for ease of use – all in a lightweight, easily transported portable/bedside monitor.

The Accutorr Plus is an easy to use, non-invasive blood pressure monitor available with optional infrared or predictive temperature and recorder modules for cost-effective upgradability.

Optional Predictive Temperature – at the speed you want and the accuracy you demand.

Optional Integrated printer – Instant hard copy on any or all patients. Produces hard copy documentation of patient data, including NIBP, heart rate, temperature measurements, and SpO2

Choose a model with Lithium Ion battery technology for maximum run time and battery life with minimum battery recharge.

Masimo SET pulse oximetry: the first pulse oximetry technology clinically proven accurate during motion and low perfusion conditions.

 

FEATURES

Light weight, portable with user-configurable technology

Easy-to-read large numbers

Dedicated controls which can be customized

Easily configurable:

-    Patient size

-    Interval time

-    Alarms

-    Inflation pressure

-    Audio level

-    Temperature format

 

Quick connect, single hose fittings

Unique flexible databases

IV pole/bed rail attachment

Lithium Ion Battery

Up to 8 hours run time without recharging

Over twice the life cycles of sealed lead acid batteries

Only 2 hours to fully recharge battery

Non-intrusive Blood Pressure (NiBP) Monitor

Stores up to 100 readings, instantly accessible

Optional - Predictive thermometer module

Optional - Printer module

Masimo pulse oximetry

Various flexible mounting options

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