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 Consumables

Sensors and monitoring. The data you need to individualize therapy

SpO2 sensors

Patient hand with SpO2 sensor

A sensor to match. For every patient and all your required parameters

Our SpO2 sensors provide accurate SpO2 values even under challenging conditions, including patient motion, patient transport, and low perfusion.

We offer a wide range of sensors from Nihon Kohden and Masimo for all patient groups. You can choose between a range of different options and parameters, depending on your needs (see table below).

For more information, you can also check our e‑catalog or visit the Nihon Kohden and Masimo websites.

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SpO2 (oxygen saturation)

Pulse rate

Pleth waveform

Alarm delay

Pi (perfusion index)

PVi (pleth variability index) (PVi (pleth variability index): may be used as a dynamic indicator of fluid responsiveness in select populations of intubated and mechanically ventilated patientsA​)

SpCO (carboxyhemoglobin) (SpCO (carboxyhemoglobin): provides continuous and noninvasive measurement of the carbon monoxide levels in arterial bloodB​)

SpMet (methemoglobin) (SpMet (methemoglobin): enables noninvasive and continuous monitoring of methemoglobin levels in the bloodC​)

SpHb (total hemoglobin) (SpHb (total hemoglobin): provides real-time visibility of changes in hemoglobin between invasive blood samplesD​)

SpOC (oxygen content) (SpOC (oxygen content): provides noninvasive measurement of the oxygen contentE​)

SpO2 sensor portfolio

We offer consumables for adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients. You can choose between reusable and single-use products, depending on your institutional policies. 

CO2 sensors

Mainstream sensor

Mainstream sensor. Reliable monitoring plus volumetric capnography

The CAPNOSTAT-5 mainstream CO2 sensor is small, durable, and light in weight. 

It provides accurate and reliable monitoring for all intubated patients - from neonates to adults.

You can choose between reusable and single-use airway adapters, depending on your institutional policies.

Together with our flow sensor, the mainstream sensor enables you to perform volumetric capnography for a range of clinical applications.

Sidestream sensor

Sidestream sensor. The preferred way for neonates

The LoFlo sidestream CO2 sensor is both flexible and compact, and there's no calibration needed.

It provides consistent, reliable CO2 monitoring for adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients with a sampling rate of 50 ml/min.

Furthermore, the particularly low dead space makes sidestream measurment preferable for neonates.

CO2 sensor portfolio

Hamilton Medical offers consumables for adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients. You can choose between reusable and single-use products, depending on your institutional policies.

O2 sensors

Galvanic sensors

Galvanic sensors. For reliable FiO2 monitoring

Our oxygen sensors monitor the oxygen concentration in the gas being delivered to the patient.

It's an important function that is checked automatically by the ventilator’s internal electronics at regular intervals.

The mechanism of our sensors is that oxygen diffuses across a membrane and is reduced at the anode, producing a voltage in an electrical circuit. The voltage is therefore proportional to the concentration of oxygen at the anode.

Our oxygen sensor portfolio

Advanced galvanic-type oxygen sensors with excellent stability and accuracy. Choose between leaded or lead-free sensors depending on your country's regulations and institutional policies.

References

 

Footnotes

  • A. PVi (pleth variability index): may be used as a dynamic indicator of fluid responsiveness in select populations of intubated and mechanically ventilated patients
  • B. SpCO (carboxyhemoglobin): provides continuous and noninvasive measurement of the carbon monoxide levels in arterial blood
  • C. SpMet (methemoglobin): enables noninvasive and continuous monitoring of methemoglobin levels in the blood

 

  • D. SpHb (total hemoglobin): provides real-time visibility of changes in hemoglobin between invasive blood samples
  • E. SpOC (oxygen content): provides noninvasive measurement of the oxygen content