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MRI Pulse Oximeter provides a simple, universal tool for monitoring a patient's pulse and blood oxygen saturation during MRI scans. Incorporates a fiber optic sensor to meet the unique needs of MRI users for patient safety and image quality. When used with Nonin's Fiber-Optic Sensors and Cables, the risk of RF burns is eliminated, as are image artifacts experienced with some MRI systems and conventional monitors.
Compact, lightweight design with built-in rechargeable battery. Use in fixed site or mobile MRI facilities to monitor infants, children, and adults. Well suited for a variety of hospital and transport applications, and is approved by the USAF for aeromedical use. Front-mounted controls are convenient to access and easy to operate. User-adjustable pulse tone with pitch that varies with changes in SpO2. User-adjustable audible and visual pulse rate and SpO2 alarms. Tri-color, LED perfusion indicator is easy to read.
Optional 18-hour trend memory for software review of SpO2 and pulse rate. Includes operating manual, battery charger, and nonmagnetic pole mount clamp. Sensors and wraps sold separately.
5-4/5"W x 2-7/10"H x 7-3/5"D • 2 lbs. • Carrying case included • 3-year warranty
• Fiber optic sensors are available as finger and toe clips with hook-and-loop wraps. Choose from 20' or 30' cable lengths for infants through adults. The 8000 Series of reusable sensors are ideal for short-term monitoring, stress testing, and spot checks—any situation where the risk of cross-contamination is low. Comfortable sensors are form-fitted to decrease ambient light interference.
• nVision™ Data Management Software for oximetry screening (for use with #927756), with online help. Flexible reporting. Easy to use. Customizable views and analysis criteria for immediate feedback.
• Serial computer cable for software.
Oxygen Saturation Range: 0% to 100% • Pulse Rate Range: 18 - 300 pulses/hr • Pulse Rate: ±, 3% ±,1 digit • Accuracy: %SpO2—70 - 100% ±, 3 digits using Adult/Pediatric fiber optic sensors • Battery Operating Time: 30 hours minimum from full charge • Battery Recharge Time: 15 hours for fully depleted battery • Power Requirements for Recharge: 120 VAC/60Hz, standard (in MRI, use battery operation only) • Optional Memory: 18 hours