Alar Nasal Pulse Oximetry Sensor works on the most challenging patients! Anesthesia Advantages “It works when other sensors fail.” The monitoring site is unaffected by non-invasive blood pressure measurements thus reducing false alarms and giving the anesthesia provider uninterrupted oximeter measurements. The Alar Nasal Pulse Oximetry Sensor can be left on for PACU and SICU … Read more
The German manufacturer, MIPM – Mammendorfer Institut für Physik und Medizin GmbH has announced that effective June 30, 2016 the TOF Watch, TOF Watch S and TOF Watch SX neuromuscular monitors will no longer be manufactured. The official announcement of the discontinuance of the TOF Watch is below: TOF-Watch – objective neuromuscular monitoring Product cancelation … Read more
Key findings from 2010 study on CO2 absorbent surprisingly ignored! Detection of Carbon Monoxide During Routine in Infants and Children Richard J. Levy, MD,* Viviane G. Nasr, MD,* Ozzie Rivera, BS,† Renee Roberts, MD,* Michael Slack, MD,‡ Joshua P. Kanter, MD,‡ Kanishka Ratnayaka, MD,‡ Richard F. Kaplan, MD,*and Francis X. McGowan, Jr., MD§ (Anesth Analg … Read more
Like other anesthesia pulse sensors, the Nasal Alar Pulse Oximetry Sensor from Bell Medical is designed for low profusion patients and multi-day stay ICU patients. The Nasal Alar Pulse Oximeter Probe is FDA approved for up to 28 days on a patient. The Nasal Alar Pulse Oximeter Probe is lightweight and comfortable to wear. Patients LOVE … Read more
Come visit our booth #2812 at the American Association of Anesthesiologist (ASA Meeting 2015) in San Diego! We are introducing the Alar Nasal Sensor, the Stimpod 450 TOF Monitor and BevMD to anesthesiologists. Bell Medical, Inc.
Amsorb Plus CO2 Absorbent improves patient safety by eliminating potential toxins plus it provides permanent color change so you always know the status of your absorbent. Your health organization is currently using GE Medisorb which is a traditional sodalime that can produce toxins when desiccated or fully spent. Since your facility does not change your … Read more