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Criticare Poet IQ 8500

Criticare Poet IQ 8500

Brand:   Criticare
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A powerful combination – proprietary CSI vital signs and 5-agent gas analysis technology.
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Criticare Poet IQ 8500 Features A powerful combination – proprietary CSI vital signs and 5-agent gas analysis technology. Versatile, reliable, and incredibly compact. Designed to operate simply, in less time, and with greater accuracy! The Poet IQ automatically identifies and quantifies inspired and expired CO2, N2O, O2, and five anesthetic agents. The system’s reliable performance, ease of use, flexible design, and affordable cost make it the ideal monitoring solution for anesthesia applications in hospitals and surgical centers. State-of-the-art non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) technology identifies and measures five anesthetic agent gases: Halothane, Enflurane, Isoflurane, Desflurane, and Sevoflurane. Automatic or manual modes. Breath-by-breath O2, CO2, and N2O monitoring. Gas flow sampled at 100, 150 and 200 ml/min. Mixed agent identification. Measurement accuracy is not affected by alcohol. Fast warm-up time ensures full accuracy within minutes. Auto-calibration. Bright, real-time display of numerical values and waveforms provides instant notification of changing patient status. Lightweight, portable design provides flexible workspace options. Philips Heartstart FRX Specifications Gas Monitoring Method: Sidestream; Non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) Identified Gases: Halothane, Isoflurane, Enflurane, Desflurane, Sevoflurane, CO2, N2O, Oxygen Output Data: Inspired and end-tidal gas concentrations; continuous real-time gas concentrations; respiratory rate (elapsed time since last breath); agent identification (primary agent and mixed agents); system information (diagnostic status messages) Agent Detection Measurement Range: Halothane: 0 to 10% Isoflurane: 0 to 10% Enflurane: 0 to 10% Desflurane: 0 to 20% Sevoflurane: 0 to 10% CO2: 0 to 12.5% N2O: 0 to 99% Oxygen: 0 to 100% Measurement Accuracy Agents: ± (0.1% abs. + 4% reading) CO2: ± 0.2% abs. or 4% of reading N2O: ± (1.5% abs. + 4% of reading) Oxygen: ± 3 vol.% (for 0-90%), ± 4 vol.% (for 91-99%) Time to Detect Agent: < 15 seconds @ 200 ml/min Agent Detection Resolution: 0.1 Volume Percent Mixed Gas Threshold: 0.2 vol. % +10% of total concentrations Rise Time Agents: 450 msec CO2: 350 msec N2O: 400 msec Oxygen: 600 msec Respiration Rate Range: 1 to 60 breaths/minute Accuracy: ± 2 bpm or 2% of reading System Features System Configuration: Modular design with by-directional communication, via cable, to the Poet Plus 8100 vital signs monitor. Waveform Output Halothane, Isoflurane, Enflurane, Desflurane, Sevoflurane, CO2, N2O, O2. Concentration Units: Vol.%, Torr, kPa, mmHg. Flow Rates: 100 ml/min, 150 ml/min, 200 ml/min. Occlusion Clearing: Automatic. Auto Zeroing: Occurs 30 to 60 minutes. Duration: 3.0 to 7.0 seconds. Manual user calibration not required. Temperature stabilized optical assembly. Alarm Characteristics EN 475, Adjustable; with audible and visual indications from the vital signs monitor. Alarm Levels: High, Medium, Low, Informational Alarm Modes: Adult/Pediatric/Neonate High and low limit settings for each mode. Trends: 24 hours of stored data in vital signs monitor with graphical and tabular trends. Power Requirements 10 to 28 VDC: 9 watts warm-up, 6 watts operational Receives power from vital signs monitor. Mechanical Weight: 6.5 lbs. (2.95 kg.) Size: 3.8” (H) x 10.4” (W) x 8.2” (D); 9.65 cm (H) x 26.4 cm (W) x 20.8 cm (D) Environmental Operating Temperature: 15º to 35º C; 59º to 95º F Storage Temperature: -5º to 50º C; 23º to 122º F Operating/ Storage Humidity: 15% to 95%, noncondensing Altitude: -1,000 to 10,000 ft. (-300m to 3000m) Type of Protection: Class I Equipment Degree of Protection: Type CF, Defibrillator-proof Protection against ingress: Ordinary