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Nellcor N-395

Nellcor N-395

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Description

Nellcor N-395

The N-395 is a portable pulse oximeter intended for use as a continuous non-invasive monitor of functional oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin (SpO2) and pulse rate.  It is intended for adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients.  The N-395 is designed for hospitals, outpatient centers, intra-hospital transport, and home care.  Hospital use typically covers such areas as general care floors, operating rooms, special procedure areas, intensive and critical care areas, surgicenters, sub-acute centers, special nursing facilities, sleep labs, and more.

Specifications

Measurement Range

SpO2:  1 – 100%
Pulse Rate:  20 to 250 beats per minute (bmp)

Accuracy

  • Saturation (%SpO2)+-1SD)

    • Without MotionAdults:  70 – 100% +-2digitsNeonates:  70 – 100%+-3digits1-69% unspecified

    • With MotionAdults & Neonates:  70-100%+-3digits1-69% unspecified

  • Pulse Rate

    • Without Motion:  20-250+-3digits

    • With Motion:  Normal physiologic range (e.g., 55-125bpm)+-5digits

Other Product Features 

  • Simple, intuitive operation and easy-to-see display.

  • Compatible with the complete family of OxiMax Pulse Oximetry Sensors .

  • Ideal for any clinical environment—monitors neonates through adults.

  • Convenient selection of adult or neonate alarm limits, and user-configurable power-on settings.

  • Works with the Oxinet III Central Station and Paging System to provide an easy-to-use, cost-effective monitoring solution for the General Care Floor.

  • Compatible with Nellcor’s Score Analysis Software for overnight oximetry studies.

  • User-selectable fast-averaging mode (2-3 seconds) to more precisely track rapidly changing saturations.

  • On-screen viewing of 48 hours of SpO 2 and pulse rate trends taken at 4-second intervals; printing capability.

  • Variable pitch beep tone enables clinicians to hear changes in SpO 2 .

  • Interfaces with certain multiparameter monitors; real-time patient information and true physiologic waveforms are displayed on host system.