New & Used Medical Gas Monitor

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Device: Medical Gas Monitor
Manufacturer: Datascope
Model: Multinex PLUS
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
430
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Device: Medical Gas Monitor
Manufacturer: Invivo
Model: Millennia 3500
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
380
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Device: Medical Gas Monitor
Manufacturer: Philips
Model: M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
610
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Device: Patient Monitor
Manufacturer: Datex-Ohmeda GE Healthcare
Model: AS/3 Anesthesia Monitor
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Patient Monitor
Manufacturer: Datex-Ohmeda GE Healthcare
Model: AS/3 Anesthesia Monitor
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
3,392
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Device: Medical Gas Monitor
Manufacturer: Datascope
Model: Multinex PLUS
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
430
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Device: Medical Gas Monitor
Manufacturer: Datascope
Model: Multinex PLUS
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
430
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Device: Medical Gas Monitor
Manufacturer: Criticare
Model: POET IQ2 Gas Monitor 8500Q
Location: United States, California
5,215
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2009

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Device: Patient Monitor
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Model: M1094B
Location: United States, Arizona
300
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The model & manufacturer of the marked items have changed due to an acquisition between companies, and are also known as:
Current Manufacturer / Model Name Alternative Manufacturer / Model Name
Hewlett-Packard / M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module Philips / M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module

Medical Gas Monitor may also be referred to as :

Monitor, Medical Gases | Multiple Medical Gas Monitor, Respired-Anesthetic | Oxygen-Carbon Dioxide Monitor | Oxygen Monitor | Multiple Medical Gas Monitor, Respired | Multiple Medical Gas Monitor | Medical Gases Monitor | Gases Module | Gas Module | Gas Monitor | Carbon Dioxide Oxygen Monitor | Carbon Dioxide Monitor | Anesthetic Gas Module
 

Tips for buying Medical Gas Monitor

  1. Medical gas monitors sample and measure inspired and expired concentrations of respiratory and anesthetic gases during and immediately following anesthetic administration.
  2. Medical gases monitors display inspired and expired gas concentrations of CO2 and homogenate agent, inspired concentrations of O2 and N2O, and respiration rate.
  3. Water vapor, aspirated fluid, or pressure in the breathing circuit may interfere with the measurements and therefore should be eliminated or automatically compensated for by the medical gas monitors.
  4. These medical gases units must remain zeroed and calibrated for at least six months. The medical gas monitor measurements should remain accurate over commonly used ventilation rates. The rise time for O2 measurements should be less than 20 seconds.
  5. The actual alarm-limit setting should not be altered if the displayed CO2 concentration is changed between mm Hg and percent CO2. Preferably, the alarm limit will be converted into the new anesthetic gas module units. The medical gas monitor should not be allowed to silence the apnea alarm indefinitely.
  6. When the medical gas monitor unit is turned on, agent monitoring should activate automatically. However, a medical gas monitor unit can require that agent be selected before monitoring begins, as long as it warns the user when agent is detected but has not been selected.
  7. Units with pulse oximetry should have a probe failure/disconnect alarm and audible alarms for low and high SpO2 and low and high pulse rates. The medical gas monitor should indicate when SpO2 and pulse rate readings are likely to be inaccurate due to a weak pulse.
  8. Multiple Medical Gas Monitors should display the CO2 waveform. A preferred unit is one that allows users to select at least two additional graphical displays.
  9. The exhaust gas from the multiple medical gas monitors must be returned to the patient's breathing circuit or scavenged. The attachment to a scavenger must not affect the performance. An easy-to-access port to which the sampling tube cannot be connected should be provided with the medical gas monitor.
  10. A multiple medical gas monitor is produced as either a configured unit or a modular part of a physiologic monitoring system. Therefore, medical centers and clinics should consider the status of their present physiologic monitoring system before purchasing a medical gases monitor.
  11. A modular medical gas monitor may allow all information and alarms to be integrated into one display. It can also be integrated into anesthesia delivery units.
  12. It is possible to add modules in order to expand the capabilities of the monitoring equipment of these monitors because of the variety of its configurations.
  13. Facilities that already have pulse oximeters can purchase anesthetic gas module units without this option.
  14. When planning to replace the current anesthetic delivery equipment, facilities may wish to consider an anesthetic gas module system with optional modules for combined CO2, N2O, and agent monitoring or for pulse oximetry.
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