MASIMO RAD-97 Pulse Oximeter with Noninvasive Blood Pressure
The Rad-97 Pulse CO-Oximeter with Noninvasive Blood Pressure is a highly customizable device that offers advanced patient monitoring technology to capture a complete picture of a patient’s status.
The compact device can be mounted on a mobile roll stand, making it portable and convenient. The intuitive, responsive display allows for a quick assessment of patient status a glace, instantly providing relevant data compiled from various monitoring technologies.
- Spot-check blood pressure measurements can be taken at any time
- Automatic Interval Mode routinely takes blood pressure measurements once every desired interval, eliminating the need to do so manually
- Stat Interval Mode continuously measures blood pressure for a desired duration of 5 or 10 minutes
- Compatible with disposable and reusable cuffs
- Easily interpretable display of blood pressure measurements
Multi-touch Screen- adjust the range of trend time displayed and quickly navigate the user interface with intuitive finger gestures
Trend Data- trend 96 hours of parametric data to analyze patient status over time
Redesigned Connector- slim profile design that provides tactile feedback upon proper connection
Alarms- audible and visual alarms for quick identification of alarming parameter
System Status Light- provides visual indications of alarms and system messages
- Bright high- resolution LCD color display
- Ambient light sensor automatically adjusts screen brightness, optimizing visibility
- Profile Icon changes and home button illuminates in corresponding colors to provide visual indications of the current profile setting
- Rechargeable Li-ion battery, with approximately four hours of power.
- Communication options
- WiFi (802.11abg)
- Bluetooth® LE
- Nurse Call Interface
- USB Port
All three Rad-97 models provide noninvasive and continuous monitoring through Masimo SET® Measure-through Motion and Low Perfusion™ pulse oximetry and upgradeable rainbow SET™ technologies, including total hemoglobin (SpHb®) and acoustic respiration rate (RRa®).