Masimo next week will be unveiling three new products at the American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Conference in San Diego. The Radical-7 features SET pulse oximetry and the ability to add total hemoglobin (SpHb), total arterial oxygen content (SpOC), carboxyhemoglobin (SpCO), methemoglobin (SpMet), and PVI options.
The Patient SafetyNet allows clinicians to keep an eye on up to 80 Masimo monitors and features the new Halo index, “a dynamic new indicator that facilitates continuous global trending and assessment of multiple physiological parameters to quantify changes in patient status.” Halo provides a simple readout ranging from 1 to 10, giving clinicians a quick assessment on each patient throughout the ward.
Features of the Radical-7:
rainbow®Acoustic Monitoring for accurate, easy-to-use, and patient-tolerant respiration rate Adaptive Threshold Alarms™ for audible notification only when significant changes in physiology have occurred Touch screen display for easy operation On-the-fly configuration of parameter size and waveforms MyView™ for personalized displays through presence detection Integrated wireless 802.11 and Bluetooth for seamless connectivity
Features of Patient SafetyNet:
Halo Index for global trending and assessment of physiological parameter trends Real-time or playback of breath sounds to assist clinicians in respiratory assessment Plethysmographic and acoustic waveforms for real-time or playback patient assessment MyView for personalized displays through presence detection technology Clinician workflow analytics to help improve efficiency Wired or wireless 802.11 a/b/g supports both 802.11i security as well as 802.1x authentication Masimo SET virtually eliminates false alarms, while automatic alarm escalation allows for customization based on hospital policy and nursing workflow Easy-to-use, intuitive touch-screen interface enables quick patient admit/discharge and alarm notification Flexible format display allows you to display up to 40 patients on a single screen with up to four different user interfaces possible on a single server