OLD DESIGN

Systems often produce bad data, requiring a complex recalibration process. The monochrome display is tough to read at an angle. Users must pore through reference manuals to memorize the buttons to use.

NEW DESIGN

Recalibration takes one push of a button. Fewer buttons are required to monitor 12 blood values vs. the old design's six. The readings are color-coded--red for blood coming from arteries, blue for veins. Training time is reduced.

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