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Last €37.15 EUR
Change Today -0.208 / -0.56%
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52 Discovery

Irvine, CA 92618

United States

Phone: 949-297-7000

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remote settings, such as physician offices. Pronto-7: The Pronto-7 is a noninvasive multiparameter device utilizing rainbow 4D that provides spot-checking of hemoglobin, oxygen saturation, pulse rate and PI. The Pronto-7 is well-suited for spot-checking of hemoglobin in clinical and non-clinical settings. Rad-8: The Rad-8 is a bedside pulse oximeter. Rad-5: In addition to the bedside monitors, the company developed handheld pulse oximeters using Masimo SET (but without rainbow capability). Its Rad-5 and Rad-5v handheld oximeters were the first dedicated handhelds with Masimo SET. Rad-57: The Rad-57 is a fully featured handheld Pulse CO-Oximeter that provides continuous, noninvasive measurement of hemoglobin, carboxyhemoglobin and methemoglobin in addition to oxygen saturation, pulse rate and PI. Its design makes it applicable for use in hospital and field settings, specifically for fire departments and EMS units. SedLine MOC-9 Module: The SedLine monitor measures brain function on a continuous basis. The SedLine MOC-9 module for Root is an EEG-based brain function monitor that provides information about a patient’s response to anesthesia. O3 MOC-9 Module: The O3 MOC-9 module for Root uses near-infrared spectroscopy to detect regional hypoxemia by continuously measuring tissue oxygen saturation (rSo2), automating the differential analysis of regional to central oxygen saturation. Capnography and Gas Monitoring: The company’s gas analyzers, IRMA and ISA, and emergency capnometer (EMMA), enable its customers to benefit from carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, oxygen and anesthetic agent monitoring in many hospital environments. uSpO2 Cable/Board: The company’s new SET technology-in-a-cable contains its low power (MS-2040) technology in a reduced size, allowing it to be embedded into patient cables as part of the sensor connector. Sensors Sensors and Cables: In total the company has approximately 100 different types of sensors to meet every clinical need. Masimo SET sensors are designed to reduce interference from physiological and non-physiological noise. The company’s proprietary technology platforms operate only with its proprietary sensor lines. The company sells its sensors and cables to end-users directly or through its distributors and OEM partners. The company’s reusable sensors are primarily used for short-term, spot-check monitoring. Its rainbow ReSposable sensors are expected to provide performance advantages for customers using reusable and reprocessed sensors. SofTouch Sensors: The company has developed SofTouch sensors, designed with less adhesive or no adhesive at all for compromised skin conditions. These include single-patient sensors for newborns and multi-site reusable sensors for pediatrics and adults. Trauma and Newborn Sensors: The company has developed two specialty sensor lines, specifically designed for trauma and resuscitation situations, as well as for newborns. These sensors contain an identifier which automatically sets the oximeter to monitor with maximum sensitivity and the shortest-averaging mode and allows for application, even in wet and slippery environments. Additionally, the company introduced low-profile sensors to monitor oxygen saturation in newborns. The newly enhanced low-profile LNCS and M-LNCS Neo, NeoPt and Inf Sensors are smaller and thinner, making them significantly more comfortable for patients and easier to apply for healthcare workers. Blue Sensors: The company monitors arterial blood oxygen saturation levels in cyanotic infants and children with abnormally low oxygen saturation levels. E1 Ear Sensor: The E1 Ear Sensor is designed for field EMS utilization. TFA-1 Adhesive Forehead Sensor: The company’s TFA-1 forehead sensor can combine Masimo SET performance and central monitoring to provide access and responsive assessment of oxygenation, for hospitals desiring forehead monitoring with a disposable sensor. Rainbow Sensors: The company has developed proprietary, multi-wavelength sensors for use with its rainbow Pulse CO-Oximetry products. Its licensed rainbow SET sensors are the only sensors that are compatible with the company’s

 

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