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52 Discovery

Irvine, CA 92618

United States

Phone: 949-297-7000

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licensed rainbow SET products. Rainbow sensors are available in single-patient use, rainbow ReSposable and reusable spot-check sensor types. In August 2014, the company announced CE Mark regulatory clearance in Japan and limited market release of the rainbow DCI-mini, the first noninvasive hemoglobin (SpHb) spot-check sensor for infants and small children (weight 3 to 30 kg). Rainbow Acoustic Sensors: The company’s rainbow Acoustic Sensors detect the sounds associated with breathing and convert the sounds into continuous respiration rate using proprietary signal processing that is based on Masimo SET. SedLine Sensor: Used with the SedLine MOC-9 module for the Root patient monitor, the SedLine sensor is a disposable sensor that collects EEG data for out Sedline monitor. Rainbow Universal ReSposable SuperSensor: This sensor is the noninvasive sensor to provide simultaneous monitoring of SpHb, SpCO, SpMet, SpfO2, SpOC, PI, PVI and Measure-Through-Motion and Low-Perfusion arterial blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) and PR. O3 Sensor: Used with the O3 MOC-9 module for the Root patient monitor, each O3 sensor contains four light-emitting diodes and two detectors to continuously measure rSo2. Remote Alarm and Monitoring Solutions Masimo Patient SafetyNet: Patient SafetyNet is a remote monitoring and clinician notification system. It instantly routes bedside-generated alarms through a server to a qualified clinician’s handheld paging device in real-time. Each system can support up to 80 bedside monitors and can either be integrated into a hospital’s existing IT infrastructure or operate as a stand-alone wireless network. Proprietary Measurements The company’s rainbow measurements include oxygen reserve index, PI, PR, PVI, RRp, SpHb, SpO2, SpCO, SpMet, SpOC and SpfO2, as well as rainbow Acoustic Monitoring, RRa. Halo Index is a dynamic indicator that facilitates continuous global trending and assessment of multiple physiological measurements into an assessment within a single index to quantify changes in patient status, which is displayed on the Patient SafetyNet remote monitoring and notification system. In October 2014, the company announced CE Mark clearance of Eve, a Newborn Screening Software Application for Radical-7 Pulse CO-Oximeters. Eve is designed to help clinicians screen newborns for critical congenital heart disease (CCHD). The Eve Newborn Screening Software Application in the Radical-7 Pulse CO-Oximeter automates the screening steps with animated instruction, including sensor application, measurement selection and screening result determination. Eve is intended to provide application of the screening protocol to reduce method and operator-induced variability and improve efficiency by automating the data capture and comparison between readings. X-Cal X-Cal addresses three common problems experienced by clinicians using an integrated Masimo system. Connectivity Iris connectivity in Root enables third-party devices, such as intravenous pumps and ventilators to connect through Root enabling display, notification and documentation to the electronic medical record through Masimo Patient SafetyNet. Consumer Products The iSpO2 pulse oximeter was designed for use with an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and select Android smart phones. The iSpO2 uses Masimo SET for Measure-Through-Motion and Low-Perfusion performance to allow consumers to check their own SpO2, PR and PI measurements through a pulse oximeter cable and sensor connected to an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or select Android Smart Phone device. In 2013, the company received the CE Mark on iSpO2 for the Android operating system, enabling functionality on select Android-based phones outside of the U.S. The iSpO2 Rx, the professional version for medical use, also received the CE Mark in December 2013, but is not yet available for sale in the U.S. The company’s MightySat fingertip pulse oximeter for personal use provides oxygen saturation and pulse rate measurements and is designed for those who want measurements even under extreme conditions. Optional Bluetooth wireless functionality enables measurement display via a free, do

 

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