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Aspect BIS Bispectral and EEG Monitor

Part Number: Aspect A2000 BIS Anesthesia Monitor
Manufacter: Aspect

Our Price: $999.00
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Aspect BIS Bispectral and EEG Monitor

used unit in excellent condition

Included in this sale
  • Aspect BIS A-2000 Bispectral and EEG Monitor
  • Power Cord
  • 30 day warranty

Monitor Features:

  • One button start-up
  • On-screen instructions for sensor connection
  • Automatic, continuous impedance checking
  • Mounted easily on an IV pole, anesthesia cart, or flat surface
  • Proven architecture used in routine clinical practice
  • Established BIS Monitoring Solution
  • Real time EEG Monitoring
  • Solid Steel casing

Monitor Weight: 

  • 3.1 lbs (1.4 kg)
Monitor Dimensions

  • 7.0" (w) x 6.8" (h) x 4'' (d)
  • 17.5 cm x 16.9 cm x 10 cm

Digital Output: 

  • RS232 serial port
  • Electrical Safety   
  • Conforms to UL 2601, CSA 22.2 No. 601-1 and IEC 601-1
   BIS monitoring provides direct information about the effects of anesthetics and sedatives on the brain. The technology works by placing a BIS sensor on a patient's forehead to obtain information from electrical brain activity, or EEG. The BIS monitor then translates this information into a single number from 100 (indicating an awake patient) to zero (indicating the absence of brain electrical activity) that objectively represents each patient's level of consciousness. BIS monitoring thereby enables clinicians to minimize the risk of under- and over- dosing of anesthetics and sedatives. Other vital signs, such as heart rate and blood pressure, do not correlate with depth of consciousness and are unreliable measures of adequate anesthesia and sedation.
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