Mindray VS800 Vital Signs Monitor

Manufacturer: Mindray
Our Price: $1295.00
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VS-800 is a compact, easy-to-use vital signs monitor designed to satisfy your basic monitoring requirements. Suitable for adult, pediatric and neonatal patients, VS-800 is well-adapted for any department where quick, reliable physiological measurements are required. And since it is affordable, you can consider VS-800 for any area of the hospital in which vital signs monitoring may be needed whether on a regular or periodic basis. Equipped with lithium-ion battery technology that provides over 10 hours of continuous running time this powerful monitor can keep up with your busiest shifts. With built-in carrying handle, rolling stand, wall, IV pole and bed mounting options, accompanied by a robust, lightweight design, VS-800 is ready to serve as your everyday vital signs monitor.

. Weighing less than 4 kg, its lightweight design provides a highly mobile vital signs solution
. Smart and stable design keeps VS-800 firmly in place when activating buttons, leaving your other hand
free to perform other tasks
. Standard parameters include non-invasive blood pressure, Mindray SpO2, and pulse rate
. Optional parameters include Masimo SET and Nellcor, SpO2 and temperature
. Large, bright LEDs provide optimal visibility, whether across the bed or across the room
. 3.4" high resolution LCD for display of plethysmograph, trended parameter data, alarm events and menus
. With SmarTemp integrated temperature you can perform predictive oral, axillary and rectal measurements
in less than 12 seconds from calibration
. Storage for up to 100 unique patient IDs and 1,200 sets of data for each parameter. Plus, all data is
transferable to a PC for review and printing
. Built-in recorder for printing of real-time and historical data
. Automatically admit patients using the optional bar code scanner. The process is quick and efficient,
minimizing risk of data transcription errors