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Nonin Wrist-worn Pulse Oximeter (M3150)

Product Code: M3150

£565.00 ex. VAT
£678.00 inc. VAT

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Nonin Wrist-worn Pulse Oximeter (M3150)

The WristOx2™, Model 3150 provides highly accurate oxygen saturation and pulse rate readings in the widest range of patients and settings. From the hospital to the home, the WristOx2™is ideal for applications including cardio-ambulatory monitoring, remote wireless monitoring and overnight studies. It is simple and easy to use, and data can be downloaded via a USB cable or wirelessly with Bluetooth technology, providing patients with increased independence during continous monitoring applications. Also available in OEM configuration.

The WristOx2, Model 3150 features advanced performance and reporting capabilities including enhanced connectivity and increased memory storage.

Features and Benefits

  • Easy to Use Simply put your finger in the sensor
  • Powerful Battery 48 hours of battery life (non-Bluetooth), 24 hours with continuous Bluetooth using two AAA alkaline batteries
  • Enhanced Memory 1,080 hours of non-volatile memory at a four-second sampling rate with additional high resolution variable sampling options of one or two seconds
  • Convenient Data Transfer Transfer data securely to nVISION® data management software via Bluetooth wireless or USB connection
  • New Sensor Line The new WristOx2 sensors are exclusively designed for use with the new WristOx2, Model 3150
  • Software Support Advanced features such as Six Minute Walk Test (6MWT) or overnight sleep reporting available when used with nVISION data management software
  • Nonin Quality and Support Rugged durability and industry-leading 3-year warranty

Specifications

  • The Model 3150 with MVI mode provides a graphic display of the amount of recorded data in the Model 3150 in hours and minutes. In the MVI mode, the Model 3150 provides assurance to Independent Diagnostic Testing Facilities (IDTFs) and Home Care companies that sufficient data has been recorded during oxygen verification testing; preventing unnecessary trips for repeat recordings, reducing costs, and improving overall efficiencies