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Masimo Radical 7 Rainbow Signal Extraction Pulse Oximeter

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Original price $92.00
Original price $92.00 - Original price $92.00
Original price $92.00
Current price $46.00
$46.00 - $46.00
Current price $46.00
OEM: Masimo
Material: Radical 7 Rainbow Signal Extraction
Common name: Pulse Oximeter
Weight: 1
Location: College Park, GA 30349
Serial Number: T013647
SKU#: Inv-8000212461
Notes: No power supply

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Cosmetic Condition

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The Radical-7 is a noninvasive monitor that measures arterial oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate, and perfusion index (PI), along with optional measurements of hemoglobin (SpHb), carboxyhemoglobin (SpCO), methemoglobin (SpMet), total oxygen content (SpOC), Pleth Variability Index (PVI), and Acoustic Respiration Rate (RRa). The Radical-7 can be used as either a Handheld or a Standalone monitor. The Radical-7 features a touchscreen Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) that continuously displays numeric values for all parameters. The Radical-7 provides graphical displays for plethysmographic waveform, respiratory waveform, Signal Identification and Quality Indicator (Signal IQ). The Radical-7 can also be used to interface with a multi-parameter patient monitor to send Masimo SET pulse oximetry information to that monitor for display. The Radical-7 has an embedded 802.11 wireless radio that can be used for connectivity.
Key Features
The following features are available for the Radical-7. Some features are optional:Masimo SET is clinically proven to satisfy all sensitivity and specificity requirements for pulse oximeter technology.Rainbow technology uses 7+ wavelengths of light to continuouslyand noninvasively measure carboxyhemoglobin (SpCO), methemoglobin (SpMet), and total hemoglobin (SpHb), as well as providing a more reliable probe-off detection.Total oxygen content (SpOC) provides a calculated measurement of the amount of oxygen in arterial blood, which may provide useful information about oxygen both dissolved in plasma and combined with hemoglobin.Perfusion Index (PI) with trending capability indicates arterial pulse signal strength and may be used as a diagnostic tool during low perfusion.Pleth Variability Index (PVI) may show changes that reflect physiologic factors such as vascular tone, circulating blood volume, and intrathoracic pressure excursions. [The utility of PVI is unknown at this time and requires further clinical studies. Technical factors that may affect PVI include probe malposition and patient motion.]Respiration rate can be determined by the acoustic (RRa) or plethysmographic waveform (RRp).