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P-MediCyp Ltd

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Location: Paphos, Cyprus
Business Type: Supplier
P-MediCyp Ltd is a market-driven , medical technology based company, with the mission to launch, market and distribute unique and innovative Health Care, HomeCare, Wellness and wide variety of better life products in Cyprus, Europe Our wide array ...
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CO2 Monitor Description:

In the MedWOW’s catalog, CO2 Monitor is described as follows:
Bedside carbon dioxide respiratory monitors.
The above ads list companies that sell and / or service CO2 Monitor.

CO2 Monitor may also be referred to as:

Alarm, Ventilation | Breathing Circuit Alarm | Breathing Circuit Monitor | Capno Check | Capnocheck | Capnometer | Carbon Dioxide Analyzer, End-Tidal | Carbon Dioxide Monitor | Carbon Dioxide Monitor, End-Tidal | Carbon Dioxide Monitor, Exhaled Gas | Exhaled Carbon Dioxide Monitor | Operating Room Monitor | OR Monitor | Ventilation Alarm

Tips for buying CO2 Monitor

  • Alarm limits should initialize to useful default values once the CO2 monitor is turned on. Visual alarms could not be disabled. If the alarm condition is not corrected, the alarm must recur automatically after a short period of time. However, an audible-alarm silence is acceptable.
  • CO2 monitors should have adjustable alarm limits for high and low ETCO2, high inspired CO2, and high and low respiration rates for continuous monitoring. When alarm limits are not active, "alarms off" indicator should be available.
  • To connect the exhaust port to the expiratory breathing circuit or a scavenger, tubing with the appropriate fittings should be provided by the operating room monitor manufacturer.
  • Exhaust gas from the operating room monitors must be returned to the patient's breathing circuit or scavenged. When gas is to be scavenged, an easy-to-access port - to which the sampling tube can be connected, should be provided with the CO2 monitor.
  • Water vapor, aspirated fluid, or pressure in the breathing circuit can all cause interference. The presence of CO2 should be detected by the carbon dioxide monitor within 30 sec of being turned on.
  • To ensure that the CO2 monitor remains within the optimal accuracy, interference with CO2 measurements by other gases should be eliminated or automatically compensated for by the CO2 monitor.
  • The measurement range of these CO2 monitor units should be at least 0 to 76 mm Hg. Carbon dioxide room monitors should be accurate to within 10% of the actual concentration.