Patient Monitor

As a conventional bedside monitor in the hospital, Apollo N2 adopts user-friendly interface and one-key shortcut operating model according to the features of more patients in the department and heavy workload for medical staffs, saving more time and energy for medical workers. The independently-developed high-performance parameter modules can not only achieve the stable monitoring on parameters under various environments, but also can maintain stable and reliable values under continuous monitoring with high intensity for a long time. In order to meet different environments, we offer flexible installation solutions for the daparment, to actually achieve full monitoring at any time anywhere.

Features of Apollo N2

12.1-inch  LED Touch  Screen
  • 12.1-inch high-brightness LED screen, more brilliant display and no distorition of waveform parameters from any angle.
  • Full touch screen control, simple, fast and useful, easily operation with your fingertips.
  • Multiple modes of operation such as touch screen, keys and shuttle, to meet the operating habits of different medical.

Powerful Data Capabilities

Apollo N2 has a complete data storage function, parameter waveform storage review and automatic saving of alarm events; bedsides, it has power failure storage function.

Easily Achieving Wired/Wireless Networking
 
With ZD100 central monitoring system and through the wireless or wired way, it composes of the central monitoring system. It can real-time display the alarm information, with bidirectional operation functions.

Upgraded EtCO2 and other functions

Product upgrades IBP and EtCO2, to meet different clinical needs; EtCO2 microfluidic technology applies to all types of patients.

High-capacity Lithium Battery

With a well-known international brand of lithium battery, Apollo N2 can achieve a long-time standby having a powerful battery cruising power.

Plug-in Printer (Optional)

Apollo N2 adopts the plug-in thermal printer and 112mm holographic waveform parameter printing, to fully reflect the monitoring information and give more support for clinicians.

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