Patient Monitor

With the rapid development of medical technology, monitors have been widely used in various clinical departments for patient vital signs monitoring in real time, especially in the ICU intensive care unit. which helps medical staff investigate the patient’s condition, and solve emergencies in time.

The intensive care unit is different from the general ward. The diversity of patient diseases and unpredictable changes in the condition put forward strict requirements on the monitoring system. The monitor in ICU must accurately capture the subtle changes in the patient’s vital signs and provide real-time feedback to the medical staff. At the same time, in a complex ward environment, it provides patients with long-term continuous monitoring and real-time attention to various physiological parameters.

Features of Apollo N4

Apollo N4 uses a highly integrated chip to monitor the vital signs of patients. Its high-performance processor and stable parameter module provide long-term accurate monitoring for clinically ill patients.

Patient Monitor

15-Inch High Brightness LED Screen​

  • Large screen touch control;
  • Simplify operations for medical staff

Complete Data Storage

  • Support various parameter waveform storage
  • Data, trends, events and waveforms reviewing available
  • Automatic alarm events saving
  • Suitable for analysis of stored data of critically ill patients

HRV Analysis and Various External Interface

  • Support various parameter waveform storage
  • Data, trends, events and waveforms reviewing available
  • Automatic alarm events saving
  • Suitable for analysis of stored data of critically ill patients

Upgraded EtCO2 and other functions

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

Upgradeable Central Networking Function

  • Information exchange of multiple monitors through Wifi.
  • Monitoring network forming with the bedside machine and the central monitoring system

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