Infinity® MCable®-Microstream® CO2 Pods for pasientovervåkning

Infinity® MCable®-Microstream® CO2

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Infinity® MCable®-Microstream® CO2

​​With Infinity® MCable®-Microstream® CO2, measuring the presence of carbon dioxide helps you detect changes in your patient’s ventilatory status to pre-empt possible respiratory depression. You’ll see continuous waveforms and readings for end-tidal CO2 concentration, inspiratory CO2 concentration and respiratory rate on the patient’s Infinity® M540 monitor.

Provides continuous surveillance

​Capnography provides valuable information about a patient’s evolving respiratory status. The early detection of respiratory compromise can lead to a more successful clinical intervention and, potentially, a positive patient outcome.

Complements pulse oximetry

​Combining capnography, pulse oximetry and heart rate measurements on the Infinity M540 monitor gives you a complete picture of a patient’s respiratory function in a single view. Continuous monitoring of respiratory status has been shown to reduce rescue events and ICU transfers.1

Serves a wide range of patients

​Infinity Microstream CO2 MCable is indicated for intubated and non-intubated patients with a wide selection of sampling lines in neonate, pediatric and adult sizes. Its low flow 50 ml/minute sample rate is effective for all patient types.

Reduces distractions

​The Microstream technology of the Infinity MCable-Microstream CO2 uses algorithms proven to generate fewer non-essential alarms, potentially improving clinical efficiency and patient safety.2,3

Works with your Infinity Acute Care System

​The plug-and-play Infinity MCable-Microstream CO2/Infinity M540 patient monitoring combination is a cost-effective solution, compared with purchasing and maintaining a standalone CO2 monitor for every patient bed.

1 Taenzer AH, Pyke JB, McGrath SP, Blike GT. Impact of pulse oximetry surveillance on rescue events and intensive care unit transfers: a before-and-after concurrence study. Anesthesiology. 2010;112(2):282-287.

2 Hockman S, Glembot T, Niebel K. Comparison of capnography derived respiratory rate alarm frequency using the SARA algorithm versus an established nonadaptive respiratory rate alarm management algorithm in bariatric surgical patients. Resp Care (Open Forum Abstracts). 2009;12.

3 ECRI Institute. The Hazards of Alarm Overload: Keeping Excessive Physiologic Monitoring Alarms from Impeding Care. ECRI Guidance Article, March 2007.

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