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Radical-7® Handheld and Docking Station, Code R7DS-3


Radical-7® Handheld and Docking Station, Code R7DS-3


Radical® Docking Station, RDS-3 limited communication capabilities Code 9023

Comes with choice of power cord and serial output connector and Analog output / nurse call connector.

Radical 7 Handheld Touch Screen Code 9500

Includes SpO2, Pulse Rate and Perfusion Index (PI) parameters as well as one Red LNOP, Red LNCS or Rainbow Patient Cable. Can be configured with optional Rainbow parameters and features: Total Hemoglobin (SpHb), Oxygen Content (SpOC), Methemoglobin (SpMet), Carboxyhemoglobin (SpCO), Pleth Variability Index (PVI), Desat Index 3D alarm and PI Delta 3D alarm.

BRAND: Masimo

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  • Description

    Product Description





    Once again raising the technology bar, the Radical-7 leverages Masimo’s breakthrough noninvasive measurements with a radical departure from traditional monitoring for breakthrough functionality designed to automate the process of care and enable clinicians to instantly adapt to changing monitoring needs in individual patients and care areas.

    Breakthrough Measurements

    The Radical-7’s upgradable rainbow SET® platform features noninvasive and continuous monitoring of:

    > Total hemoglobin (SpHb®), oxygen content (SpOC), carboxyhemoglobin (SpCO®), and methemoglobin (SpMet®)
    > Masimo SET® Measure-through Motion and Low Perfusion pulse oximetry for oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate, perfusion index, and pleth variability index (PVI®).
    > Respiration rate through either a novel acoustic sensor (RRa) or through the plethysmograph waveform (RRp)*








    A More Complete Picture of Your Patients’ Physiological Status




    Exceptionally Easy Operation

    Change Displayed Parameters   Analyse Patient Trends             


    Change_Displayed_Parameters Analyze_Patient_Trends

    With a quick touch, drag, and drop, clinicians can move any parameter to and from center and bottom of the display, never losing track of any vital signs. The instant-trend feature provides the ability to view one or two parameters at once and with a simple finger gesture, clinicians can move, expand, or collapse parameter trends for real-time analysis.
  • Technology

    What’s the Difference?
    What makes Masimo SET different than other (conventional) pulse oximetry?
    Conventional pulse oximetry assumes that arterial blood is the only blood moving (pulsating) in the measurement site. During patient motion, the venous blood also moves, which causes conventional pulse oximetry to under-read because it cannot distinguish between the arterial and venous blood. Masimo SET signal processing identifies the venous blood signal, isolates it, and using adaptive filters, cancels the noise and extracts the arterial signal. It then reports the true arterial oxygen saturation and pulse rate.
    Conventional Pulse Oximetry provides inaccurate monitoring or signal dropout during:
    Patient Motion or Movement
    Low Perfusion (low signal amplitude)
    Intense Ambient Light (lighting or sunlight)
    Electrosurgical Instrument Interference
    Masimo SET pulse oximetry works accurately where conventional pulse oximetry tends to fail. More than 100 independent and objective peer-reviewed clinical studies published and presented in internationally respected forums and numerous additional studies in progress document the significantly superior performance of Masimo SET Pulse Oximetry. The technical innovations that are the basis of the Masimo SET Pulse Oximetry system and Masimo LNOP® SpO2 sensors are addressed by approximately 200 patents issued and pending in the United States and other key countries.

  • Brochure

    Radical 7 Brochure

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