COVIDIEN, Boulder, Colo, introduces the Nellcor OxiMax® NeoMAX™ forehead sensor, the first forehead pulse oximetry sensor for infants and neonates (1 to 10 kg). The nonadhesive sensor is built into a breathable mesh cap that holds it in place. This one-piece design makes it easy to apply. The NeoMAX forehead sensor provides an alternative sensor site, freeing the hands and feet for other interventions. The forehead site offers other clinical advantages as well. When it is difficult to obtain a signal from the hands and feet in patients with peripheral vasoconstriction, the forehead can be an effective option. The forehead is also a preductal site alternative for infants with a patent ductus arteriosus. In addition, the forehead may be less prone to patient motion than hands or feet.

(800) NELLCOR (800-635-5267)
(925) 463-4000

SMITHS MEDICAL PM INC, Carlsbad, Calif, offers pulse, Spo2, and CO2 monitoring in easy-to-use handheld devices. The BCI® 3301 is an affordable pulse oximeter, while the BCI® 3303 provides continuous or spot-check pulse oximetry monitoring with alarms, an internal rechargeable battery, and a protective rubber boot. The MiniCorr digital pulse oximeter monitors Spo2, pulse rate, and pulse strength, providing fast, reliable measurements on challenging patients. All devices are PC compatible or can be used with an optional external printer for hard-copy documentation. The FingerPrint™ pulse oximeter has an integral printer and a protective rubber boot for added protection. The Capnocheck™ II capnograph/oximeter is a full-featured monitor providing etco2, inspired CO2, respiration rate, Spo2, and heart rate measurements.

(800) 558-2345

MASIMO CORP, Irvine, Calif. The Masimo Radical-7 is the first bedside monitor to feature Masimo Rainbow SET Pulse CO-Oximetry–the first and only technology platform capable of continuously and noninvasively measuring carboxyhemoglobin (SpCO™) and methemoglobin (SpMet™), in addition to oxyhemoglobin (SpO2), perfusion index (PI), pleth variability index (PVI) and pulse rate. Masimo Radical-7 features Masimo SET, the most accurate and reliable pulse oximetry technology, clinically proven to provide the most trustworthy SpO2 and pulse rate measurements even under the most difficult clinical conditions, including patient motion and low peripheral perfusion.

(949) 297-7000

CAS MEDICAL SYSTEMS INC, Branford, Conn, has introduced the CAS 750, a capnography/ oximeter combining Masimo SET® pulse oximetry and Oridion Microstream® ETCO2 technology. Weighing 4.4 pounds, the 750 can operate on emergency vehicle power, direct AC, or battery. The monitor’s user-removable NiMH battery provides up to 3 hours of monitoring with only 4 hours of charge time. The built-in power supply offers direct AC connection with a standard hospital-grade power cord.

(800) 227-4414

MAXTEC INC, Salt Lake City, has released the new Pulsox-300i pulse oximeter from Konica Minolta Sensing. The Pulsox-300i comes complete with 300 hours of nonvolatile data storage and 30 hours of battery life on one AAA battery, and provides connection to a PC via USB port for faster downloading and report printing.

(800) 748-5355

NONIN MEDICAL INC, Minneapolis, introduces the 7500 portable tabletop oximeter. The 7500 features PureSAT® oximetry technology, a fast pulse-by-pulse measurement of oxygen saturation and pulse rate. The 7500 meets ISO 9919 requirements as well as accuracy with motion and low perfusion claims. The 7500 also works with Nonin’s PureLight® technologies, and works accurately across a range of skin tones.

(763) 553-9968