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Market Analysis: Patient Monitoring The U.S. patient monitoring market is expected to reach $18.3 billion by 2014, driven by increasing health care costs and the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of new patient monitoring technologies, according to health care market researcher Kalorama Information. Technology will drive the increased sales as wireless or remote monitors replace older equipment. Read More...

Philips Avalon FM20 and FM30

Found In: Fetal Monitor

Now providing automated coincidence detection and optional battery capability

Philips M3001A MMS Module

Found In: Modules

M3001A MMS Module with Options A01-A04 / CO6-C18

Dräger Infinity PiCCO SmartPod

Found In: Modules

Provides less invasive, beat-to-beat hemodynamic and volumetric monitoring.

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Beeps and goes to blank screen when trying to access installation menu

Hello, I have a Datascope Spectrum OR that defaulted back to German and would not hold the date/time. I tried to change it back to English by...

EEE 529 error

got  EEE 529 alarm on our Nelcor oximax pls help  

thin tracing

Towards the end of a printed ECG tracing, the complexes become "pinched" and thin. It appears to be an intermittent issue. No issues with...

Medrad 8600 communication protocol

We are trying to develop a communication driver to read the data provide by the 8600 Veris.  Is there any documentation on the communication...

fm20

in my FM20 ctg , when i connect the DFHR it showing msg that " DFHR is not supported" . i want to know if i can program the DFHR on my ctg...

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