GE Healthcare - Dash 2500
by GE Healthcare

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The Dash 2500 monitor from GE Healthcare is the latest vital signs monitor in the Dash Family.

The Dash 2500 monitor from GE Healthcare is the latest vital signs monitor in the Dash Family.     
     
The Dash 2500 is a reliable and affordable, bedside or mobile monitor that provides the clinical information you need to assess and treat your patients with speed and accuracy.     
     
By combining Dash family performance and Gold Standard Dinamap Superstat NIBP technology, the Dash2500 fits all your needs in every hospital department. It allows you to deliver a new standard of clinical excellence to all patient groups in low-acuity settings such as ER, recovery/PACU, outpatient surgery, GI/endoscopy, progressive care, interventional radiology, general care and special care units.     
     
The Dash 2500 includes sophisticated clinical parameters to capture patient vital signs and unparalleled cardiac monitoring to help accurately detect arrhythmias.     
     
An extensive feature set enables you to create a portable monitoring solution capable of meeting a wide range of demands. All the features, you expect, are included as standard.

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-mccariel
a month ago
Loss of memory in patient monitors
When patient monitors displays loss of memory which particular component is dead or weak ?Reply

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-sarah@alternup-medical.com
2 years ago
Password for GE Dash 2500
Hello, I need the password the access on the config and service menu of the GE Dash 2500. Can you send me it? Thank youReply

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-Phanna
3 years ago
NIBP Valve/Pump
Hello, Is anyone know where I can find the plastics valve inside the Dash 2500 and CareScape V100? I have few machine having broken valve but cannot fix or even find the part. Note: It's on the NIBP block and connect to the solenoids and motor . Thanks Reply
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FEATURES

  • 3 and 5 lead ECG -> EK-Pro™ arrhythmia analysis     
  • Respiration monitoring     
  • Non-invasive blood pressure -> DINAMAP® SuperSTAT™, The Gold Standard for NIBP accuracy     
  • Pulse Oxymetry -> Masimo SET® or Nellcor® OxiMax® SpO2     
  • Temperature: Alaris® Turbo Temp®

SPECIFICATIONS

Temperature Range5 to 40 °C
Power Requirements100-240 VAC
Height8.7 in
Length 6.7 in
Weight12 lbs
Width14.1 in

Additional Specifications

Heart Rate/Pulse
Electrocardiography (ECG)
Heart rate accuracy 30 to 300 bpm, ± 3 bpm or 3% of reading, whichever is greater 
Nellcor SpO2
Range 20 to 250 bpm 
Accuracy and tolerance 20 to 250 bpm ± 3 digits 
Low perfusion 20 to 250 bpm ± 3 digits 
Masimo SpO2
Range 25 to 240 bpm 
Accuracy and motion tolerance 
Without motion 25 to 240 bpm ± 3 digits 
With motion normal physiologic range, 
25 to 240 bpm ± 5 digits 
Non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP)
Adult/pediatric range 30 to 200 bpm 
Neonate range 30 to 220 bpm 
Accuracy ± 3.5% or 3bpm, whichever is greater 
 
ECG
Leads available: 
3-electrode configuration I, II, III 
5-electrode configuration I, II, III, aVR, aVL, aVF, and VA 
Heart rate accuracy 30 to 300 bpm, ± 3 bpm or 3% of reading, whichever is greater 
Heart rate resolution 1 bpm 
Bandwidth 0.5 to 40 Hz +1/-6 dB, 0.05 to 40 Hz +1/-6 dB, 0.05 to 100 Hz +1/-6 dB 
Standardizing voltage 1 mV marker 
Common mode rejection 1 mV RTI or 10 mm p-p max displayed noise allowed with 20 Vrms, 50-60 Hz input 
Input impedance 
Common mode > 2.5 MΩ at 10 Hz 
Differential > 2.5 MΩ from DC to 60 Hz 
60 Hz tolerance up to 10 mV 
Pacemaker detection/rejection 
Input voltage range ± 2 to ± 700 mV 
Lead off sensing current < 0.1 ΜA DC signal leads, < 1 ΜA DC driven lead 
 
Respiratory
ECG-Derived respiration rate 
Leads available I or II 
Range 6 to 120 breaths/min (adult/pediatric), 6 to 180 breaths/min (neonate) 
Accuracy ± 2 breaths/min or ± 3% of reading, whichever is greater 
Resolution 1 breath/min 
Base impedance 100 to 2000 Ω 
Detection sensitivity 0.2 Ω at 30 breath/min with 500 Ω baseline impedance 
 
BP Measurement ranges
Systolic:  
30 to 290 mmHg (adult/pediatric) 
4.0 to 38.7 kPa (adult/pediatric) 
30 to 140 mmHg (neonate) 
4.0 to 18.7 kPa (neonate) 
MAP:  
20 to 260 mmHg (adult/pediatric) 
2.7 to 34.7 kPa (adult/pediatric) 
20 to 125 mmHg (neonate) 
2.7 to 16.7 kPa (neonate) 
Diastolic:  
10 to 220 mmHg (adult/pediatric) 
1.3 to 29.3 kPa (adult/pediatric) 
10 to 110 mmHg (neonate) 
1.3 to 14.7 kPa (neonate) 
Resolution: 1 mmHg 
Accuracy: Meets AAMI/ANSI standard SP10:2002 
Initial cuff inflation pressure: 135 ± 15 mmHg default; user selectable (adult/pediatric) 
100 ± 15 mmHg default; user selectable (neonate) 
Maximum determination: 120s (adult/pediatric) time 85s (neonate) 
Over pressure monitor: 300 to 330 mmHg (adult/pediatric) 150 to 165 mmHg (neonate) 
Hose/cuff interface: Compatible with current Dash hoses 
Pulse rate: When NIBP is the source, HR values are derived from the pulse rate that is determined by the oscillometric technique of measuring blood pressure. The rate source field is labeled NIBP. 
Adult/pediatric range: 30 to 200 bpm (± 3.5% or 3 bpm) 
Neonate range: 30 to 220 bpm (± 3.5% or 3 bpm) 
 
Nellcor OxiMax SpO2
Measurement range 
SpO2 1 to 100% 
Pulse rate 20 to 250 bpm 
Accuracy 
Saturation 
Adult 70 to 100% ±2 digits 
Neonate 70 to 100% ±3 digits 
Low perfusion 70 to 100% ±2 digits 
Pulse Rate 
Adult and neonate 20 to 250 bpm ±3 digits 
Low perfusion 20 to 250 bpm ±3 digits 
 
Masimo SET SpO2
Measurement range 
SpO2 1 to 100% 
Pulse rate 25 to 240 bpm 
Accuracy and motion tolerance 
Saturation 
Without motion– 70 to 100% ±2 digits adult/pediatric 
Without motion– 70 to 100% ±3 digits neonate 
With motion– 70 to 100% ±3 digits adult/pediatric/neo 
Low perfusion 70 to 100% ±2 digits, 0 to 69% unspecified 
Pulse Rate 
Without motion 25 to 240 bpm ±3 digits 
With motion normal physiologic range 25 to 240 bpm ±5 digits

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