DESCRIPTIONAnesthesia Gas Monitor.
The technical class for the 5250 RGM is designed to give participants the information necessary to identify all components of the pneumatic and electrical systems including their major functions, and repair/replacement procedures. Hands-on exercises are designed to reinforce skills required to maintain, adjust and calibrate the monitor, including performing a complete tubing kit replacement.
- Utilizes new electroluminescent display and infrared touchscreen control technology.
- One compact panel integrates data display, control, alarm, and message management system.
- Display panel lifts off the monitor for convenience.
FORUMSView All (20)
2 years ago
|CO2 and calibration|
How often does it have to be calibrated? I need it only to measure CO2 in patients, rather than anything else.Reply
-Gary Takowsky MD
3 years ago
|Gary Takowsky MD|
How can you take the front cover off?Reply
4 years ago
|How can you unblock sample filter?|
How can you unblock sample filter?Reply
DOCUMENTS / MANUALSView All
- The 5250 is a cost-effective stand-alone monitor which quantifies any one of the following 5 anesthetic agents: Halothane, Isoflurane, Enflurane, Desflurane and Sevoflurane. It gives clinicians detailed intraoperative data on:
- Inspired and expired O2, CO2 and NO2
- Minute and tidal volume
- Peak, minimum and mean airway pressures
- SpO2 and pulse rate
- Circuit O2 concentration
Size: 12.4 W x 7.5 H x 16 D inches (32 x 19 x 41 cm)
Weight: 22 lbs (10 kg)
Size: 11.4 W x 7 H x 3 D inches (29 x 18 x 8 cm)
Weight: 3.5 lbs (1.5 kg)