Datascope - Passport 2
Manufactured by Datascope

The Passport 2 makes monitoring simple.

The Passport 2 makes monitoring simple. Rather than rummaging through layers of menus, there’s a Navigator™ knob. For frequently used functions, there are quick-action keys. Three waveforms will automatically reconfigure to six when needed. Colorful numerics automatically re-adjust to maximum size for optimal display visibility. Be amazed at what a difference a truly intelligent interface will make. Who would have thought it possible? A monitor that actually provides more while requiring less.



2 months ago
Settings are lost
When we restart the monitor the settings aren't saved for EKG... How do I get them to save so I dont have to re input the information everytimeReply


5 months ago
problem with NIBP

I have a couple of these monitors and the last month have started to fail. The NIBP disappears from the screen and the parameters, as if it stopped recognizing the board internally, sometimes times instead of numbers put XXX / XXX and others the space only turns black.


help please



9 months ago
beeping on power up



8 years ago
Set the date and time on the Passport 2 Monitor
How do I set the date and time on the Passport 2 Monitor? 1. Turn on the Passport 2 and wait for the monitor to show the normal operating screen. 2. Rotate the Navigator™ Control Knob to Monitor Setup and press to enter. 3. Rotate the Navigator Control Knob to the Advanced Setup menu and press to enter. 4. Rotate the Navigator Control Knob to the Set Time and press to enter the Hour selection (Current Hour will be highlighted). 5. Rotate the Navigator Control Knob to change the Hour selection and press to enter. 6. Rotate the Navigator Control Knob to change the Minutes selection and press to enter. 7. Rotate the Navigator Control Knob to change the AM/PM selection and press to enter. 8. A Confirmation Box will appear on screen asking "Are you sure"? 9. Select "Yes" and the current time will be saved. Note: Patient trend data is cleared if the Time or Date is changed on the monitor. 10. You're done!Reply


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  1. Dedicated function keys provide one-touch access to all vital functions    
  2. Colorful waveforms with automatic display configuration simplify use and enhance display visibility    
  3. Standard features include six waveforms, auto-adjustable large numerics, 3 or 5-lead ECG, lead-selectable respiration, non-invasive blood pressure, temperature, and Masimo SET® motion tolerant SpO2    
  4. Optional features include arrhythmia analysis, 3-lead ST analysis with trends and alarms, Microstream® CO2, Nellcor® OxiMax® SpO2, two invasive blood pressures, and a dual trace recorder    
  5. View 12™ ECG analysis module offers diagnostic quality 12-lead ECG interpretation with ST and arrhythmia analysis in a compact, easy-to-use module    
  6. Gas Module 3 offers complete 5-agent auto-ID, CO2, O2 and N2O analysis for comprehensive and reliable gas monitoring    
  7. Built-in PCMCIA ports allow you to upgrade software, enhance memory, and transfer data with minimal effort    
  8. Integrated power supply with lithium-ion battery technology provides uninterrupted patient care during transport    


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