PM 7000

     PM-7000 is a robust patient monitor, small enough to move around, yet flexible enough to adapt to your particular needs. With a variety of optional extras, including arrhythmia and ST analysis, EtCO2 measurement and multi-gas analysis, PM-7000 is configurable to your requirements. Purchase only the advanced features that you need and nothing more. With NIBP recall, extensive data storage capability, and well-established Microstream EtCO2 technology, PM-7000 is particularly well-suited for use in peri-anesthesia and critical care environments. Further, the quick-action keys on the front panel make this device especially easy to use, assuring a shorter learning curve for new staff. Rich in functions, conveniently adaptable and pleasingly affordable, PM-7000 may be just the monitor for your department.

  • 10.4" TFT display, configurable up to 8 waveforms, enables maximum data visibility for the most critical parameters
  • Standard features include 3/5- lead ECG, arrhythmia and ST analysis, non-invasive blood pressure, Mindray SpO2, pulse rate, respiration, and dual-channel temperature
  • Optional features include Nellcor SpO2, Masimo SpO2, Mortara arrhythmia and ST analysis, Sidestream or Microstream EtCO2, and Multi-gas Analysis Module, lithium ion battery, and integrated recorder
  • 96-hours of graphic and list trends, NIBP list including 800 measurements, and alarm event recall for 70 alarm episodes provide for comprehensive historical review of all parameters
  • 40-seconds of full disclosure waveform recall for detailed review of physiological events
  • Microstream EtCO2 technology provides fast, simple and accurate CO2 results on intubated and non-intubated patients
  • Multi-gas analysis module utilizes a sidestream method to measure the concentration of 5 anesthetic agents, EtCO2, N2O and O2. It also provides automatic agent identification
  • Compact flash back-up, included with every device, protects your patients' data in case of a sudden power outage
  • Built-in, 3-trace recorder for printing real-time and historical data