The world’s smallest all-in-one vital signs solution will be the highlight of the Rigel Medical display of advanced medical device analysers, electrical safety testers and simulators at this year’s MEDICA (Hall 11 / H11).
Rigel’s hand held vital signs simulator UNISIM - capable of undertaking six synchronised vital signs parameter tests simultaneously - has been linked with the new PULS-R SpO2 simulation finger to provide improved vital signs simulation and measurement.
UNISIM can check NIBP, SpO2, ECG, temperature, IBP and respiration functionality in a single test, while the compact Rigel PULS-R universal SpO2 simulation finger can produce accurate SpO2 simulations in 1% resolution from as low as 30% using the pre-programmed manufacturer specific R-curves. It can also be configured to meet customer specific R-curves via a simple-to-use configuration tool.
Also showing will be the MULTI-FLO infusion pump analyser, which leads the way in high and low flow, occlusion, back pressure and bolus measurement and meets the requirements of IEC 60601-2-24.
Featuring variants of one, two and four independent channels, each MULTI-FLO channel can be tested simultaneously across a range of 100 μL (microlitre) to 1,500 mL per hour with results stored in the instrument’s large internal memory. With a sampling rate of 1Hz, the analyser accurately details changes in flow and pressure rates, providing a real-time picture of the quality of infusion.
Associate director John Backes said: “MEDICA is a key show for us and this year we look forward to revealing our world leading, all-in-one vital signs simulator solution, which will undoubtedly draw significant interest because of the rapid and accurate testing it provides.”
The UNI-THERM, which provides fast testing of all leading electrosurgical devices, providing accurate results as it quickly and automatically guides the user through test procedures, and the UNI-PULSE defibrillator analyser will complete Rigel Medical’s display.
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