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Contec CMS 60D-Handheld Pulse Oximeter
Contec CMS-60C Handheld Pulse Oximeter
Contec Finger Pulse Oximeter CMS 50D
Doctroid Tabletop Pulse Oximeter 310 A
Fingertip pulse oximeter FPO-92
Niscomed - Pulse Oximeter FPO 93
OxyMed Finger Tip Pulse Oximeter
ChoiceMMed Vital Signs Monitor MD2000B
Omron Pulse Oximeter CMS50N
BPL Cleo Plus Pulse Oximeter
Dozee Contactless, Stress, Sleep, Heart and Respiratory Health Monitoring Device with Spo2
Bionet Oxy9Wave Pulse Oximeter
ChoiceMMed Vital Signs Monitor MD2000C
ChoiceMMed Vital Signs Monitor MD2000A
ChoiceMMed Handheld Pulse Oximeter MD300M
ChoiceMMed Fingertip Pulse Oximeter MD300C29
Finger Pulse Oximeter - FPO 50D
Hand Held Pulse oximeter- 410B
Hand Held Pulse Oximeter - 410 A
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Hospitals need to be prepared for anything that might go through the door. That's why it's essential to keep essential medical equipment at your fingertips at all times to provide comprehensive care.
In order to provide complete treatment to patients, there is a standard set of equipment that all hospitals should have ready.
1. PATIENT MONITOR
2. ECG Machine
- cholesterol clogging your heart's blood supply
- a heart attack in the past
- widening of one side of the heart
- abnormal heart rhythms
3. Infusion Pump
An external infusion pump is a medical device used to deliver fluids into a patient's body in a controlled manner. There are many types of infusion pumps, which are used for various purposes and in various environments.
Infusion pumps may be capable of delivering liquids in large or small amounts and may be used to deliver nutrients or drugs.
Some infusion pumps are primarily designed for stationary use at the bedside. Others, called ambulatory infusion pumps, are designed to be portable or portable.