The PULS-R universal SpO2 simulation finger from Rigel Medical, Tampa, Fla, can produce accurate SpO2 simulations in 1% resolution from as low as 30% using the preprogrammed, manufacturer-specific R-curves. A configuration tool enables the device to meet customer-specific R-curves, improving the detection of degrading and inaccurate SpO2 probes and reducing incidences of failure.
According to the company, when combined with its handheld UNISIM simulator, the PULS-R provides the world’s smallest, all-in-one vital signs solution. The UNISIM simulator is capable of undertaking NIBP, SpO2, ECG, temperature, IBP, and respiration functionality tests simultaneously, providing improved and customized vital signs simulation and measurement. Direct, automatic data recording and storage also reduces administrative time.
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