Patient Monitor Icu Equipment

Whether for patients or doctors, the atmosphere in the hospital, especially in the ICU, is always heavy and depressing. In the management of the ICU, the hospital strives to improve the quality of life of patients and medical staff, and is committed to allowing patients to receive more comprehensive monitoring and a more comfortable recovery environment in the ICU, while at the same time using a more efficient way to free ICU medical staff from Excessive fatigue, so as to provide better care for patients. For them, the main challenge is how to configure a matching monitoring system for critically ill patients to provide the best treatment.

The Patient Monitor

The patient monitor is a device or system that measures and controls the physiological parameters of the patient, and can compare with the known set value, and can send out an alarm if it exceeds the limit.

Conventional monitors include heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, oxygen saturation, electrocardiogram, body temperature, etc.

Heart rate refers to the number of heart beats per minute; blood pressure includes both invasive and non-invasive. Invasive refers to the arterial blood pressure displayed on the monitor by implanting a sensor in the artery. Non-invasive is the blood pressure measured by the cuff; the respiratory rate is The number of breaths per minute; blood oxygen saturation is the amount of oxygen in the blood of the fingertip; electrocardiogram can be used to observe whether the patient has arrhythmia; body temperature is the patient's real-time body temperature.

Post time: Dec-06-2021