Innovative Fiber Optic Tabletop Pulse Oximeter for MR Environments
MRIMed's FO (fiber optic) tabletop pulse oximeter was specifically developed for use in fixed-site or mobile MR facilities for monitoring infant, pediatric and adult patients. With simple toe or finger wrap sensor application, the 7500FO's compact design, simple functionality, minimum 30-hour battery life,
4-hour quick recharge and minimum 70 hours of memory makes it well suited for MR applications.
MRI Compatibility Rated 3.0 tesla
Proven PureSAT® pulse oximetry technology
Convenient Lightweight & compact
Easy to Use Bright LED displays and large display screen offer clear readability
Durable Rugged design
Powerful Over 70 hours of memory available for extended monitoring
Versatile Monitors pediatric to adult patients in acute care to homecare environments
Flexible Use as a stand-alone device or interface with other equipment
The 7500FO provides a variety of display indicators that ensure reliable readings.
Pulse Strength Bar Graph Color coded bar graph assists in assessing the patient's status. An audible tone sounds with each pulse. The pitch changes with the patient's saturation level.
Pulse Quality Indicator Detects patient movement or signal quality changes that may require sensor site stabilization.
Sensor Fault Indicator Indicates when a sensor has become disconnected, misaligned, failed, or is incompatible with the monitor.
A quick and complete assessment of your patient's oximetry readings is made easier with the combination of information supplied by the Pulse Strength Bar Graph, variable pitch pulse/saturation tones and Pulse Quality Indicator.
Fiber Optic Sensors PureLight Adult/Pediatric fiber optic sensor with 20'or 30' sensor cable. PureLight® Infant/Pediatric fiber optic sensor with 20' or 30' sensor cable
Carrying Case Convenient for transport and storage
Pole Mount System Provides secure monitor placement
Data Management Software Compatible with nVISION data software
Output Options nVISION Data Management Software for pulse oximetry screening