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TELEmetry monitoring for Temperature, Respiration, ECG, NIBP and SpO2

 Life Sensing Instrument Company is proud to introduce the TeleTrens fully integrated multiparameter telemetry system for the ambulatory patient. Continuous temperature monitoring can be accomplished with a variety of probes to choose from. The user may select the temperature to be displayed in either Centigrade or Fahrenheit. The respiration utilizes a patented technique of inductive pneumography-virtually eliminating false apnea alarms common with impedance pneumography. The ECG is transmitted in two leads allowing different views of the cardiac cycle. In the event of a lead failure, a message is displayed and the transmitter changes to the other lead to permit uninterrupted monitoring. A pacer analysis program is incorporated to present the percentage of paced beats. Non Invasive Blood Pressure is provided. The user may select either manual or automatic operation. The interval between readings is programmable from 15 minutes to 12 hours. The pulse oximeter sends the SP02 reading back to the central station for display. 

The TeleTrens transmitter, when used in conjunction with the TrensCenter central station, provides continuous monitoring for patients in any area of the hospital. It is now possible to provide ALL vital signs monitoring on EVERY patient from time of admission to time of discharge. Not only is the TeleTrens designed for the step-down units but also for general Medical-Surgical units. This eliminates the necessity of taking manual vital signs on a recurring schedule. Vital sign charting can be incorporated into the TrensCenter to provide concise permanent records of activity, as well as, physiological waveforms. The TeleTrens system was designed to be very cost effective for the hospital, priced at far less than a comparable bedside monitor. In addition, many hours of labor can be eliminated by utilization of the telemetry concept. No matter where the patient is located, the vital signs are readily available to the medical staff.

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