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Comen – NC3 Vital Signs Monitor

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The Comen NC3, vital signs monitor is a device used to measure and display various physiological parameters such as heart rate, blood pressure, SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation), and temperature. It is commonly used in hospitals, clinics, and other medical settings to monitor patients’ vital signs. The device is portable and easy to use and can be connected to a central monitoring system for remote monitoring and analysis of data.

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The Comen NC3, vital signs monitor is a compact and portable device designed to measure various physiological parameters such as heart rate, blood pressure, SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation), and temperature. It can be used in multiple settings, such as hospitals, clinics, ambulances, and other medical facilities.
The device is easy to use and can display the measured parameters on its screen in real-time. It can also be connected to a central monitoring system for remote monitoring and analysis of data.
Additionally, The NC3 features a color OLED display screen with a high resolution, which provides a clear and detailed reading of the vital signs. It also has an arrhythmia detection function that can detect abnormal heart rhythms, which helps identify potential health issues. The device can store up to 250 sets of measurement data, allowing for easy tracking of vital sign trends over time.
The device is user-friendly and designed to be used by healthcare professionals such as nurses, paramedics, and doctors, as well as patients who self-monitor their vital signs at home. It is also lightweight and easy to transport, making it ideal for mobile settings.
Overall, the Comen NC3 vital signs monitor is a versatile, reliable, and accurate device that can monitor a wide range of vital signs, making it an essential tool for healthcare professionals and patients alike.
NC3 is specially created to check patent vitals in a specific spot for vital parameters like SP02, NIBP, and Heart Rate. Infrared Ear Temperature measurement technology and the ear thermometer can quickly determine the temperature in seconds and then transfer and display the temperature on the monitor using its built-in IMF connecting the Ear thermometer and the vital signals monitor NC3. It is a combination of innovative and beautiful design. An ultra-11-ion battery, as well as a transparent screen, provide the best assistance for the hospital, clinic, and visit to the patient. Battery life can last up to 12 hours.

With easy-to-use features such as Spo2, NIBP, Tempo
Instantaneous assessment of temperature
Simple, elegant, light, and compact
Operation time for portable devices up at 12 hours
Large font display
Ant-oxidative & waterproof material
6 Inch LED backlight LCD
Liquid Protection Graded to IPX1
High-Performance and Robust Design Can be able to withstand 1.2M Drop test
50 data sets of storage

Standard Configuration Nellcor SpO2 NIBP
Safety Standards ISO 13485:2003 approved, CE marking according to MDD93/42/EEC
Patient type Adult, Child, Neonate
Product Size 130mm x 125mm x 219mm
Net Weight 1.25kg standard configuration
Display • Type: 6” LED
• Resolution: 800×600

Operation Environment • Temperature: 0-40c
• Humidity: 15-85%

AC Voltage AC100-250V, 50/60Hz
Battery • Battery Type: rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
• Battery Capacity: 4400mA

• Continuously working time: 12 hours

• Battery Recharging Time: Maximum 3.5 hours for charging; Date storage

• NIBP Recall: 50 groups

• Interface:

RS-232 Ethernet interface

AC interface

Grounding pole

Multi-function interface to connect with sub-monitor and plugin slot

Nellcor Sp02 • Measurement & alarm range: (0-100) %
• Resolution: 1%

• Accuracy:

±2% (70-100%, MAX-A, MAX-AL, MAX-N, MAX-P, MAX-I and MAX-FAST sensors)

±3% (70-100%, D-YS, DS-100A, OXI-A/N and OXI-P/I sensors)

• 0-69% unspecified

• PR Measurement Range: 20~300bpm

• Resolution: 1bpm

• Accuracy: ±3bpm

• Alarm range: 20-250bpm

NIBP • Method: Automatic oscillometric
• Work mode: Manual/Automatic/Continuous

• Measurement Unit: mmHg / Kpa selectable

• Measurement types: Systolic, Diastolic, Mean • Range of systolic pressure:

Adult Mode: 40-270 mmHg

Pediatric Mode: 40-200 mmHg

Neonate Mode: 40-135mmHg

• Range of diastolic pressure:

Adult Mode: 10-215 mmHg

Pediatric Mode: 10-150 mmHg

Neonate Mode: 10-100 mmHg

• Range of mean pressure:

Adult Mode: 20-235 mmHg

Pediatric Mode: 20-165 mmHg

Neonate Mode: 20-110 mmHg

Over-pressure protection: both Hardware and software over pressure protection

Accuracy: Less than ±5mmHg

Resolution: 1 mmHg

PR from NIBP: 40-240 bpm

Ear Thermometer • Measurement range: 34-42.2°C
• Resolution: 0.1°C

• Accuracy: ±0.2°C (without probe)

• Channel: T1, T2, TD

How to Read a Vital Signs Monitor
Electronic vital sign monitors have been used in hospitals for more than 40 years. In films or on television, they produce sounds that cause doctors and nurses to rush to the scene shouting things like “stat! “

If you or someone you know is in a hospital or a hospital, you might be looking at the monitor in more detail and figuring out what the beeps and numbers mean. Although many kinds and types of monitors can be used for critical signs, most of them work similarly to one another.

How They Work
Sensors that are tiny and attached to your body transmit data to your computer. Particular sensors could be patches of skin stuck to your skin, and other sensors could be attached to your finger of one. Sensors have developed dramatically since the first digital heart rate monitors came into existence in 1949. Most modern devices come with touch screens that transmit information wirelessly.

Monitors that are the most basic show your heart rate, blood pressure, and body temperature, and the more sophisticated models can show how much oxygen is in your blood or the date you breathe. They will also reveal the amount of pressure exerted by your brain or the amount of carbon dioxide you’re exhaling. The monitor can emit a specific sound when you have vital indicators that are not in line with the guidelines for safe levels.”


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