Versatility and performance in new-generation dual-mode patient monitor

DM4

SNOQUALMIE, Wash.–Spacelabs® Healthcare announced the release of its DM4 dual-mode monitor (the “DM4”), the newest member of the Company’s patient monitoring line. The DM4 combines the simple performance of a spot-check monitor with the sophistication of continuous monitoring and is designed to provide caregivers with a versatile solution for accurately and efficiently monitoring basic vital signs on adult, pediatric, and neonate patients.

The DM4 is designed for use in any patient care environment where basic vital signs monitoring is needed, and it is expected to enable caregivers to adapt to changes in patient condition without having to locate additional equipment. In spot-check mode, the DM4 can wirelessly transmit individual patient records to an electronic medical record system (EMR), or it can be used to efficiently collect and download multiple patients’ records in batch mode from a central location. If more vigilance is required, the DM4 can be quickly switched to continuous monitoring mode with alarm notification support.

About Spacelabs

Spacelabs, a division of OSI Systems, Inc., is a provider of medical equipment and services, including solutions for patient monitoring and connectivity, diagnostic cardiology, and supplies and accessories selling to hospitals, clinics and physician offices. The Company has offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, and Singapore, and distributors in more than 100 countries around the world.

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