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Required P/N C643 charging base for Nicolet Imex FreeDop or ImexDop CT+ (fits either) - transforms 110 VAC to 12 VDC. Power output should have been checked to confirm 12 VDC output Will purchase... view more
We Buy & Sell many makes and models of Patient monitors, telemetry units, modules and more. Call today to place an order or receive pricing for your surplus equipment. 800.388.4078.
Med One offers rental options for Vital Signs Monitors, Patient Monitors, and Bedside Monitors to be used in General Care, ICU, and NICU settings across the hospital. All monitors are cleaned, serviced and shipped patient-ready.
FREE US SHIPPING Compact monitor with advanced options which is in good working order. Payment by PayPal, VISA, MasterCard or electronic transfer. PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE MW100 POWER SUPPLY... view more
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Compatible with Ultraview, Ultraview SL and PCMS monitors and modules. Appears in good working order. Provides neonatal and adult blood pressure as well pulse oximeter reading as a module with... view more
Neonatal monitor equipment is used to monitor the vital signs of newborns and infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). This equipment is designed to provide accurate data on the patient’s heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature, oxygen saturation, and other vital signs. It is used to detect any changes in the patient’s condition and to alert medical staff to any potential problems.
The price range for neonatal monitor equipment varies greatly depending on the type of equipment and the features it offers. Basic monitors can start at around $500, while more advanced monitors can cost up to $20,000. Many of the leading manufacturers of neonatal monitor equipment include Philips, GE Healthcare, Medtronic, and Drager. These companies offer a variety of different models with different features and capabilities. Some of the more advanced models include features such as wireless monitoring, alarms, and data analysis capabilities.