As Basic Or Advanced As You Require
The Propaq® MD is a new ultra-lightweight compact device with highly sophisticated, advanced capabilities. In fact, it's two pounds lighter than the current military vital signs monitor, the Propaq 206, even with defibrillation and pacing added.
The Propaq MD is easily configured—at the push of a button—to support the level of care being provided by the medical personnel using it. The large, high-contrast LCD can display up to four waveforms simultaneously as well as a full 12-lead ECG for on-screen review. With this versatility built in, the Propaq MD is as basic or advanced as you require. It provides all physiological monitoring parameters values, including heart rate and SpO2 and also features:
- Simultaneous display of up to three invasive pressures and two continuous temperatures
- On-demand, quick and accurate NIBP
- Plug and Play technology to maximize clinical efficiency in the field
- Integrated EtCO2 that eliminates the need for modules and other equipment
One Device, All Missions
The Propaq MD is the only FDA-cleared airworthy defibrillator to provide monitoring of three invasive pressures necessary for treating critical patients during long transports. It also offers a unique night vision goggle (NVG) mode for military and air medical night time operation. And this device is capable of monitoring all patients, whether adult, pediatric or neonatal. Alarms are provided for all parameters.
Long-lasting, Rechargeable Battery System
A new battery system and AC power charger provides worldwide land, sea and air operating capability. The system can monitor all physiological parameters, including three invasive pressures and two temperature channels, for over six hours on a single battery charge.
Full Downloadable Data Collection and Trending
In addition to real-time monitoring, the Propaq MD has a full data collection and trending capability. Keys are provided to annotate all ACLS interventions such as intubation, drug administration, and associated ECG and other physiological waveform segments. Full trending data is available on the unit’s display from its integral memory, supporting data collection over 24-hour periods. Trends can include 1,000 time-stamped events and 32 snapshots of treatment. All data can be downloaded to a standard USB flash drive and transferred to electronic medical records using an open architecture XML format. An integrated printer can provide immediate documentation of events and diagnostic ECG traces.
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