Mindray PM-9000 Express Patient Monitor

Mindray PM-9000 Express Patient Monitor
Product Specifications
BRAND  Mindray
MODEL  PM-9000
Mindray PM-9000 offers a broad range of patient monitoring capabilities in a robust, modular design. Specifically targeted to the operating room and post-operative areas, Mindray presents a powerful combination of advanced functionality and extraordinary value with the PM-9000. With features such as ETCO2, 5-agent multi-gas analysis with auto-ID, extensive data storage and independent display support these patient monitors are packed with features to assist you in a wide range of cases. Beyond that, the high resolution, touchscreen displays provide the exceptional visibility and usability needed when monitoring patients in the anesthesia environment.  

  • 12.1" color TFT display with maximum 8 waveforms
  • Anesthetic agent monitoring(Artema)
  • Clinical Proved SpO2 Technology 
  • Microstream EtCO2(Oridion) /Mainstream EtCO2(Welch Allyn)
  • Maximum 96-hour graghic and tabular trend of all parameters
  • Large font display
  • SpO2 pulse-tone modulation(Pitch Tone)
  • 40-second full-disclosure waveform review
  • Alarm light indicator
  • Compact flash memory card option
  • Li-ion battery
  • Suitable for adult, pediatric and neonatal patients
  • Standard Configuration:
    • ECG,RESP,Dual-TEMP,NIBP,SpO2,Li-ion Battery
  • Options:
    • Multi-gas/O2,Dual-IBP,EtCO2,Thermal Recorder

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