Bispectral Index™ (BIS™) monitoring enhances the clinician’s patient-targeted approach to induction, maintenance and emergence. BIS™ technology non-invasively measures and interprets brain wave activity directly related to the effects of anesthetic agents:
BIS™ monitoring provides a proven, objective measure of the patient’s depth of consciousness, and enables you to confidently monitor optimal anesthesia for each patient.
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Learn more about using the Bispectral Index™ (BIS™) during anesthesia.
The BIS™ Complete 4-channel monitor translates the raw EEG data into the easy-to-read BIS™ index.
The monitor provides:
|Order Code||Description||Unit of Measure||Quantity|
|186-1014||BIS™ Complete 4-Channel Monitoring System||Each||1|
|186-0224-AMS||BIS™ LOC 4-Channel Monitor with Patient Interface Cable (PIC-4)||Each||1|
|186-0212||BIS™ Bilateral Sensor||Each||1|
|Parameters||BIS, SQI, EMG, SR, BC, TP, SEF, EEG|
|Trended parameters||BIS, SQI, EMG, SR, BC, SEF|
|BIS™ alarm upper and lower limit, results in visual and audible alert when out of range|
BIS™ technology offers the clinician added security for providing specialized care and comfort for their patients, including those who may be more sensitive to the hemodynamic effects of anesthesia.
BIS™ monitoring provides invaluable information about patient status to help clinicians address their unique anesthetic requirements. This may be particularly valuable for: