A monitor that takes the journey with patients during their hospital stay, the Capnostream™ 35 portable respiratory monitor delivers continuous monitoring in virtually any clinical setting.
From a patient under sedation during a procedure to monitoring a patient in the medical-surgical unit, the Capnostream™ 35 portable respiratory monitor offers quick, easy, and reliable access to respiratory status.
The Capnostream™ 35 portable respiratory monitor provides insights on respiratory status that clinicians can use to intervene early and fast if a patient begins showing signs of respiratory compromise.
Access continuous, noninvasive, real-time respiratory status monitoring of etCO2 and capnography-derived respiration rate using a Microstream™ Advance filter line. Or use a Nellcor™ respiratory rate sensor alone to measure SpO2, pulse rate and pulse oximetry-derived respiration rate (RRPleth).
Continuous monitoring of respiration rate, including pleth-based respiratory rate, offers an early indication of respiratory compromise compared to continuous SpO2 monitoring alone.([FOOTNOTE=Bergese SD. Multicenter Study Validating Accuracy of a Continuous Respiratory Rate Measurement Derived from Pulse Oximetry: A Comparison with Capnography. Anesth Anal. 2017; 124 (2): 1153-1159.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])
In addition to having the option to measure pleth-based respiration rate, the Nellcor™ Saturation Pattern Detection (SPD) algorithm identifies evolving SpO2 patterns in real-time, which can indicate repetitive reduction in airflow (RRia). One of the more well-known examples of RRiA is obstructive sleep apnea.