FilterLine® etCO₂ sampling lines are designed for use with Microstream™-enabled capnography monitors and are available for intubated and non-intubated patients.
The open mask system OxyMask™* EtCO2 with Microstream™ connector is engineered to deliver a wide range of O2 levels and help keep patients safe. Simply increase or decrease oxygen meter flow from 1 liter per minute (Ipm) up to flush (>15 Ipm) to deliver 24-65 percent FiO2 to help maintain the desired SpO2 measurement.
Exhaled carbon dioxide escapes through the mask openings and is sampled through the integrated diffuser cup.
The diffuser cup is attached to a FilterLine™ sampling line. It can connect to any Microstream™ capnography or Microstream™ technology-enabled monitor for CO2 readings.
Improved sampling accuracy can mean a reduction in false “no breath” and low respiration rate alarms. Omnistream™ non-intubated sampling lines are engineered with innovative Uni-junction™ technology to capture quality etCO2 samples from either the nares or the mouth, while delivering supplemental oxygen. The Oral Scoop design has a wide surface area to provide breath capture, even in the presence of shallow breathing. A broad portfolio of Omnistream™ sampling lines is available for use with both intubated and non-intubated patients. Omnistream™ sampling lines are compatible with GE Healthcare, Datex-Ohmeda, Welch Allyn and Spacelabs monitors.
A comprehensive portfolio of CO2 sampling lines for intubated and nonintubated patients. Sized to accommodate neonate to adult patients, Microstream™ capnography sampling lines are available in oral/nasal and nasal-only configurations, for long-term and short-term use and with or without oxygen delivery.
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