Nellcor™ Pulse oximetry

Never miss a beat.

Neonate to elderly patients, all of them count on Nellcor™ Pulse oximetry to provide quick and reliable information. You look at every heartbeat to help ensure that readings are sensitive and timely, even in the most challenging monitoring conditions.†,1-3

Pulse oximetry technology to address your everyday challenges

Nellcor™ Pulse oximetry is designed to integrate flawlessly into your daily workflow. Our technologies help solve the pulse oximetry sensor performance and alarm management issues that can distract you from patient care, including:1-4

Never miss a beat
with Nellcor™ pulse oximetry.

Nellcor™ pulse oximetry keeps your patients in mind.

First, you identify the pulse with artificial intelligence (AI).
Next, you eliminate noise by scrubbing the signal.
Then, you calibrate the signal with OxiMax™ technology.
Lastly, you bring it together with the Nellcor™ OxiMax™ system.

Pulse oximetry products

We provide solutions for every area of care.

Our thoughtfully designed Nellcor™ pulse oximetry portfolio and partnership with multiparameter monitor (MPM) providers meets all your patient types and situations. We can help you ensure that your hospital has a full suite of pulse oximetry monitors and sensors to fit within your hospital's workflow.

We provide you with more than just the right tools. We’re here for you with the education, service, and support you need throughout our partnership with you.

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The Nellcor™ pulse oximetry monitoring system should not be used as the sole basis for diagnosis or therapy and is intended only as an adjunct in patient assessment.

† Oxygen saturation accuracy can be affected by certain environmental, equipment, and patient physiologic conditions (as discussed in the operator’s manual for the monitor) that influence readings of SpO2. Please consult the IFU and manual for full safety information.

1. PMB05N (MFR): 10096850A00 REPORT, CLINICAL, ACCURACY AND LOW SAT, REPEAT, CONNERY OEM: PMB10N (LP100): RE00085099 Verification Test Report, Sensor Accuracy, Oxicable including simulated patient data RE00101824 Rev. A PMC10UB305N Oxicable Low Saturation Accuracy Study, Clinical Study Report. NELL1: 10011350 (N600x/Nell1 FE) - Clinical Summary Report for N600x including a validation study with Nell-1 (MP100-06) oximeter with MaxA, MaxN, and MaxFast at 60-80% saturation range.

2. PMB05N (MFR): 10096394 - Clinical Report, Abbreviated Sensor Line, Connery (P3.1) in N-600x including validation at 70-100% saturation range with MaxA, OxiCliqA, SCA, DS100A, MaxFast, and DYSEPMB10N (LP100): 10143258 - Clinical Report, Oxicable (LP100 embedded). Abbreviated Sensor Line including the validation at 70%-100% saturation range with MaxA, MaxFAST, SCA, OxicliqA, DS100A, DYS-ERE00105732, SpO2 Accuracy Clinical Report of USB Pulse Oximetry Monitor Interface Cable with FlexMax Reusable SpO2 Sensor via Reference CO-Oximetry. 10028895 - MP100_06 (Nell 1 equivalent) - Clinical Summary Report including validation of accuracy of MP100-06 with Max AL, DS100A, D-YSE, OxiCliq, SC-A and MaxFast.

3. Based on internal reports: RE00083396 - Verification report, motion pulse rate accuracy, Oxicable. 10143241 - Clinical report, Springboard, Oxicable motion study. RE10011350- Clinical Summary Report, Jupiter, N600x including reference to clinical testing report "Non Invasive Controlled Acute Hypoxia Study – Jupiter: Validate P3 .2 w / MAX-A Gold Sensors during Standard Motion vs. Gold MAX-A w / N-595 (09-20-05 ). N595: 10047614 - Saturation and Pulse Rate Comparative performance of the N-595 During Combined Motion and Low Perfusion (Clinical report including the validation of motion and low perfusion conditions combined with N-595 /Max A ). 10035078 - N595 Standard Motion Study Summary Report Saturation and Pulse Rate Accuracy of the N595 During Standard Motions with N595 /Max A and N395 /D25.

4. Brostowicz HM, Khodayar Rais-Bahrami K. Oxygen saturation monitoring in the neonatal intensive care unit: evaluation of a new alarm management. Presented at: American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition; October 17-20, 209; Washington D .C.