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Orange connectors designate short-term use. For use with Microstream™ capnography moniitors and multiparameter monitors equipped with Microstream™ technology.
Yellow connectors designate long-term use. For use with Microstream™ capnography monitors and multiparameter monitors equipped with Microstream™ technology
Blue connectors designate luer sampling lines. For use with most types of sidestream monitors with a standard luer input connector
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In capnography, understanding respiratory compromise is key to continual advances. We're committed to raising awareness, providing education and encouraging research of respiratory compromise.
For randomly selected GI patients undergoing propofol PSA, capnography monitoring resulted in a 52.56% decrease in severe oxygen desaturation (SpO2 ≤ 85%) 1,†
With capnography monitoring, you can detect 23X more episodes of respiratory compromise.2,‡
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The Microstream™ capnography monitoring system should not be used as the sole basis for diagnosis or therapy and is intended only as an adjunct in patient assessment.
† Hypoxia was reduced from 7.8% to 3.7%. -52.56%=((3.7 -7.8)/7.8) X 100.
‡ Compared to routine monitoring without capnography. Respiratory compromise defined as RR < 6 BPM, apnea > 20 seconds, etCO2 < 60 mmHg, or SpO2 < 88%.
1. Beitz A, Riphaus A, Meining A, et al. Capnographic monitoring reduces the incidence of arterial oxygen desaturation and hypoxemia during propofol sedation for colonoscopy: a randomized, controlled study (ColoCap Study). Am J Gastroenterol. 2012;107(8):1205–1212.
2. Hutchison R, Rodriguez L. Capnography and respiratory depression. Am J Nurs. 2008;108(2):35–39.