Overview

A powerful platform of Microstream™ capnography

The Microstream™ microMediCO2 OEM module is the core component of Microstream™ etCOmeasurement technology. Smaller and lower power than previous models, the microMediCO2 OEM module can be designed into an even wider range of host configurations.

With less power required, the Microstream™ microMediCO2 OEM module makes etCO2 monitoring simple and accurate, even in the smallest and most portable monitors.

Features

  • Measures etCO2, FiCO2, respiration rate
  • Clear, crisp CO2 waveforms, even in non-intubated patients
  • Highly accurate CO2 values, even in variable breathing conditions
  • Small, compact size
  • Rugged, reliable technology
  • Fast on power up; fully accurate at first reading
  • Low sampling flow rate of 50 ml/min, required for neonates
  • Low power consumption
  • RS-232, USB
  • RoHS compliant
  • Full suite of Smart Capnography™ algorithms
    • Integrated Pulmonary Index™ (IPI), measuring adequacy of ventilation and oxygenation
    • Smart Breath Detection™ Algorithm (Smart BDA), mitigating the effects of artifact, enabling quality monitoring for non-intubated general floor patients
    • Smart Alarm for Respiratory Analysis™ (SARA), to recognize and reduce nuisance alarms, promoting caregiver alarm vigilance.
    • Apnea-Sat Alert™ measuring apneas per hour and Oxygen Desaturation Index values to identify and quantify apneas and oxygen desaturation events.
  • etCO2 sampling solutions for all environments and patient populations
    • Adult, pediatric, neonate
    • Intubated (standard and high humidity)
    • Non-intubated (nasal, oral/nasal), with an option for O2 delivery, standard and high humidity
    • Smart CapnoLine™ guardian provides continuous nasal and oral CO2 monitoring and oral O2 delivery in upper endoscopy patients without compromise of patient position or endoscopic technique
  • Easy to integrate and versatile for all clinical applications and environments:
    • Procedural sedation 
    • General care floor
    • ICU – ventilation management, weaning and post weaning ventilation monitoring
    • NICU
    • Emergency department and prehospital EMS
    • Resuscitation environment 
    • Sleep labs
  • Complete OEM integration kit and technical support

Specifications

Measuring Parameters
CO2 waveform, et CO2, Fi CO2, Respiration Rate
Integrated Pulmonary Index™, Apnea-Sat Alert™ (Apneas Per Hour)
Accuracy
CO2 Partial Pressure (at sea level) Accuracy
0-38 mmHg ± 2 mmHg
39-99 mmHg ± (5% of reading + 0.08x (reading – 39mmHG))
100-150 mmHG ± (5% of reading + 0.08x (reading – 39mmHG))
Performance
CO2 range 0 to 150 mmHg, 0 to 20 Vol%, 0 to 20 kPa
Accuracy 0-38 mmHg ± 2 mmHg 0-38 mmHg ± 2 mmHg
  39-150 mmHg ± (5% of reading + 0.08 for every 1 mmHg above 38 mmHg)
CO2 sampling flow rate 50 ml/min (+ 15 ml/min, -7.5 ml/min) flow measured by volume
Initialization time Typically 30 seconds to obtain both reading and waveform. At full accuracy when value first appears.
Respiration rate 0-150 breaths/min
Mode Adult, pediatric, neonatal
Physical Characteristics
Power requirements 1.0W (typical in normal operation), 0.5W in standby mode
Powering options 3.3V only, 3.3V to digital supply; 3.3V – 5.5V to DC/DC input, 5V only
Weight 115 g
Communication interface RS-232 Standard; USB, RS485 and TTL available upon request
Environmental
Temperature
Operating 0° to 65° C (32° to 149° F)
Storage -40 to 70° C (-4° to 158° F)
Operating Pressure and Altitude
Pressure 430 mmHg to 795 mmHg
Altitude -380 m to 4572 m (-1,250 ft to 15,000 ft)
Storage Pressure and Altitude
Pressure 88 mmHg to 795 mmHG
Altitude -380 to 15,240 (-1,250 ft to 50,000 ft)
Relative Humidity 10% to 95% (non-condensing)
Standard and Regulations
The following standards are met by the module, as long as the monitor in which it is installed also meets the standards:
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU, UL 60601-1, EN ISO 21647 (including transport requirements)
EN 60601-1-2
emission class B
CSA C22.2 No. 601-1-M90
ISO 7137/DO-160E
IEC 62304
UL 60601
EN1789 (applicable parts for medical devices)
MIL STD 810F Method 514.5
Helicopter category 14
Meets all applicable standards and regulations required to support a host monitor 510 (k) submission.