When patients are recovering and becoming ambulatory in the telemetry unit, you still need to monitor them with accurate, reliable, actionable pulse oximetry data. With the new GE ApexPro™* SpO2 Nellcor™ cable, your telemetry unit now has access to trusted Nellcor™ pulse oximetry technology. Simply unplug your current SpO2 telemetry cable and connect the GE ApexPro™* SpO2 Nellcor™ cable to your transmitter. Then plug the sensor into the cable and continue monitoring. Our cardiac-based algorithm and digital calibration technologies are engineered to offer accuracy — even during patient motion and low perfusion.([FOOTNOTE=Predicate Submission: Nellcor™ Oxicable, USB. PN: PMC10UB305N510(k) #: K172482 510(k) Submission Date: 8/15/2017. FDA Clearance Date: 12/15/2017.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]),†
Converting or upgrading your current SpO2 telemetry cable technology is simple and efficient. There are no software or hardware updates required. Simply unplug your current SpO2 telemetry cable and connect the GE ApexPro™* SpO2 Nellcor™ cable to your telemetry transmitter. Then plug in the sensor to the cable and continue monitoring. This technology eliminates cable-related SpO2 sensor requirements so your hospital can standardize pulse oximetry throughout your facility.
Converting to GE ApexPro™* CH/FH SpO2 Nellcor™ cable technology is simple and efficient.
Monitor ambulatory patients in the telemetry unit with the trusted Nellcor™ pulse oximetry used in other areas of your hospital.
The GE ApexPro™* SpO2 Nellcor™ cable is compatible with the entire Nellcor™ pulse oximetry sensor portfolio.
The GE ApexPro™* SpO2 Nellcor™ cable features OxiMax™ advanced digital signal processing. This enables the pulse oximetry technology to deliver accurate saturation and pulse rate values during interference conditions — such as patient motion or low perfusion.1,†
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.