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Dr.Laurent Brochard, Interdepartmental Division of Critical Care Medicine, University of Toronto, St-Michael’s Hospital, has begun an evaluation of a unique device that measures and monitors tidal volume, respiratory rate and minute ventilation.

Study shows minute ventilation monitor preferred over end-tidal co2 in monitoring for life-threatening opioid induced respiratory depression. Research presented at The Deutsche Anesthesia Congress (DAC) Shows Minute Ventilation Monitor may be preferable to indirect measurement using EtCO2, for non-intubated patients.The study “Evaluation of the Relationship between Non-Invasive Minute Ventilation and End-Tidal CO2in Patients Undergoing General…

STIMPOD 450 Peripheral Nerve Stimulator is designed to provide dual functionality with both precision nerve location and Neuromuscular Blocking Agent monitoring. The Stimpod 450 has a unique three-dimensional accelerometer to accurately and continuously provide Train of Four (TOF), Double Burst (DB) and Post Tetanic Count (PTC) ratio’s during the entire procedure.

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