Factbites
 Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Blood gas monitor


Related Topics

In the News (Sun 21 Apr 19)

  
  Wikinfo | Blood
Blood is a liquid found in all higher animals whose main function is to supply the tissues with nutrients and oxygen and to remove waste products.
Human blood is a liquid tissue; its major function is to transport oxygen necessary to life throughout the body.
Blood also transports metabolic waste products, drugs and other foreign chemicals to the liver to be degraded and to the kidney to be excreted in urine.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=blood   (907 words)

  
 Blood gas monitor
A blood gas monitor is a medical device that measures the amount of a dissolved gas in a patient's blood.
The monitor value bounces in time to the heart beat because the blood vessels expand and contract with the heartbeat.
Blood oxygen monitors are of critical importance in emergency medicine and are also very useful for patients with respiratory or cardiac problems.
www.askfactmaster.com /Blood_gas_monitor   (215 words)

  
 Blood Gas Text
There are four good reasons for obtaining blood gases: 1) to assess the oxygenation capacity of the lungs for diagnostic reasons, 2) to assess the oxygen pressure in the blood for therapeutic reasons, 3) to assess respiratory adequacy, and 4) to assess acid-base status.
And of course, blood gases are used to monitor the therapy of acidosis in the unstable patient.
Blood gases are drawn from an artery with a small needle attached to a syringe.
www.madsci.com /manu/gas_gen.htm   (1627 words)

  
 Blood gas monitor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
A blood gas monitor is a medical device thatmeasures the amount of a dissolved gas in a patient's blood.
It is often attached to a medical monitor so staff can directly read a patient's oxygenation atall times.
Blood oxygen monitors are of critical importance in emergencymedicine and are also very useful for patients with respiratory or cardiac problems.
spanish.therfcc.org /blood-gas-monitor-106137.html   (213 words)

  
 Blood gas monitoring equipment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Blood gas monitors are medical instrumentation, which measures the amount of a dissolved gas in the patient's blood.
Blood gas monitors are attached to medical monitor allowing staff to directly read a patient's oxygenation continuously.
Blood oxygen monitors are critical in the treatment of patients with respiratory or cardiac problems.
www.imedicalequipmentleasing.com /bloodgas.htm   (213 words)

  
 Blood Gases: The Test
Blood gas measurements are used to evaluate your oxygenation and acid/base status.
Blood gas measurements may be ordered if you are known to have a respiratory, metabolic, or kidney disease and are experiencing respiratory distress to evaluate your oxygenation and acid/base balance.
A pH imbalance, blood that is either too acidic (state of acidosis) or alkaline (state of alkalosis) will be primarily due to a condition or disease that affects either respiration (breathing, your lungs) or your metabolic processes.
www.labtestsonline.org /understanding/analytes/blood_gases/test.html   (719 words)

  
 Clinical Use of Continuous Arterial Blood Gas Monitoring in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit -- Weiss et al. 103 (2): ...
The continuous arterial blood gas sensor is capable of clinically accurate blood gas measurements.
The bold numbers were the current measured blood gas values, the bar indicates the time of HFOV initiation, and the graphs plot the blood gas values for the previous 10 minutes.
The blood gas values obtained from the Paratrend 7 and the clinical laboratory were compared by bias and precision as described.
pediatrics.aappublications.org /cgi/content/full/103/2/440   (3535 words)

  
 anesthesia_etc
Monitoring blood pressure of a horse is one of the most important steps in assessing depth of anesthesia as well as circulatory status.
Listening to that rush of blood with a stethoscope is possible with a Doppler ultrasound machine which is the technology we have used until now.
A pulse oximeter measures oxygenation, a capnograph measures carbon dioxide values and the level of anaesthetic gas the horse breaths in and out are constantly monitored by a gas analyzer off the endotracheal tube.
www.horsebc.com /kvs/anesthesia_etc.htm   (730 words)

  
 Critical Care | Full text | Equipment review: Continuous assessment of arterial blood gases
Because clinical decisions need to be made on the basis of trends in blood gases as well as with the rapid detection of an acute event [6,7], continuous non-invasive monitoring techniques, such as pulse-oximetry and continuous capnography, have been developed.
The light is re-emitted at a lower intensity and the decrease in fluorescence is proportional to the concentration of analyte in the dye [13,14].
Aberrant blood gas values, obtained particularly in cases of hypotension or vascular construction were attributed to the `wall-stress effect' on the sensing element [15,16].
ccforum.com /content/1/1/11   (2602 words)

  
 EMDM: October 2006
An application-specific integrated circuit from AMI Semiconductor is a critical component of a blood gas monitor that is under development at Sphere Medical.
An arterial monitor currently in development is designed to provide constant real-time measurement of chemicals in the blood such as glucose, electrolytes, drug concentrations, and blood gases.
Blood gas monitoring is critical for supervising an intensive–care patient’s respiratory system.
www.devicelink.com /emdm/archive/06/10/020.html   (489 words)

  
 Blood gas monitor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
A blood gas monitor is a medical device that measures the amount of a gas in a patient's blood.
A blood-oxygen monitor customarily measures percent of Acceptable normal ranges are from 95 to percent.
Blood oxygen monitors are of critical importance emergency medicine and are also very useful for with respiratory or cardiac problems.
www.freeglossary.com /Blood_gas_monitor   (659 words)

  
 Evaluation of a Fiberoptic Blood Gas Monitor in Neonates with Congenital Heart Disease   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
BACKGROUND: Blood gas analysis is extremely important in perioperative management of neonates with congenital heart disease, where ventilator manipulation of the pulmonary vascular resistance is crucial.
Blood was pulled across the sensor and re-infused to the patient after analysis.
The accuracy and precision of the Sensicath System blood gas analysis results were assessed by comparison to simultaneous samples analyzed with a Corning 855 analyzer.
www.rcjournal.com /contents/09.00/09.00.1105.asp   (318 words)

  
 Golden Triangle News Source :: Cut Bank Pioneer | Glacier Reporter | Shelby Promoter | The Valierian
This piece of equipment consists of a monitor, calibration cylinder and printer and was purchased for $3,011.
When using the blood gas monitor, small amounts of blood are drawn from an artery and analyzed.
The blood gas monitor is much more accurate and not affected by external factors.
www.goldentrianglenews.com /articles/2006/04/13/cut_bank_pioneer_press/news/news7.txt   (567 words)

  
 Continuous intravascular blood gas monitoring: development, current techniques, and clinical use of a commercial device ...
Blood gas analysis: effect of air bubbles in syringe and delay in estimation.
Amniotic gas values and acid-base status during acute maternal hyperoxemia and hypoxemia in the early fetal sheep.
Evaluation of the Paratrend 7 intravascular blood gas monitor during cardiac surgery: comparison with the C4000 in-line blood gas monitor during cardiopulmonary bypass.
bja.oxfordjournals.org /cgi/content/full/91/3/397   (4303 words)

  
 Diabetes Monitor - blood glucose meters
The U.S. market for blood glucose meters was worth $252.8 million in the year ended March 31, 2002, according to the June 2002 issue of OTC Update, published by Nicholas Hall Periodicals.
Fluent is starting with spectroscopic techniques and signal analysis methods already well-demonstrated to predict in vivo blood glucose levels non-invasively and accurately and adding proprietary new nanotechnology-driven optical sources and newly enabled powerful calibration and error-checking methods to create compact, reliable and calibration-free systems.
The device is intended to compute blood glucose levels by using special sensors to detect physiological parameters related to the body's metabolism, such as thermal energy, oxygen supply, and blood flow.
www.diabetesmonitor.com /meters.htm   (12142 words)

  
 Arterial blood gas interpretation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Assessment arterial blood gas interpretation of oxygen is toxic.
Careful interpretation of to the main disorder, when to the er is arterial blood gas interpretation stupid.
ABGs are indicated in a cause of blood gases.
blood-gases.vesterpro.net /arterial-blood-gas-interpretation.html   (368 words)

  
 Clinical Performance of an In-Line Point-of-Care Monitor in Neonates -- Widness et al. 106 (3): 497 -- Pediatrics
with the in-line monitor was approximately one-tenth that of the
Zaloga GP, Roberts PR, Black K Hand-held blood gas analyzer is accurate in the critical care setting.
Haller M, Kilger E, Briegel J, Forst H, Peter K Continuous intra-arterial blood gas and pH monitoring in critically ill patients with severe respiratory failure: a prospective, criterion standard study.
pediatrics.aappublications.org /cgi/content/full/106/3/497   (4725 words)

  
 MPMN Profile Page-April 2001
A multiparameter blood-gas monitor system combines fiber optics with specific chemical probes to directly measure blood chemistry and blood gases.
The key component in the instrument is a small invasive probe fitted with three optical-fiber sensors that simultaneously measure CO, and pH and a conventional thermocouple for temperature measurement.
During operation, light from an LED source is launched into the probe from a control unit and then reflected by a small stainless-steel mirror encapsulated in the end of each optical fiber.
www.devicelink.com /mpmn/archive/01/04/005.html   (1262 words)

  
 Blood gas monitor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Blood gases are returned from a heelstick may be kept in blood gas monitor type ii respiratory failure.
blood gas monitor renal or hepatic failure poly trauma and decreased hco; matches the emergency room.
Monitor patients during cardiopulmonary surgery may have a normal oxygen by compensates decreases.
blood-gases.vesterpro.net /blood-gas-monitor.html   (574 words)

  
 SwRI Bioengineering Product Design and Development: Continuous Arterial Blood Gas Monitor
The first commercially available continuous arterial blood gas monitor was developed at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI).
SwRI assembled 20 preproduction prototypes using Good Manufacturing Practices for clinical trials and evaluation of the monitor.
Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI®), headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, is a multidisciplinary, independent, nonprofit, applied engineering and physical sciences research and development organization with 11 technical divisions.
www.swri.org /4org/d10/bioeng/bioeng/gallery5.htm   (183 words)

  
 [No title]
Two methodologies for obtaining accurate blood gas and electrolyte values during cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) are traditional laboratory analyzers, which use an electrochemical technology, and continuous in-line monitoring systems, which use a fluorometric and/or spectrophotometric technology.
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the accuracy of a new continuous in-line monitor, the 3M (TM) CDI (TM) Blood Parameter Monitoring System 500, which provides continuous in-line measurements of pH, PCO2, PO2, potassium (K+), oxygen saturation, hematocrit, hemoglobin, and temperature, during partial or complete CPB.
The results of this clinical trial show that the CDI System 500 continuous in-line monitoring system provides values that meet the accuracy standards for laboratory analyzers for arterial pH, PCO2, PO2, and K+.
www.ject.org /sections/search/jectquery.cfm?abstract=yes&absID=202   (397 words)

  
 Patient Monitoring Systems
Patient monitoring systems consist of equipment, devices and supplies that measure, display and record human physiological characteristics, including blood pressure, body temperature, heart activity, levels of various bodily substances (e.g., blood gases, cholesterol, glucose, etc.), pulse rate, respiration rate and other health-related criteria.
Among the specific products analyzed in the study are multi-, dual- and single-parameter monitors that function either as independent, stand-alone units or components of integrated patient management networks.
Patient monitoring systems measure physiological characteristics either continuously or at regular intervals over time and thereby differ from diagnostic instruments that detect existing medical conditions through single testing procedures.
www.piribo.com /publications/technology/patient_monitoring_systems.html   (405 words)

  
 Philips, Patient Monitoring - CMS 2002
The flexible design of the CMS 2002, including the information you want the choice of display, user interface, and measurements, means that you buy a monitor that fits your needs exactly.
The Philips Blood Analysis Portal analyzes blood at the bedside - in approximately 90 seconds, using as little as 125uL of sample.
The point of care diagnostics Blood Analysis Portal symbolizes a completely new and optimized way of delivering care - improving processes and staff efficiency, reducing therapeutic turnaround time, and contributing to costs reductions and outcome improvements.
www.medical.philips.com /kr/products/patient_monitoring/products/cms2002   (352 words)

  
 Development of a patient-dedicated, on-demand, blood gas monitor -- Mahutte et al. 149 (4): 852 -- American Journal of ...
Development of a patient-dedicated, on-demand, blood gas monitor -- Mahutte et al.
Development of a patient-dedicated, on-demand, blood gas monitor
A new monitor (CDI 2000) that brings blood gas measurements to the
ajrccm.atsjournals.org /cgi/content/abstract/149/4/852   (327 words)

  
 How ECMO Works :: ECMO :: Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
ECMO substitutes for the function of the lungs and heart by pumping blood out of the body; oxygen is added to the blood and carbon dioxide is removed before it is returned to the patient.
The pump pushes blood through an artificial lung where we add oxygen and remove carbon dioxide.
You will also see other tubing and ports for blood withdrawal and drug administration, as well as safety features, such as a pump regulator, blood gas monitor, and other devices.
www1.wfubmc.edu /ECMO/FAQ/How.htm   (336 words)

  
 PEMED - New arrivals of used medical equipment
Shipping weight is about 25 pounds for the monitor or 45 pounds on stand.
Device for calibrating CDI 300 blood gas monitor.
120 V. This unit captures radioactive Xenon gas, from a patient's lungs, and prevents it from leaking into the room atmosphere during nuclear medicine studies.
www.pemed.com /newdock/newdock.htm   (1262 words)

  
 Detection and Monitoring of Hypoxemia and Oxygen Therapy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Thus, it is not surprising that many technologies have been developed to measure and monitor oxygenation.
Some of these have become ubiquitous in the past 10 years (eg, pulse oximetry).
They can be used to evaluate arterial oxygenation, venous oxygenation, oxygen delivery, oxygen uptake, or a combination of these.
www.rcjournal.com /contents/01.00/01.00.0065.asp   (125 words)

  
 Refurbished Vital Signs Monitors
Refurbished patient monitor with ECG, Blood Pressure, SO2, Parameters, printer.AC/ DC currents.
Welch Allyn Protocol Model Propac 106 LE Vital Signs Monitor.
Refurbished, with Blood Pressure, SO2 and EKG parameters, printer, A/C and D/C power, patient ready.
www.angelusmedical.com /VitalSignsMonitors.htm   (197 words)

  
 SwRI Medical Device Development Brochure
The system measures the amount of blood pumped by the heart each minute.
Using a multidisciplinary, integrated approach, engineers developed the prototype of this commercially available, continuous, noninvasive blood pressure monitor.
The Institute frequently redesigns laboratory prototypes into production-ready devices, such as this continuous arterial blood gas monitor.
www.swri.org /3pubs/brochure/d10/mdd/mdd.htm   (249 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

Factbites
  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.