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Contec Medical PM50 Ambulatory BP and SPO2 monitor
Ambulatory BP monitor with SPO2
Contec Medical PM50 ambulatory BP monitor with SPO2



List Price: $1,077.15
Competitor's Price $852.95
Sale Price: $454.10

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Product Code: CMS PM50

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Color ambulatory oximeter & blood pressure monitor PM-50 is a wearable, overnight and comfortable patient monitor for adult, pediatric¹, and neonatal. Please note that standard with the unit is an adult size cuff and oximeter sensor. PM50 is designed for spot check and ambulatory applications. The ambulatory patient monitor provides continuous 24-hour blood oxygen saturation levels and periodic blood pressure readings giving an accurate assessment of the patient's condition. Ambulatory patient monitor PM-50 has the capability of recording up to 4800 measurements.

It is recommended that SPO2 and blood pressure are not taken from the same arm simultaneously. 

The stored readings in the monitor can be saved in the computer for further analysis and archiving. The software can generate various reports, including history data, trend graph, pie chart, and event statistics.
The PM50 unit can be used to monitor the patient's pulse rate, blood pressure and oxygen saturation during moderate exercise. This is especially important for patients with respiratory problems. The data can help the patient to pace his exercise and to monitor his or her progress.
Children size cuffs and pulse oximeters are available and can be substituted for the standard adult cuff or sensor.
  •   This ambulatory oximeter and blood pressure unit has (audible and visual) alarms with configurable thresholds for SpO2, pulse rate, systolic and diastolic pressure. During automatic measurement mode, the ambulatory blood pressure monitor can take measurements periodically at an interval specified in the system configuration.

    This unit is compact and portable.  With optional equipment , can be used for adult¹, pediatric¹ and neonatal¹ patients