GE Healthcare respiratory monitoring
information is available with other vital signs data on a single screen
offering clinicians a single source of clinical information at the
ETCO2 monitoring may help clinicians maintain normoventilation, adjust
ventilation and detect changes in patient ventilatory status (e.g.,
increased/decreased AaCO2 difference, pulmonary embolism).
Spirometry monitoring may help clinicians detect
changes in patient ventilatory status (e.g., lung injury, bronchospasm, dynamic
hyperinflation), support treatment decisions such as weaning prediction and detect
Barotrauma, volotrauma, pneumothorax, atelectasis and malfunctions in breathing
circuit and airway functionality.
Exchange monitoring may help clinicians detect
changes in patient metabolic status caused by injuries or septic reactions, assess
nutritional needs, support treatment decisions such as oxygen delivery,
ventilator settings and wean patients from ventilators.
The needs of neonatal to adult ETCO2
monitoring are covered with mainstream and sidestream based technology