Philips monitors and Masimo measurements Noninvasive, continuous and real-time haemoglobin monitoring

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    Working together to deliver the future of measurements and monitoring

     

    Philips innovative patient monitors now offer Masimo rainbow SET™, providing continuous haemoglobin (SpHb®) monitoring on a single monitor at the point of care that seamlessly integrates into your workspace.

    With a combined focus on patient care, Philips monitors with Masimo measurements give clinicians noninvasive, real-time visibility to haemoglobin changes in between invasive blood samples.

     

    Learn more about the combined capabilities of Philips and Masimo.

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    The innovative capabilities from the Philips IntelliVue monitoring portfolio with the advanced measurements from Masimo rainbow SET™

     

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    Philips critical care monitors

     

    Patient insights you can count on in the most critical situations, now with Masimo measurements.

     

    Masimo rainbow SET Technology

     

    Noninvasive, real-time monitoring: available on Philips critical care monitors.

     

    Why noninvasive and continuous haemoglobin (SpHb) monitoring?

     

    Insights on real-time changes or lack of changes in a patient’s haemoglobin concentration throughout the course of a case

    Seamless connectivity without adding new equipment to your workspace

     

    Operational efficiencies from enhanced workflow

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    Reduce the wait for critical measurements

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    PVi

    Continuously measure the dynamic changes in Pi that occur during the respiratory cycle.
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    SpHb

    Noninvasive and continuous monitoring of changes in haemoglobin, between invasive blood draws, which may allow for earlier assessment of internal bleeding or other clinical conditions.
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    SpO2

    Masimo SET pulse oximetry helps overcome the challenges of low perfusion and motion artifact that limit conventional pulse oximetry
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    Continuous monitoring, made seamless

     

    As a leader in patient monitoring solutions with a primary focus on early detection and prevention of patient deterioration, Philips supports clinical workflow and caregiver efficiencies, and enhanced patient care.

    Now integrated with Masimo technology, our patient monitoring solution delivers the innovative capabilities of Philips IntelliVue with the advanced visibility of noninvasive, continuous, real-time haemoglobin measurements.

    Philips and Masimo CEOs Discuss Partnership

    In 2016 Philips and Masimo signed a multi-year business partnership agreement in patient monitoring and select therapy solutions. View the video to learn more.

     

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