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Nico Cardiopulmonary System

Item# 4248-483BEM

The NICO® monitor, measures cardiac output based on changes in respiratory CO2 concentration caused by a brief period of rebreathing. The measurement of cardiac output is accomplished by interpreting data collected by proprietary sensors that measure flow, airway pressure, and CO2 concentration, and then combining these signals to calculate CO2 elimination. Using these variables, a technique known as Fick partial rebreathing is applied to calculate cardiac output. The NICO monitor can be used with mechanically ventilated patients in the operating room, intensive care, or emergency departments.

Specifications:

  • Adult patients on controlled mechanicalventilation, or patients breathing spontaneously with ventilation support.
  • Ventilaton Modes
    Partial CO2 rebreathing differential FICK, noninvasive.
  • Measurement Frequency
    Rebreathing measurementmade every three minutes for a duration of 35 seconds.
  • Nico Sensor Valve type  Dual diaphragm, pneumatically controlled 
    Return Spring  4 to 40 cm H2O
    Rebreathed Volume  Normal position: 35 ml
  • Rebreathing Position:
    125-285 ml (small)
    150-450 ml (standard)
    200-835 ml (large) 
  • CO2 / Flow Sensor Integrated into NICO Sensor  
  • Alerts Adjustable Limits:  C.O., ETCO2, SpO2, RR, No Respiration, VCO2 and Pulse rate
    Audio: Adjustable volume, 2 min. silence or OFF (LED indicator) 
    Visual: On-screen indication and red LCD for high-priority alerts.
  • Internal Battery Life:  45 minutes on full-charge 
  • Recharge Time : 12 hours
  • Type: Lead acid gel cell 

Note: This product is no longer available.
 

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