Central Stations

In the typical setting of an Intensive Care Unit or Emergency Room. Any number of patients are being monitored at any given time. To centralize the observation and monitoring of these patients the individual monitors are networked to a Central Station. This Central Station typically consists of a Display, a Processor, a Recorder and the appropriate Software to monitor the patient parameters being collected from the individual bedside monitors. At this central location, each patient can be monitored for changes to parameters, arrhythmias can be monitored for life threatening changes and alarms can be sounded for each patient. The Central recorder can automatically run a strip or it can be manually started to record various vital signs.

GE MarquetteGE Marquette - Central Scope 12C

Central Scope 12C

The Centralscope 12C serves as a central review and graphing terminal for the Unity Network. The Centralscope 12C includes color CRT display, a keyboard, a thermal writer, the touch screen and the trim knob. Data is stored on an internal hard drive and updates can be accomplished by the built in floppy drive. The color CRT displays waveform and alphanumeric information received from the bedsides. The keyboard allows the operator to input alphanumeric information into the Centralscope. The built in touch screen allows the operator easy access to information being displayed on the CRT. The trim knob serves the same function as the keyboard and the touch screen. The Centralscope 12C can be configured for up to eight (8) patients.

GE Marquette Clinical Information CenterGE Marquette

CIC

Pro Clinical Information Center

The CIC Pro Clinical Information Center is the cornerstone of today’s modern healthcare environment. It accepts real time data and historical data from multiple monitoring sources and presents it to caregivers in the context to reduce errors and enhance work flow. This Clinical Information Center is a flexible component of your monitoring solution for providing the information that you need and when you need it. Standard software provides one (1) hour of Full Disclosure for all monitored patients. The Clinical Information Center can be configured for up to sixteen (16) patients. Available options include printer and extended Full Disclosure.

Hewlett Packard M2350AHewlett Packard

M2350A

M2360A

Merlin

This unit is the heart of any Intensive Care or Cardiac Care Unit. This unit comes in either the M2350A (Monochrome) or the M2360A (Color) display option. This unit is capable of monitoring up to eight bedsides and can be used in conjunction with another similar unit to expand the monitoring capability to up to sixteen beds. The unit is supplied with a thermal recorder, which can be expanded to include an optional second recorder. This unit easily connects to the HP Care-Net system and can, in real time monitor any patient connected to the network. The Central Station Monitor uses an arrhythmia detection algorithm, which is designed to detect ventricular arrhythmias in paced as well as non-paced adult patients.

Philips M3150APhilips

M3150A

Viridia Information Center

The M3150A Viridia Information Center combines the patient data management and support capability of a clinical review station with the features of a central monitor. The Information Center Software is to display physiological waves, parameters and trends for strip chart recording and printed reports. It is also intended to provide secondary annunciation of alarms from the networked medical devices at a central location. It also provides retrospective review of alarms, events, trends and full disclosure including strip chart recordings and printed reports. The system can be configured for the monitoring of four to twenty-four beds in either single or dual column configuration. The Viridia Recorder can record one or two real time or delayed waveforms and the strip includes three (3) lines of annotation. Up to three (3) recorders can be supported for multiple recording capabilities.

Philips EVOPhilips

M3150B

“EVO”

The IntelliVue Information Center is an integral part of the Philips Patient Care System. It consists of the Information Center PC, the Information Center software (E.01), the recorder rack and recorder, keyboard and mouse and a 19 inch flat panel display. There is available an optional touch screen display. The Information Center displays information via the Philips CareNet network and/or the IntelliVue Clinical Network received from point-of-care equipment connected to the network.

Spacelabs

90385Spacelabs 90385

The Spacelabs 90385 Universal Clinical Workstation (UCW) is a highly flexible central station monitor which can be configured to display up to sixteen (16) patients. The UCW uses a 15 inch high resolution color display. With few exceptions (power) all the controls are on-screen touch-keys. It is also available with the optional controls of mouse and keyboard. This display is compatible with the full line of Patient Care Monitoring System components. This display comes with built-in tilt and swivel capability for added flexibility.