Medical Monitors Offered by Infinium Medical
At Infinium Medical, we specialize in developing medical monitors that are user-friendly, highly reliable, and feature-rich. If you are currently in the process of researching new medical monitors for your healthcare facility, our team will be glad to assist. We offer several different patient monitors to choose from, each with its own unique advantages and benefits. Whether you need a single vital signs monitor for your family practice or networked medical monitors for your hospital, we have you covered.
Above all else, our medical monitors are extremely accurate. We know how important it is for you to be able to rely on the validity of your data and have extensively field tested our various products around the globe in some of the most high-volume medical facilities in the industry to ensure that our products withstand vigorous use. The stakes are too high when it comes to medical monitoring to not be absolutely sure that you have a completely accurate understanding of a patient’s vitals.
Additionally, our medical monitors are:
- Extremely easy to use – Rather than getting bogged down by counterintuitive software interfaces and complex menus, our screens are very user-friendly. This makes it easy to adjust the displays as needed and customize the settings for each individual patient on the fly.
- Configurable – In addition to offering a variety of standard monitoring capabilities, our medical monitors are designed to be compatible with a number of field upgradable plug-in modules to expand their monitoring ability. The Infinium EnTide™, for instance, allows for end-tidal CO2 monitoring for both intubated and non-intubated patients.
- Portable – Our medical monitors are lightweight (some weigh less than 3 pounds) and include a built-in lithium-ion battery, making them simple to transport from patient to patient.
To learn more about the various medical monitors that we offer, contact Infinium Medical today. We’ll be glad to walk you through your options and help you select the technology that is most appropriate for your medical facility.