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The Ohmeda TruSat is a pulse oximeter that was invented in 2005. It is one of the world's smallest bedside monitors that is a lot smaller than most of the bedside pulse oximeters out on the market today. It has two buttons, one for the on/off button, one to silence the alarm, and a green wheel, that can be pressed in, and/or turned to select settings!!
Features include:
1. Easy to see numeric display.
2. alarm limits visible at all times.
3. 48 hour TREND DATA.
4. Pir or Perfusion index measurements.
5. Alarms audio and visual alarms sound when something is out of a set limit.
6. Optional backlight.
7. Waighs less than half the waight of a regular bedside pulse oximeter.
1. He has the Ohmeda TruSat and he uses it all the time.
2. Does he like the audio pulse?
3. YES.
4. Does the monitor have alarms?
5. Yes.
6. All Right.
by 1992peter February 14, 2010