Capnography

A capnograph is an instrument that measures the carbon dioxide concentration in an air sample. It is most commonly used to monitor the carbon dioxide content of air being delivered to intensive care patients or those under anesthesia. The device can detect respiratory problems such as hypoventilation or when there is a problem with the way anesthesia equipment is being used.

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Medical Devices
The RespSense WIDESCREEN touch-panel display monitor offers MedAir sidestream EtCO2 technology for a wide range of clinical settings and for both intubated and non-intubated patients.
Nonin Medical's LifeSense multi-parameter monitor provides numeric EtCO2 and SpO2 values in addition to a continuous visual waveform — making it ideal for spot checks or continuous monitoring.
The Capnocheck II Handheld Capnograph/Oximeter is a full featured, highly portable unit in your choice of configurations, delivering capnography only or capnography combined with oximetry.
Capnography is the monitoring of CO2 exchange in the lungs during exhalation. It has been shown to be one of the most effective ways for physicians to diagnose adverse respiratory conditions.