Tissue Oxygenation Monitors

Tissue oxygen monitors use white light spectroscopy to provide real time measurement of tissue oxygen saturation, tissue hemoglobin concentration, and temperature. Unlike other techniques, tissue oxygenation monitoring does not require tissue to be heated, therefore allowing for accurate measurement of the true resting oxygenation status.

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Medical Devices
The moorVMS-OXY™ system uses a white light spectroscopy method to assess tissue oxygen saturation (SO2), tissue hemoglobin concentration and temperature.
OxyLite instrument has been designed to be used either as stand-alone devices in their own right, or connected together to take advantage of our combined, multi-parameter probes.
The NIRO-200NX is a tissue oxygenation monitor that uses near infrared spectroscopy. The unit uses safe, low light to measure the Tissue Oxygenation Index (TOI), showing the oxygen saturation level.
The InSpectra StO2 Monitor provides a continuous trend to gauge the effectiveness of medical interventions in hypoperfused patients. The InSpectra StO2 Monitor is targeted for use in trauma and critical care departments.
The OxyLab pO2 and Oxylab LDF instruments have been designed to be used either as stand-alone devices in their own right, or connected together to take advantage of combined, multi-parameter probes.