DRE Trax Vital Signs / ETCO2 Monitor


The DRE Trax is a versatile, intuitive patient vital signs monitor that can be configured to measure any combination of non-invasive blood pressure, SpO2, rapid temperature, and capnography ( EtCO2 Monitoring ). The Trax simplifies clinician use by incorporating a touchscreen with a simple user interface.

The Trax is ideal for bedside measurement in low-acuity post-anesthetic care, sleep studies, and patient transport, and is applicable in many other care areas. The Trax can be configured as a basic continuous pulse oximeter or a blood pressure pulse oximeter combo. EtCO2 can also be added as a 3rd parameter. The Trax can be used with only EtCO2 as a standalone capnograph for specialized clinical applications.

Weighing less than 3 lbs, the portable Trax is well suited for any patient care area. Wall mounts and mobile mounting solutions are available. A long-life lithium ion battery is standard.

Non-proprietary sample lines allow the Trax to be the industry's lowest cost-per-patient end-tidal CO2 monitor. The capnography system is a cutting-edge, low-flow end-tidal CO2 measuring system. It uses a 50-ml-per-minute sidestream method to deliver the most accurate EtCO2 readings. It can be used on both intubated and non-intubated patients. The sample line connection system uses filter cells to eliminate the potential of cross-contamination.

Capnography is outpacing Pulse Oximetry as the new standard of care in outpatient surgery procedures.

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