Nihon Kohden’s Life Scope G7 is designed with a new platform for two models – 15.6” and 19” – and the option to add up to two additional displays. The advanced features of Life Scope G7 enable clinicians to customize the patient monitor for needs in different care areas throughout the entire hospital. By reducing false alarms, workload and the time for diagnoses, the Life Scope G7 supports clinicians by providing additional information along with standard procedures for better and informed patient management.
The Life Scope G-series patient monitors provide more innovative technologies and seamless patient transport with Life Scope PT 5,7” transport monitor. It contributes to efficient operation throughout your hospital. Increasing efficiency gives you more time for your patients.
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Life Scope G7 secures complete modular flexibility with MULTI connectors and the smart cable system at a significantly reduced cost and without the inconvenience associated with traditional modular systems. Review data without hiding the current vital signs: G-Scope allows all important trends and lists such as ST review, OCRG, aEEG, Vital List, etc. to be directly available on the main screen without hiding current waveforms.
The flexible configuration of the Life Scope G7 would meet a variety of hospital needs.
- Up to three independent screens can be configured
- Human Machine Interface
- Make invisible patient information visible
- And support a more accurate diagnosis.
Life Scope G7 can be interfaced with various devices and the data, including data from external devices, can be sent to an integrated hospital system.
CerebAir cEEG Headset: A combination of a wireless cEEG headband and innovative gel-type EEG electrode enables you to prepare the patient for EEG monitoring within 5 minutes, a process which usually takes more than 30 minutes. DSA (Density Spectral Array) and aEEG (amplitude-integrated EEG) enable easier and faster seizure detection and effective long-term EEG monitoring.
Identify invisible ischemia: synECi18 provides the additional information for the right ventricular and posterior wall from standard 12-lead ECG without any additional procedure.
Ensuring quality of care during sedation: cap-ONE, the ultra-compact and highly durable sensor will change your image of mainstream CO2 sensors being easy to break. cap-ONE provides accurate and stable CO2 monitoring for both intubated and non-intubated patients.
Patient information anywhere anytime
Life Scope G7 can send the patient vital sign data including the data from external device to hospital information system directly or through a gateway using the HL7 protocol. This helps you review the trend of patient condition or perform statistical analysis of pathology.
Smart data transport:
Using a Life Scope PT as an input box enables superior transportability. To transport the patient, just slide out the Life Scope PT. The patient information, including trend and waveforms, will be transferred to the destination monitor and central monitor to create one seamless patient record.
The ViTrac viewer software allows clinicians to access monitoring information on multiple patients anywhere anytime on their mobile devices.
The integrated data will be analyzed to select the optimal treatment for each patient and enable early preventive measures.
Redefining quality of care with non-invasive hemodynamic monitoring
Optimizing fluid administration during and post-operation can lead to benefits such as shorter lengths of stay and lower complications. The hemodynamics graph provides a more intuitive approach to diagnostic and therapeutic decision-making in hemodynamic management.
Improving patient safety in hemodynamic management
esCCO (estimated continuous cardiac output) is a new technology to determine cardiac output using Pulse Wave Transit Time (PWTT), obtained from the familiar vital sign parameters, ECG and SpO2. esCCO is a very economical solution because it has no additional running costs or accessories.