Masimo to Showcase Root(R) Solutions for the OR and ICU at the International Anesthesia Research Society's 2015 Annual Meeting and International Science Symposium
Root innovations include:
- MOC-9™ - Flexible measurement expansion through Masimo Open Connect™ (MOC-9™) with MOC-9 modules from
Masimoor third-party measurement by other companies to expand the platform's measurements and capabilities. New MOC-9 modules in the U.S. will require new 510(k) clearances
- Capnography - ISA™ CO2 sidestream module featuring fast warm up time and the innovative and cost-effective Nomoline™ sampling line
- Iris™ - Built-in connectivity gateway through Iris™ for standalone devices such as IV pumps, ventilators, hospital beds, and other patient monitors to the EMR
- Wireless functionality - Capable of transmitting information through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
- Raidus-7™ - The first and only wearable, wireless monitor with
Masimo'sbreakthrough rainbow® SET® technology, offering patients continuous monitoring with freedom of movement. Studies have shown that patient mobility is a key factor in more rapid patient recovery.1 Radius-7 allows clinicians to continuously monitor their patients when they are mobile.
Root also offers
"The Elderly Brain and the Pediatric Brain During General Anesthesia and Emergence: From Neurobiology to Electroencephalography" non-CME symposium is
Emery Brown, M.D., PhD, professor of anesthesia at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School;
Patrick L. Purdon, PhD, assistant professor of anesthesia, Harvard Medical School; and Michael Avidan, MBBCh, professor of anesthesiology and cardiothoracic surgery, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Mo.
Team Masimo Japan also will host an evening event at
Makoto Ozaki, professor and chairman of the Department of Anesthesiologyat Tokyo Women's Medical University, will deliver the opening remarks;
Emery Brown, M.D., PhD of Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, will lead a special session, "A New Look at Using the EEG to Monitor the Brain States in the Anesthetized Patient"; Maiko Hasegawa, senior assistant professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicineat Kagoshima University Medical and Dental Hospital, will offer a clinical report on Root and SedLine.
1 Needham D, Korupolu R, Zanni J, Pradhan P, Colantuoni E, Palmer J, Brower R, Fan E. "Early Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for Patients With Acute Respiratory Failure: A Quality Improvement Project." Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Vol 91, Issue 4, PP 536-542,
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