The MINIMAX 300 is designed with an optimal ability against electrosurgical interference. It offers a simple and adaptable interface. Patient information along with vital sign settings can be quickly modified to meet the needs of a patient’s changing condition. The Minimax 300 offers a high resolution 8″ color LCD touch screen for making quick screen adjustments, set default settings, alarm limits, and manage up to 72 hours of detailed patient data. It boasts a very short recovering time after defibrillation, especially suitable for use in an emergency or operating room.
From the patient room to high acuity surgeries, the MINIMAX 300 monitors are designed to fit in and move to any patient care areas easily. It offers standard measurements of non-invasive blood pressure, ECG, motion tolerant SpO2, Temperature, and Respiration rate. Endtidal CO2 can be added on-site by simply attaching our plug in modules.
The 8’’ color TFT LCD screen has adjustable brightness, a wide viewing range, 8 waveforms can be displayed on the same screen, and volume control. The streamlined outline design has a foldable handle, along with a multi-language interface selection: Chinese, English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Arabic, Russian, Italian, Turkish, etc.
It contains a unique thoracic impedance & nasal tube double model respiration method (when the patient can not lie quietly, only nasal tube respiration can detect the right respiration waveform and respiration rate). Advanced digital technology accurately measures SpO2 in low perfusion situation.
The user-friendly design offers a dialogue interface with pop-up menus, dialogue boxes, rotary mouse, low-power consumption with standby mode, rechargeable high-energy built-in battery, blood pressure measurements that are fast and accurate, and venipuncture function.
It has a drug calculation, ST-segment detection display format that includes OxyCRG diagram, 7-lead ECG waveform, and can store 5 kinds of user-defined display formats.
The sound and light integrated alarm parameters can be adjusted easily.
It uses a WAN communication function to network with a central monitoring system so it is efficiently used to make long-distance monitoring, diagnosing, and patient maintenance achievable, and a software upgrade is possible.