Compact and lightweight
An action to go
To transport the patient, simply remove the PT Life Scope monitor from the cradle with one action. Life Scope PT is easy to carry and you can hang it on a bed rail without the need for a bed rail adapter.
Long battery operation
* 5-hour battery operation allows you to carry patients even in a remote facility.
*: Depends on the circumstances
Wireless Data Transfer
You can attach a transmitter to Life Scope PT to send patient data and waveforms to a central monitor.
Life Scope PT meets the tough sustainability standards of MILSTD-810F 516.5 Procedure IV Choc Transit Drop and IP32.
Large, easy to see screen
The 5.7-inch touch screen clearly displays all settings.
All parameters include waveforms
Mode of transport
Great characters with two waveforms
Comprehensive review of data
Life Scope PT can also display complete examination data, including full disclosure that usually finds only in a central monitor. Life Scope PT records 24 hours of trend data and alarm history as well as 24 hours of 5 full disclosure waveforms during transport.
12-lead ECG analysis
Flexible parameters with MULTI connectors
3 MULTI connectors allow the monitoring of advanced parameters such as BIS, IBP, CO, SpO 2-2 and CO 2 in addition to the basic ECG / Resp, SpO 2, Dual Temperature and PNI parameters.
PT Life Range can be used as a stand-alone bedside monitor or as an input unit for a BSM-6000 bedside monitor.
After connecting the Life Scope PT Transport Monitor to another network bed monitor, the Life Scope PT data is automatically transferred to the bedside monitor and the central monitor. All patient information, including trends and waveforms, is automatically transferred to create a transparent patient record.
Nihon Kohden's network technology enables seamless monitoring of the various central monitors. You can see continuous past data, even from another central monitor on a different site.