GE - Patient Monitor - B125
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- Rest of World price is:
- From $2,800 to $3,850 without ETCO2 option
- From $5,355 to $6,895 with ETCO2 option; depending on configuration and region.
- Initial Delivery Time - 3-8 weeks
- Pricing Incoterm - CIP
Remote user training (e.g. web conferencing) included in price for each piece of equipment.
Two options available: (1) PM Only Preventative Maintenance, where GE covers the servicing, but any parts required are to be paid for by client, this is a lower cost model, but the customer takes the risk of parts cost. (2) Fully inclusive, higher cost, but client is fully covered for service and all parts required.
Service approach includes: (1) Initial Remote Connection, where the client calls a call center in region in local language. GE will remotely diagnose and talk the client through potential fixes, or where a sufficiently available Broadband connection is available, will connect direct to the machine to effect an on-line repair; (2) Field Engineer Visit, where after the above process a site visit is required; (3) Depot Return, where the unit is small and portable (e.g., ECG unit), client returns it to the GE service center for repair and return
Printed user and service manuals will be provided with each piece of equipment.
There is a 30% Advance Payment and 70% payment on shipping. Payments are to be made by Bank Direct Payment
Physiologic monitoring systems perform continuous monitoring and are valuable tools that provide information to the medical and nursing staff about the physiologic condition of their patients. Using this information, the clinical staff can better evaluate a patient’s condition and make appropriate treatment decisions.
These systems are often used in mid- to high-acuity settings such as medical/surgical units A&E department, and intensive care units. They are capable of continuously monitoring multiple parameters at once including ECG, respiratory rate, noninvasive blood pressure, invasive blood pressure, pulse oximetry, body temperature and end tidal carbon dioxide. These parameters can be displayed on the monitor as numeric parameters and/or waveforms to provide clinicians real time information regarding the patient’s health.
These monitors will also alarm when a patient’s physiologic parameters fall outside of normal thresholds alerting healthcare staff of the patient’s deteriorating condition. Physiologic monitors can be configured, modular, or both. Configured monitors have all their capabilities already built in.
Modular systems feature individual modules for each monitoring parameter or group of parameters; these modules can be used in any combination with each bedside monitor or be interchanged from monitor to monitor.