Kingst's end-tidal carbon dioxide (ETCO2) modules are widely used in the operating room, ICU and emergency department, and can be used to monitor whether the position of the endotracheal intubation is correct, whether the spontaneous breathing is restored, whether the parameter settings during mechanical ventilation are reasonable, and whether the cardiopulmonary resuscitation is effective, etc. Kingst's products have the characteristics of quick response, high accuracy, good quality and stable performance.
Judging the position of endotracheal intubation
On the patient'airway- quick response
There are neonatal, pediatric and adult adapters available
Can be used for both intubated and non-intubated patients
The sensor is not directly connected in the ventilation circuit
Sampling without intubation,non-invasive monitoring
|Interface and communication||RS-232/ Standard E-8-1,38.4 kBaud,10 ms data interval (KM) Or customized according to customer requirements|
|Co2 Measuring range||0-150mmHg|
|Accuracy||0~40mmHg, inaccuracy≤± 2mmHg；|
41~70mmHg, inaccuracy≤±5% of Reading；
70~100mmHg, inaccuracy≤± 8% of Reading；
101~150mmHg, inaccuracy≤±10% of Reading；
|Inaccuracy||The bigger value of ±1% or ±1t/min|
ETCO2 module is essential monitoring tools in healthcare settings. They rely on an end tidal co2 sensor as the main component that enables health professionals to measure the carbon dioxide concentration at the end of a patient's breath. ETCO2 module is designed to be accurate, reliable, and adaptable to a variety of clinical settings.
One of the notable features of ETCO2 module is the use of capnography technology that provides continuous monitoring of patients' end-tidal CO2 levels. The capnography module ensures high-quality measurements and helps to detect possible respiratory complications, including hypoventilation or hyperventilation. Capnography detector allows real-time waveform monitoring and data transfer to electronic health records (EHRs).
The ETCO2 sensor included in the modules is highly sensitive and can detect small changes in carbon dioxide levels. This sensitivity ensures accurate results, especially during critical medical procedures such as anesthesia and mechanical ventilation.
Some ETCO2 module come with a calibration feature that allows for periodic calibrations to correct any calibration errors on the installed ETCO2 sensor. Regular calibrations allow the sensor to remain sensitive and reliable during patient care.
ETCO2 monitoring is a non-invasive monitoring method that can reflect the state of pulmonary ventilation function and calculate the amount of carbon dioxide produced. In addition, it can also reflect the circulatory function. It has become a common clinical monitoring method. The ETCO2 Sensor is widely used in operating rooms, ICU and emergency departments. It can be used to monitor whether the position of the tracheal intubation is correct, whether the spontaneous breathing is restored, whether the parameter settings during mechanical ventilation are reasonable, and whether the cardiopulmonary resuscitation is effective, etc.
The high-precision infrared end-tidal CO2 module is designed based on the principle of infrared absorption spectroscopy to measure the CO2 concentration in exhaled air.
It is mainly based on that CO2 can absorb infrared rays with a wavelength of 4.26um, and the attenuation of infrared rays is proportional to the concentration of CO2.
Do not autoclave and do not immerse the sensor in liquid.