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  • Introduction of medical oxygen sensor, why does RGM need oxygen sensor?

    Oxygen sensors are used to measure and monitor oxygen concentration levels, the oxygen inhaled and exhaled by a patient connected to a ventilator or anesthesia machine. The oxygen sensor in a respiratory gas monitor (RGM) measures the oxygen concentration (or) oxygen partial pressure in the breat...
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  • Application of bedside EEG monitoring in adult ICU?

    Application of bedside EEG monitoring in adult ICU?

    EEG is one of the simplest methods to study brain activity, it is more sensitive to changes in brain structure and function, and it is easy to record at the bedside. In the past decade, continuous electroencephalography (CEEG) monitoring has become a powerful tool for evaluating brain dysfunctio...
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  • How to choose the right blood pressure monitor! There are several types of blood pressure moni

    How to choose the right blood pressure monitor! There are several types of blood pressure moni

    There are several types of blood pressure monitors currently on the market: Mercury sphygmomanometer, also known as mercury sphygmomanometer, is an accurate sphygmomanometer because the height of the mercury column is used as the standard for blood pressure. Most of the sphygmomanometers used in ...
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  • How an oximeter works!

    How an oximeter works!

    The working principle of the nail oximeter: by sequentially driving a red LED (660nm) and an infrared LED (910nm), the blue line indicates the induction curve of the receiving tube to the reduced hemoglobin when the hemoglobin does not carry oxygen molecules. It can be seen that the absorption o...
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  • How an oximeter works

    How an oximeter works

    The working principle of the nail oximeter: by sequentially driving a red LED (660nm) and an infrared LED (910nm), the blue line indicates the induction curve of the receiving tube to the reduced hemoglobin when the hemoglobin does not carry oxygen molecules. It can be seen that the absorption o...
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  • Differences between the three most common ultrasound probes

    Differences between the three most common ultrasound probes

    The three most common types of probes (also called ultrasonic transducers) are linear, convex, and phased array. The linear near-field resolution is good and can be used for blood vessel inspection. The convex surface is conducive to in-depth examination, which can be used for abdominal examinati...
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  • What does a blood oxygen sensor do?

    What does a blood oxygen sensor do?

    People breathe air every day, because the air contains oxygen, which is the basis for maintaining people’s lives. The reduced hemoglobin contained in people’s bodies combines with the oxygen ingested in the lungs to form oxygen and hemoglobin. Oxygen is dissolved in plasma to maintain...
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  • The role of EEG

    The role of EEG

    We know that when the precordial area is unwell, an electrocardiogram should be checked; when a part of the heart is unwell, a gastroscopy should be performed; When your head is uncomfortable, sometimes your doctor will do an EEG. So, why should an EEG be performed? What diseases can an EEG detec...
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  • What is the principle of electronic sphygmomanometer

    What is the principle of electronic sphygmomanometer

    Electronic sphygmomanometer is a medical device, is a kind of sphygmomanometer, is a medical device and household medical device The embodiment of intelligent equipment. Most electronic sphygmomanometers are ordinary sphygmomanometers with electronic analysis control When the terminals are connec...
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  • What is the principle of the probe

    What is the principle of the probe

    Test probes are small single-stranded DNA or RNA fragments (approximately 20 to 500 bp) used to detect complementary nucleic acid sequences. Double-stranded DNA is denatured by heating to become single-stranded, and then labeled with radioisotopes (usually phosphorus-32), fluorescent dyes, or enz...
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  • Patient Monitor Buyer’s Guide

    Patient Monitor Buyer’s Guide

    A patient monitor is a device or system that measures and controls a patient’s physiological parameters, compares them with known setpoints, and issues an alarm if they are exceeded. The management category is Class II medical devices. Fundamentals of Patient Monitors Various physiological ...
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  • How many wrong ways do you measure blood pressure?

    How many wrong ways do you measure blood pressure?

    Regular blood pressure measurement in hypertensive patients is very necessary, which is helpful for timely understanding of their blood pressure, evaluating drug efficacy, and rationally adjusting drug regimens. However, in actual measurement, many patients have some misunderstandings. Mistake 1:...
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