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Mindray Passport V Patient Monitor Masimo 01.07 Certified


$2,540.00 USD
Description :

Offering a comprehensive range of options, Mindray Passport V is well-suited for a variety of hospital departments. The Passport V comes configured as you like - with just the level of monitoring you need to best care for your patients. With the ability to display up to eight waveforms, Passport V can perform physiological measurements on even your more challenging patients.

Single-touch quick action keys and the navigator knob can be used to swiftly move the cursor within and between menus. Expansion of monitored parameters is automatic, as you add or remove patient cables the display will adjust accordingly.

Preparing a patient for transport can be time-consuming and complicated. The Passport V quick-release mount makes this move easier. With a one-touch mechanism, the monitor is instantly disengaged from the wall mount or rolling stand and ready for transport, patient cables, and all.

Model: 6100F-PA00219 
Version 01.07.00

96 hours of graphic and list trends 
12.1-inch color LCD Screen 
3 to 8 waveforms with automatic configuration
Masimo SET, DPM SpO2,

Mindray Passport 2 monitor
ECG cable and leads
SpO2 sensor 
NiBP cuff and hose (Cuff May Be Different from Original Picture)
Power Cord 

Display type: Color anti-glare TFT display
Size: 12.1 inches (246 x 184.4mm)
Resolution: SVGA 800 x 600 pixels
• Waveforms: 3 to 8 

Mindray Passport V Patient Monitor has been recently removed from service is in excellent condition and will arrive biomedically certified to manufacturers specification ready for use with the cables and accessories listed below.

This item is used and in very good condition. This item does show signs of cosmetic wear and a few small cracks but does not affect the unit. This item has been BIO MED certified. 

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