First Aid

 First Aid

Vital Test

Pulse oximeter

Monitor MD

Multi parameter capabilities to meet vital function monitoring requirements

Air-Ox

Resuscitation set

E-Point

Mobile first aid centre

Speedy 2

Without cylinder

Pulse oximeter

Vital Test



Vital test: Pulse oximetry Vital Test is a professional pulse oximeter for use in dentistry. Simple, with many features, it can be supplied with a special support for fixing on unit, wall or stand. This option allows continuous control of the instrument, making it convenient for constant use.   Patient identification Children/adults reading selection Min./max. SpO2 and Pr alarms On request, an interface programme for connection to a computer is available with Vital Test, to record and print all related parameters measured. 1 ON-OFF button 2 Mute alarm 3 Backlight button 4 Up/down arrow button 5 Menu Technical Features:   

Multi parameter capabilities to meet vital function monitoring requirements

Monitor MD



Multi-parameter monitor: DIAGNOSTICS Multi-parameter monitor The MD monitor by Tecno-Gaz is a professional tool with many operational options and memory, fitted with accessories and circuits. The monitor has a dual function: diagnosis and monitoring. Allows for the individual or simultaneous detection of various vital parameters. * 5 channel, 2 track ECG * Systolic/diastolic/average blood pressure * Heartbeat * Pulse oximeter * Breathing control * Twin probe temperature 5 parameters Functions * Multi-parameter monitor with number and track display. * Operates on battery and mains supply * Complete with built-in printer * Network connection for remote management * Parameter adjustment and setting * 10" monitor   1 Battery and power status LED indicator 2 On/off button 3 LED alarm 4 Waveform recalls 5 Freeze 6 STOP alarm 7 Printing 8 Pressure/inflation measurement 9 Main menu 10 Menu navigation Technical Features:    .

Resuscitation set

Air-Ox



Air-Ox Resuscitator without oxygen tank A versatile, practical product, studied for use in the outpatient context. Oxygen Oxygen therapy is the first intervention in the event of respiratory distress. The emergency situation is put under control and vital signs are restored. Oxygen is fundamental for the cell survival and must be administered in situations of concentration decrease due to respiratory failure. The importance of this device requires the presence of adequate capacity tanks to meet intervention requirements.  

Mobile first aid centre

E-Point



E Point: E-Point Mobile first aid centre E-Point is the ultimate solution to organise everything necessary for emergency management, permitting rapid movement between clinical and non-clinical environments and ensuring rapid intervention. E-Point can host: * Resuscitation set * Defibrillator * Multi-parameter monitor * Pulse oximeter The space of the cabinet accommodate all the devices and aids, such as: * Oxygen set * First aid set * Multi-parameter monitor * Defibrillator and everything necessary in an emergency Technical Features:   

Without cylinder

Speedy 2



SPEEDY 2 Resuscitation set supplied in a practical, shockproof, polypropylene case without cylinder, complete with: Resuscitator balloon Oro-nasal mask Mouth opener Tongue puller 3 Guedel airways Oxygen tube.  

Defibrillator

Tecnoheart Plus



TECNOHEART PLUS: Ready for immediate use AED automatic defibrillators are the ultimate in practical use. These models perform all operations automatically, informing the rescuer of the functions carried out. The electric stimuli are activated automatically, after a verbal warning. All activities are automatic, so avoiding delays and hesitation. Strategic location of the device The defibrillators must be positioned for immediate visibility, as accessibility is the first step towards prompt, effective intervention. Universal defibrillator Adult/Child selector without the need to change plates. . FEATURES - Defibrillator designed to operate in compliance with the 2010 version of the guidelines laid down by the AHA/ERC regarding Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC). - Voice-guided intervention procedures: a voice guides the operator during the whole intervention.

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