Basic check at the emergency site
In MEDUCORE Standard²’s monitor mode, users retain a continuous overview of relevant vital signs while on-site. The mode incorporates variable display of the 6-lead ECG with I, II, III, aVR, aVL and aVF leads. The heart rate, pulse rate, oxygen saturation and blood pressure are also indicated.
For advanced emergency diagnostics, the 12-lead ECG can be e-mailed to a clinician, for example, who can assist responders in making a diagnosis and selecting the admitting hospital.
Monitoring during transport
MEDUCORE Standard² enables continuous monitoring of vital signs in the Monitor mode’s parameter view. Users can switch between curve and parameter view with just one press of a button.
Thanks to the comprehensive alarm system featuring warning tones, LED lights and adjustable alarm limits, any changes to the patient’s physiological data, as well as a low battery state on the monitoring unit, are detected promptly, ensuring maximum safety for both patients and users.
Digital patient handover
MEDUCORE Standard² facilitates notification of the admitting hospital including the pre-admission procedure. The 12-lead ECG can be quickly and easily e-mailed to the hospital prior to the patient’s arrival. There is no need for EMS field providers to enter their contact details manually: An address book can be set up on the device, and contacts for refer-backs automatically included with the e-mail.
The replay view means recorded measurements and ECG curves can be retraced later. This may be necessary if the emergency physician is delayed, though it can also be useful when the EMS field providers are handing over the patient to the hospital.
Vital signs at a glance with MEDUCORE Standard² and MEDUMAT Standard²
MEDUMAT Standard² is an emergency service and transport ventilator, but is equally suitable as a monitor for specific measurement values, even when no ventilation is being performed.
With MEDUCORE Standard² and MEDUMAT Standard² from WEINMANN Emergency, EMS field providers and medical staff retain a continuous overview of relevant vital signs both at the emergency site and during further treatment in the hospital:
- ECG (6-lead and 12-lead ECG)
- Heart rate, pulse
- Oxygen saturation (SpO₂)
- Automatic NIBP measurement for blood pressure monitoring
- Monitoring of respiratory rate and etCO₂ (including without ventilation during oxygen therapy)
- Breath volume and minute volume (only for invasive or non-invasive ventilation)