Basic Knowledge Of The Patient Monitor

- Jun 21, 2018-

1, according to structure classification

Patient monitoring instruments can be divided into the following three categories according to the structure: portable Patient monitors, general Patient monitors, telemetry Patient monitors.

(1) Portable Patient monitor. The portable device is relatively portable, simple in structure, stable in performance, can be carried around, can be powered by a battery, and can be used for about 2 hours. It is generally used for Patient monitoring of non-custodial rooms and rescue patients.

(2) General Patient monitor. The general Patient monitor usually refers to the bedside Patient monitor. This model is more common and can be widely used in hospital intensive care units and coronary care units. It often forms a system with the central Patient monitor for Patient monitoring.

(3) Telemetry Patient monitor. Telemetry is suitable for patients who can walk and is wireless.

2, according to functional classification

There are three types of bedside Patient monitor, central Patient monitor and Patient monitor for discharge according to functional classification.

(1) Bedside Patient monitor. It is an instrument that is connected to the patient at the bedside. It can continuously detect various physiological parameters or certain conditions of the patient and display alarms or records. It can also be integrated with the central Patient monitor. jobs.

(2) Central Patient monitor. It can also be called a central Patient monitoring system. It is composed of a main Patient monitor and a number of bedside Patient monitors. The main Patient monitor can control the work of the bedside Patient monitors and Patient monitor the conditions of multiple Patient monitored objects simultaneously. An important task is to complete the automatic recording of various abnormal physiological parameters.

(3) Outpatient Patient monitor. It is generally a small electronic Patient monitor that a patient can carry around. He can continuously Patient monitor certain physiological parameters of the patient inside and outside the hospital for doctors to perform non-real-time inspections.