The Stimpod Difference

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Three areas where objective monitoring makes a difference

1. Patient safety management monitoring

The Stimpod Quantitative NMT Monitor is more than just a train of four device – it provides the ability for full case management of paralytics and recovery requirements. Research shows that ~65% of patients have residual neuromuscular blockade coming out of surgery. The simple to use Stimpod can help reduce the uncertainty of risk and quantify where the patient is in the paralytic state. Having the right quantitative NMT monitor can help ensure safe intubation and extubation and the overall reduction of risks associated with residual paralysis.

2. Your hospital budgets

Not only is the Stimpod objective NMT monitor the most economical option available to anesthesiologists – utilizing objective monitoring can help manage paralytic and recovery drug usages, assisting with more effective budget management.

3. OR and PACU time management

Utilizing Stimpod monitoring can make the economic difference when it comes to ensuring patients are efficiently and safely moved through the OR schedule and enter the PACU without residual neuromuscular block. OneTouch NMT™ from intubation to extubation is designed to empower hospitals to optimize patient management for both safety and cost-efficiency.

The power of full-case objective monitoring NMT Monitoring in the palm of your hand

OneTouch NMT™

OneTouch NMT™ monitoring from intubation through extubation.

AMG & EMG Capability

The first quantitative monitor to utilize either a reusable AMG sensor or a disposable EMG sensor for provider preference and optimal tucked arm use.

Manage Drug Dosage

Manage drug dosage more effectively, from paralytic to recovery agent, with the most economical system available.

Data Connectivity

Data connectivity through your anesthesia rack to your EMR.

Stimpod Neuromuscular Monitor with acceleromyographic sensor cable