Complete NMT Monitoring with Customizing Cost of Care
Save on your capital expenditure in the OR, PACU and ICU.
The only neuromuscular monitoring system available with both AMG and EMG enabling cost control at the point-of-care based on need and specific setting, allowing affordable standardisation across the entire hospital.
Designed For Rapid Patient Setup And Immediate Clinical Use
Choose either AMG or EMG modality at point-of-care for quick patient setup, providing 1st results in under a minute.
Full location versatility offers portable in-hand for bedside in the PACU or ICU and mountable options for complete OR intra-operative use.
The Most Cost-Effective TOF Monitoring System Available
The reusable AMG sensor is the most economical TOF monitor technology available.
Combining AMG with the single-use EMG electrode allows for an optimized Cost of Care model, enabling monitoring of all drug usage to ensure optimal use, thus saving on both paralytic and recovery agents.
AMG or EMG in one powerful system
AMG offers the most cost-effective option to implement with a reusable sensor and versatile patient setup options enabling neuromuscular transmission monitoring of the hand, toe or face.
EMG is ideally suited for neuromuscular monitoring of surgeries where tucked hands and arms are required, with optimised performance through a patented, skin-like electrode.
100% of Hospital Settings, Provider Preferences, Surgery Types
Simple to use, versatile for providers, and the most cost-effective way for standardizing neuromuscular monitoring across the hospital.
Use the cost-effective re-usable AMG technology for Train of Four monitoring during open arm surgery setups
TOF monitoring of all robotic, laparoscopic and other tucked arm surgery setups reliably with the EMG modality
Choose your prefered Train of Four monitoring method at the point of care in post anesthesia settings
The patented ripple design allows the electrode to fit on either the left or right hand and accommodate any hand size.
The soft, dermatoid material allows for maximum adhesion during long surgeries with multiple patient movements for uninterrupted NMBA monitoring.
A neuromuscular monitor that excels in the ICU
An intuitive and simple to use TOF monitoring system, specifically customizable for ICU clinician focus and use.
With electrode placement verification, limited staff training is required to achieve rapid setup and use at the ICU bedside. Using off-the-shelf electrodes provides unbeatable cost to value ratio for the ICU.
The perfect partner for robotic surgery
The EMG functionality allows for neuromuscular monitoring during any patient position.
Overcome intra-operative patient inaccessibility concerns with the specialised electrode designed for long-lasting adhesion to the patient and continuous closed-circuit confirmation.
The NMT Monitoring Difference: An Emphasis on Patient Safety
Research-based evidence for neuromuscular monitoring shows the impact on patient safety and hospital budgets.
Critical Respiratory Events was higher by
in patients who had a TOFR less than 0.7
It has been estimated that approximately
of the patients brought to the PACU have residual neuromuscular blockade
It has been estimated that approximately
of patients in the PACU with residual block will experience a Critical Respiratory Event
The cost of treatment for patients with respiratory complications was
compared to $5000 without complications
The mean length of stay in the PACU for patients with residual neuromuscular block was
longer than patients without PORC
Full case monitoring that performs setup verification for effortless depth of block monitoring. Auto adjusts stimulation intervals based on patients’ depth of block.
Train-of-four (TOF), Post Tetanic Count (PTC), Full case monitoring (Auto), SupraMaximal Current (SMC), Double Burst (DB), Twitch (TWI) and Tetanus (TET)
Auto-detects both AMG and EMG sensor technology.
Nerve Mapping and Locating
Combined mapping and location functionality to perform peripheral nerve blocks.
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