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Nonin Medical Introduces Latest Generation of Veterinary Handheld Pulse Oximeter for Global Distribution

Fri, 06/04/2010 - 7:39am
Bio-Medicine.Org

MINNEAPOLIS, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Nonin Medical, Inc., a leading innovator of noninvasive physiological monitoring solutions, announced the release of the 2500A VET handheld pulse oximeter to the U.S. and international markets. Long a leader in noninvasive veterinary vital sign monitoring, Nonin's devices are engineered specifically for veterinary use and serve as the industry benchmark for durability and performance—gaining the confidence of veterinary professionals worldwide.

Replacing Nonin's Model 8500AV handheld monitor, the cost-effective 2500A VET boasts an industry-leading pulse rate range of 18 - 450 beats per minute (BPM) and is ideal for surgical, dental and research applications. Highly durable, and compatible with Nonin's complete line of veterinary sensors, the 2500A VET is versatile for use with animals of all sizes. A low-power device, the 2500A VET is highly efficient and achieves an unparalleled 60 hours of battery life from four AA batteries.

Backed by an industry's best 3-year warranty, Nonin's innovative and economically-priced veterinary solutions have been manufactured and supported in the USA for over 15 years. The combination of Nonin's proven technology, vet-specific software and custom sensors account for its trusted accuracy and enhanced sensitivity to low perfusion signals—even in challenging situations such as monitoring through a feline tongue. In addition to handheld devices, Nonin offers a wide variety of vet-specific tabletop devices for both pulse oximetry and capnography monitoring. Coupled with an array of sensor design options such as lingual clip, soft flex wrap and transflectance, Nonin's veterinary solutions are truly versatile enough for use with all animals and placement sites.

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