INVOS™ Regional Saturation Solution from Covidien

Pioneering and leading cerebral and somatic (of the body) oximetry

In order to protect the brain and vital organ areas from hypoxia, the INVOS™ regional saturation system measures changes in oxygen saturation levels beneath the sensor, allowing doctors and nurses to measure site-specific oxygen saturation levels.

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INVOS™ Regional Saturation Featured Products

INVOS™ 5100C Regional Saturation Monitor

Monitors regional oxygen saturation (rSO2), helping clinical teams detect and correct blood oxygen changes that can lead to complications and poor outcomes.

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INVOS™ Vital Sync Monitoring System

Integrates data from bedside devices into a single time-synched display for enhanced bedside patient assessment and decision-making, or for research data aggregation.

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INVOS™ Adult Sensors

Measure oxy and deoxy hemoglobin saturation in venous and arterial blood, providing an earlier warning of developing pathology and deteriorating patient condition than systemic measures or laboratory tests.1-4

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  2. Gottlieb EA, Fraser CD Jr, Andropoulous DB, Diaz LK. Bilateral monitoring of cerebral oxygen saturation results in recognition of aortic cannula malposition during pediatric congenital heart surgery. Paediatr Anaesth. 2006;16(7):787-789.

  3. Blas M, Lobato EB, Martin T. Noninvasive infrared spectroscopy as a monitor of retrograde cerebral perfusion during deep hypothermia. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 1999;13(2):244-245.

  4. Tobias JD. Cerebral oximetry monitoring with near infrared spectroscopy detects alterations in oxygenation before pulse oximetry. J Intensive Care Med. 2008;23(6):384-388.