IRIS is a full featured patient monitor which offers excellent performance for ambulance, hospital and clinic use. It may be configured with NIBP, SpO2, Tympanic Temperature, and/or 5-Lead ECG. CO2 configurations are coming soon.
The basic NIBP/SpO2 model is an ultra-accurate unit with a bright display with big numbers and crisp waveforms. It is very similar to the Datascope AccuTor Plus or GE DynaMap but priced at 1/3 to 1/2 the price. The feature set is very robust and includes: dedicated stat keys to take a BP, freeze the screen, print, silence alarms or toggle the display. There is also a rich menu structure that can be accessed using a push and rotate knob, similar to the menu structure on monitors costing $10K+. The user may modify the frequency of NIBP measurements, select NIBP table versus waveform display, adjust volume, set alarms etc. A printer is an option for $250 and allows for a permanent record.
Note that this unit is very rugged and is designed to survive drops of 5-feet. The screen is reinforced to prevent puncture and damage.
If configured with ECG, Iris can display one ECG lead waveform and ST level numeric as well as an NIBP table at the same time. Optional printer can print ECG rhythm strips.
There are a host of mounting options which include a bed-rail, pole and wall mount ? as well as a rolling stand option. Other options include a 10-hour lithium ion battery as well as SD card and software for PC storage and review.