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Noninvasive Blood Pressure Amp with Hemodynamics

Setting the New Standard in Blood Pressure Monitoring

Noninvasive beat-to-beat measurements and hemodynamic parameters

Proven solution for consistent, repeatable results

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Noninvasive BP Amp with Hemodynamics
Part #: NIBP100E-HD

Continuous…Easy to use…Reproducible & Validated

The NIBP100E-HD noninvasive blood pressure system provides a continuous, beat-to-beat, blood pressure signal recorded from the fingers of a subject. Simple and noninvasive—finger sensor provides accurate & immediate feedback: arterial BP, cardiac output, fluid and hemodynamic status.

  • Measure noninvasive BP parameters (BP, sBP, dBP, mBP, and PR) plus hemodynamic parameters (CO, CI, SV,SI, SVR, and SVRI)
  • Analog output options
  • Comfortable & user-friendly
  • Simple setup & quick calibration
  • Integrates with MP160 or MP150 Research System
  • Fully-integrated with AcqKnowledge software to display the blood pressure signal, plus systolic, diastolic, mean blood pressure, heart rate, and a detailed beat‐to‐beat analysis of the blood pressure signal.

The NIBP100E amplifier with CNAP™ technology is controlled by AcqKnowledge software (v5.0.7) Research Software and connects to MP160 or MP150 data acquisition module. The NIBP100E-HD is noninvasive blood pressure system is part of a complete research system, allowing advanced research for multiple applications. (For continuous noninvasive blood pressure without hemodynamic parameters, see NIBP100E.)

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Validated and Proven

Continuity, accuracy & waveform dynamics are equivalent to intraarterial measurement. Proven solution for consistent, repeatable results.

Easy Data Transfer and Analysis

Immediate feedback on BP shortly after startup. Plug & play integration into all common data acquisition systems and subject monitors.

Record Hemodynamic Parameters

Record PPV, SVV, CO, CI, SV, SI, SVR, and SVRI.

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NIBP100E-HD Components

NIBP100E module with AC150 power supply
NIBP100E-HD License for Hemodynamic Measures (USB Flash Drive: KEY22)
Double-finger cuffs: small, medium, and large (RXNIBPEFINGER-S, -M, -L)
Arm cuffs: small, medium. large, extra-large (RXNIBPDCUF12-19, 17-25, 23-33, 31-40)
CNAP Controller with Holder (RXNIBPECONTROL+M651)
NBP Cuff Hose Extension (M649)
TFC Forearm Controller Strap (M650)
TFC Cable (M652)
USB Cable (CBLUSB)

Continuous NIBP in AcqKnowledgeParameter classification: Sys, Dia, Mean [mmHg] | Pulse [bpm]

Inflation pressure: Typical 120 mmHg (16 kPa) | Min. 30 mmHg (4 kPa) | Max. 300 ±10 mmHg (41.3 kPa ±1.3 kPa)

Measuring range: Systolic 40 – 250 mmHg (5.3 – 33.3 kPa) | Diastolic 30 – 210 mmHg (4 – 28 kPa) | Mean 35 – 230 mmHg (4 – 30.6 kPa)

Heart rate indication range: 30-200 bpm

Excess pressure limit: 300 ±10 mmHg (40 kPa ±1.3 kPa)| Response time: < 3 sec. | Deflation time: < 15 sec | Protection against electric shock:

Type BF Display resolution: 1 mmHg (0.1 kPa)

Measuring ranges

CO: 0,0 – 99,9 l/min
SV: 0 – 500 ml
SVR: 0 – 9999 dyne*s/cm5
PPV: 0-40%
CI: 0,0 – 99,9 l/min/m2
SVI: 0 – 500 ml/m2
SVRI: 0 – 9999 dyne*s/cm5/m2
SVV: 0-40%

NIBP100D Subject Cuff SetupSet-up: Simple and Quick

  • One finger sensor provides all parameters noninvasively–no placing of catheter or additional electrodes
  • Comfortable for subjects in short or long‐term studies

The NIBP100E-HD system is very user friendly and the initial setup and calibration period takes less than three minutes—that time includes placing the cuff around the upper arm and the sensor on the fingers. Placing the finger sensor is as simple as sliding the subject’s fingers through the two cuffs. See the Set Up Guide under the Support tab for more information.

Recording: Immediate Feedback

  • Real‐time, continuous, noninvasive blood pressure displayed only shortly after startup
  • Enables accurate & immediate feedback on BP, PR
  • Proven solution for consistent, repeatable results

Interface: Easy Data Transfer and Analysis with NIBP100E-HD

Interface with BIOPAC’s MP160 and MP150 data acquisition systems running AcqKnowledge 5.0.7 or greater.

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