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Noninvasive Blood Pressure System for MRI

Continuous, Real-time, beat-to-beat pressure measurement in the MRI

Diastolic, Systolic, and Mean Arterial Pressure Values During Imaging

Wireless and noninvasive physiological monitoring

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Noninvasive Blood Pressure in MRI
Part #: NIBP-A-MRI

The NIBP-A-MRI CareTaker4 system measures relative central arterial pressure to provide continuous, noninvasive “Beat-by-Beat” Blood Pressure from at rest humans (≥ 15 kg) in the MRI; measures include Diastolic, Systolic, Mean Arterial Pressure.; heart rate (HR) data is available. The system uses the scientific method of Pulse Decomposition Analysis (“PDA”).

Key features

  • Continuous, noninvasive monitoring of “Beat-by-Beat” Blood Pressure (Diastolic, Systolic, Mean Arterial Pressure) and Heart Rate
  • Wireless transmission of blood pressure data from CareTaker blood pressure processing unit (via Bluetooth) to a PC—tablet included
  • Measurements captured using a single disposable finger cuff inflated to low pressure—can be worn for extended periods with no discomfort or loss of circulation in the finger
  • Designed for use with MRI recordings
    • easily export to AcqKnowledge research software for post-acquisition analysis
  • Compact device with on-board display
  • Automatic and manual calibration modes
  • Integrated PDF report generation and alarms

MRI Use: MR Conditional – Unit remains in control room and tubing passes through the waveguide to subject.

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Easily exports to AcqKnowledge

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CareTaker NIBP-A-MRI
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Part #: NIBP-A-MRI
Categories: MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging - Research
Subcategories: Amplifier Modules - Research

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Setup

NIBP Unit remains in control room and tubing passes through the waveguide to subject.

System Components

  • NIBP-A-MRI “CareTaker” Amplifier
  • Finger Cuff Transducers x 2
    • In general, Cuffs last ~100 hours of intermittent MRI use (max 3-5 days of continuous use)
    • additional or replacement sensors available as RXNIBP-A-SENSOR
  • Tubing 8 m
  • Tablet computer
  • Automatic Blood Pressure Calibration Unit
  • Export Utility
  • Bluetooth dongle
  • Power Supply

Calibration

The Caretaker device can be calibrated automatically using its self-calibration mode or manually with an included cuff. An export conversion utility is included to import calibrated pulse wave data to AcqKnowledge research software.

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