Masimo Root with Radical-7
Breakthrough Measurements with Instantly Adaptable Functionality
When connected to a Radical-7 Pulse CO-Oximeter®, Root provides continuous monitoring using industry-leading Masimo SET® Measure-through Motion and Low Perfusion™ pulse oximetry. In addition, the platform can be upgraded to provide Masimo rainbow SET™ technology, allowing clinicians to noninvasively monitor multiple additional physiologic parameters.
Instantly Interpretable, Customisable Display
View pertinent data at a glance in Analogue View with gauges that display alarming, caution, and normal ranges to indicate the current status of the measurement
Review up to 96 hours of parametric data in Trend View
Display Pulse CO-Oximetry measurements on a docked Radical-7, allowing data from MOC-9® modules to be more easily viewed on the main Root display
Proven in more than 100 independent and objective studies to provide the most accurate and reliable SpO2 readings during motion and low perfusion.
Upgradable Masimo Rainbow SET technology platform lets you add total hemoglobin and oxygen content through simple field-installed software upgrades.
Linked to improved care and reduced medical errors.
Enhanced probe-off detection with Rainbow sensors.
Color display allows immediate differentiation of critical measurements.
Clinically proven to be the highest sensitivity and specificity pulse oximeter in the world
Accurate on cyanotic patients
Signal IQ waveform for signal identification and quality indication during excessive motion and low signal to noise situations
FastSat tracks rapid changes in arterial O2 with high fidelity unlike any other pulse oximeter
Variable pitch provides tonal variance for every 1% change in saturation
SatShare interface allows transfer of SpO2 and pulse rate to existing multiparameter monitor and allows for the reading of SpCO and SpMet on adjacent Radical-7 monitor
Automatic screen rotation provides upright display for vertical or horizontal monitor positioning (not available on the RDS-2 model)
Remote alarming interface
Up to eighteen days of trending
Detachable portable hand-held for patient transport
Desat Index Alarm enables clinicians to detect an increasing quantity of smaller desaturations that may precede declining respiratory status
PI Delta Alarm™ alerts clinicians to specified changes in perfusion, often a reliable indicator of illness severity
Oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate (PR), and perfusion index (PI) measurements are standard; optional carboxyhemoglobin (SpCO®), methemoglobin (SpMet®), and Acoustic Respiration Rate (RRa®) are available.