Intelligent Display for Next Generation Data Aggregation and Alarm Visualisation
The UniView system is an integrated display of real-time data and alarms that others its information from a number of Masimo and third-party devices. It helps clinicians in operating rooms, intensive care units and other areas have a central location where they can access data from a variety of medical devices that are in use.
UniView is able to retrieve information from different sources like patient monitors, ventilators, anesthesia gas machines and IV pumps to display that information to one or more large, central monitors for clinicians to view. Real-time patient status and historical trends, as well as visual alarm indicators, are transmitted from connected devices to help clinicians notice patient distress.
Tailored Screen Layouts
View trend data for noninvasive haemoglobin (SpHb®), pleth variability index (PVi®), and pulse rate (PR) to aid in visualising a patient’s status over time
High-definition image for nerve, Adaptable layout automatically reconfigures based on connected devices to optimise the view of parameter data, including waveforms and alarms, for an overview of patient status
Based on voice recognition technology, iVocal allows you to remotely control the system with an extensive set of simple voice commands via a wireless microphone.
View ventilator waveforms alongside noninvasive trended haemoglobin (SpHb) and oxygen saturation (SpO2) to monitor a patient’s oxygenation status
View high-fidelity EEG waveforms, patient state index (PSi), and anaesthesia machine data to monitor a patient’s depth of anaesthesia
UniView aggregates data and alarms from multiple Masimo and third-party devices — such as patient monitors, ventilators, anaesthesia machines, IV pumps and others connected through Masimo systems — on a supplemental display
Integrated real-time data visualisation reduces cognitive overload and promotes data sharing among multiple clinicians, enabling them to spot trends and coordinate care
Visual alarm indicators, relayed from connected devices, help care teams recognise patient distress and target areas for clinical focus
Tailored use-case-specific screen layouts optimise the presentation of advanced and integrated parameters, trend data, and waveforms in critical care areas
Adaptable layout automatically reconfigures based on connected devices