Introducing the 3880 MRI Patient Monitoring System
Slim, lightweight, with enough battery life to go the distance, this 'point of care' monitor has been meticulously engineered to meet the needs of today’s complex MRI workflow. From bedside through transport, the 3880 non-magnetic vital signs monitor is mountable anywhere: wall, roll-stand, bed rail, or anesthesia cart and can quickly be detached for immediate mobility. IRadimed 3880 provides MRI safety and full functionality in a compact, non-magnetic package.
MRI Patient Monitor
The 3880 non-magnetic 'Point of Care' monitor is used to acquire, process, and display all vital sign measurements during patient inter-departmental transport as well as during the MRI exam.
Extended Range Remote
The non-magnetic wireless Remote Tablet has industry leading wireless technology that allows for remote monitoring that can go the distance inside the MRI control room.
Base Station Control
The Base Station is the control room communication hub that facilitates the printing and wireless communication through the MRI shielding between the Patient Monitor and the Tablet.
Wireless ECG & SpO2
IRadimed non-magnetic PODs feature extended battery life lasting greater than 12 hours. This simplifies operation without the need for managing external battery chargers and batteries.
Wireless Agents Module
The 3886 multigas module preserves patient mobility by residing on the anesthesia machine and wirelessly communicating gas information to the 3880 MRI monitor.
"Finally, an efficient way to transport our critical patients to the MRI"
The days of transferring a patient from traditional transport equipment to the MRI monitor & MRI IV pump in the hallway outside of the MRI suite is now a thing of the past. IRadimed non-magnetic devices are small, lightweight, and easy to use and designed to travel with the patient between the MRI suite and their care unit. These unique transport attributes increase MRI efficiency while decreasing the amount of time critically ill patients are away from their care unit.
Transferring the patient to the MRI monitor in the originating department such as an Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Department or Anesthesia induction room reduces the need for unnecessary equipment transfers providing the following benefits:
- Reduction in Time Critical Patients are ‘Off Unit’
- ‘Continuity of Care’ During Inter-Departmental Transports
- Efficient Use of the MRI Scanner and Increased Patient Throughput
- Expedited MRI Diagnosis
MRI Care Cycle
1: Pre MRI Set-Up
Connecting the non-magnetic MRI patient monitor and MRI IV pump to the patient within the ‘safety-net’ of their care unit maintains patient stability prior to their MRI appointment.
2: Transport to MRI
IRadimed's lightweight devices allow a single staff member to easily transport the patient to the MRI department without the need to transfer monitors again once they arrive.
3: MRI Exam
With their non-magnetic rating and small footprint, clinicians have the freedom to position the MRI monitor & IV pump where it best enhances patient care for the required procedure.
4: Return Transport
Using the 3880 MRI monitor for the entire care cycle helps streamline patient transitions and maintains patient care without a lapse in monitoring during equipment transfers.
5: Post MRI Exam
Whether it is the patient’s originating department or a recovery area, IRadimed products are with you and your patient every step of the way to ensure continuity of care.
Portable MRI Monitor Features
The IRadimed 3880 non-magnetic patient monitoring system combines a legacy of proven performance with the ultimate fusion of both form and function.
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