E1® Ear Sensor

A Single-Patient-Use Sensor Designed for the Ear Concha

As a single-patient-use ear sensor that is placed securely in the cavum conchae (the deep hollow near the ear canal opening), the E1 allows clinicians to combine Masimo SET® performance with an alternative monitoring site.

 

LNCS® E1 Sensor

 
LNCS E1 Sensor

M-LNCS® E1 Sensor

 
M-LNCS E1 Sensor
 
  • > Faster detection of desaturation / resaturation compared to digit sensors during low perfusion1
  • > Alternate monitoring site with easy access during surgery, resuscitation, in patients with finger deformities, or when digit access is not possible
  • > Provides alternative to digit sensor when forehead site is unavailable
  • > Stays in place more securely than traditional clip-style sensors on ear lobe
  • > Sensor location offers better perfusion than ear lobe for improved signal quality
 

Newborn Sensors

  • > Newborn Sensors automatically configure Masimo SET® and rainbow SET devices for the fastest averaging time and maximum sensitivity settings, allowing clinicians to focus on patient care
  • > Specifically designed to provide immediate support for emergent resuscitation interventions in neonatal, infant, and pediatric patients when time is critical
  • > VelAid SofTouch design allows for quick, easy sensor application to and repositioning on newborn skin
  • > Hook and loop attachment strip keeps the sensor secure, even when site is wet
 

LNCS® Sensors

 
LNCS Newborn Neonatal sensor

Neonatal
< 3 kg

LNCS Newborn Infant/Pediatric sensor

Infant/Pediatric
3 kg - 30 kg

 

M-LNCS Sensors

 
M-LNCS Newborn Neonatal sensor

Neonatal
< 3 kg

M-LNCS Newborn Infant/Pediatric sensor

Infant/Pediatric
3 kg - 30 kg

 

Trauma Sensor

  • > Trauma Sensors automatically configure Masimo SET® and rainbow SET devices for the fastest averaging time and maximum sensitivity settings, allowing clinicians to focus on patient care
  • > Specifically designed to provide immediate support for emergent resuscitation interventions when time is critical
  • > VelAid SofTouch design allows for quick, easy sensor application and repositioning
  • > Hook and loop attachment strip keeps the sensor secure, even when site is wet
 

Adult Sensor

LNCS Trauma Adult sensor

LNCS® Trauma
> 30 kg

M-LNCS Trauma Adult sensor

M-LNCS Trauma
> 30 kg

 
 

Masimo Blue® Sensors

A breakthrough sensor specifically designed for cyanotic infants and children with congenital heart disease

  • > Specifically for cyanotic neonates, infants and children with congenital heart disease (CHD), the sensor is designed exclusively to maximize accuracy in this vulnerable patient population
  • > Proven accurate on cyanotic patients with oxygen saturations as low as 60%2
  • > Maximum SpO2 accuracy and reliability allows better management of cardiac medications and ventilation therapy2

Obtaining accurate and reliable SpO2 measurements on pediatric patients with congenital heart disease has frequently been impossible. This has affected clinicians’ ability to rely on continuous SpO2 measurements to provide care for these patients.

After extensive research and development, Masimo introduced the Blue sensor, the first pulse oximetry sensor designed specifically for cyanotic neonates, infants, and children. The Masimo Blue sensor is proven accurate to saturations as low as 60%.

The Masimo Blue sensor provides, continuous pulse oximetry that clinicians need to better manage cardiac medications and ventilation therapy of these critical patients.

 
M-LNCS Blue sensor

M-LNCS Blue
2.5 kg - 30 kg

LNOP Blue Sensor

Blue
2.5 kg - 30 kg

 

References

  • 1 Tokuda K et al. Anesthesiology. 2007;107:A1544.
  • 2 Whitney GM, et al. Anesthesiology. 2005; 103:A1344

Resources

Masimo Newborn Sensors brochure Data Sheet:
Newborn Sensors
Masimo Trauma Sensor brochure Data Sheet:
Trauma Sensor
Masimo Trauma Sensor brochure Data Sheet:
Blue Sensor

Caution: Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. See instructions for use for full prescribing information, including indications, contraindications, warnings, and precautions.

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