Infinium Omni Express Vital signs monitor is designed for a fast paced work environment and offers an extremely simple and adaptable user interface. Patient information along with vital sign settings can be quickly modified to meet the needs of a patient’s changing condition. The Omni Express offers a high resolution 7 inch touch screen to optimize the speed of care. The user can therefore make quick screen adjustments, set default settings, alarm limits, and manage up to 72 hours of detailed data.
From the general floor to high acuity surgeries, the Infinium Omni
Express series portable monitors are designed to fit-in and move
amongst many patient care areas. The Omni Express offers
standard measurements of: non-invasive blood pressure, ECG
with arrhythmia detection, motion tolerant SpO2, Temperature,
and Respiration rate. End-tidal CO2 can added on-site by simply
attaching our plug in modules. This field upgradability can
allow the user to customize the monitor’s acuity level while the
patient’s condition changes. If desired, the user can move from
a basic vital signs monitor, to a continuous bed side monitor, to
an operating room monitor while keeping the patient on a single
monitor at all times.
The Omni Express offers several connective solutions to network
multiple monitors and/or manage patient data on an electronic
medical records platform or a HL7 based hospital information
system. The Omni Express patient monitor offers Ethernet and
RS-232 connections with an open source communication protocol.
Infinium offers 2 levels of networking and connectivity. The Omni
Express is HL7 compliant. The HL7 network protocol will allow for
all patient information and vital sign trends to be transferred and
stored on a hospital information system. For non-HL7 medical
facilities, there is the Infinium Omniview central station which
allows the real time remote monitoring and network of up to 32
Omni patient monitors. The Omniview archives full disclosure of
all patient vital sign trends. The patient data from the Omniview
can be very simply saved, stored, printed, and, transferred.