The DRAGER Infinity Delta XL Patient Monitor is a versatile medical device commonly used in hospitals to continuously monitor and display a patient’s vital signs and other physiological parameters. It aids healthcare professionals in providing optimal patient care by offering real-time data on:
- ECG (Electrocardiogram): Monitors the heart’s electrical activity and rhythm.
- SpO2 (Oxygen Saturation): Measures the amount of oxygen in the blood.
- NIBP (Non-Invasive Blood Pressure): Measures blood pressure without puncturing the skin.
- Temperature: Monitors the patient’s body temperature.
- Respiratory Rate: Tracks the number of breaths taken per minute.
- CO2 (Carbon Dioxide): Measures end-tidal CO2 levels in exhaled breath.
- Invasive Blood Pressure (IBP): Monitors blood pressure directly from an arterial line.
- Cardiac Output: Measures the volume of blood pumped by the heart.
- Anesthetic Gas Monitoring: Tracks the concentration of inhaled anesthetic gases.
Patient monitor Features
The Drager Infinity Delta XL can monitor the vital signs of adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients with various acuity levels. Providing continuous monitoring and data collections, the Infinity Delta XL can be utilized at the bedside, when transporting, or anywhere in between. This patient monitor can connect to the Infinity Network via the Infinity Docking Station, DirectNet, or even a wireless adaptor for seamless wired to wireless networking.
- 12.2” TFT-LCD display.
- 6 standard channels, 8 optional channels.
- 24 hours of trended parameter data storage.
- Lithium-ion battery.
- Neonatal, pediatric, and adult monitoring capabilities.
Drager Infinity Delta XL Specifications
- Height: 10.7 in (27.2 cm)
- Width: 15.1 in (38.4 cm)
- Depth: 7.5 in (19 cm)
- Weight: 13.6 lbs (6.2 kg) (Without external battery)
- Type: Thin Film Transistor-Liquid Crystal Display Active Matrix (TFT-LCD)
- Size (Diagonal): 12.2 in (31 cm)
- Resolution: 800 x 600
- Channels: 6 Standard, 8 Optional
- Viewing Area: 9.7” x 7.3” (24.6 x 18.5 cm)
- Type: Rechargeable Lithium-ion
- Capacity: 180 minutes
- Charging Time: 6.5 h
- Displays up to 12 leads
- Heart Rate Range: 15 to 300 bpm
- Accuracy: ±2 bpm or ±1% (whichever is greater)
- Measuring Method: Impedance pneumography
- Measuring Range: 0 to 155 breaths per min
- Accuracy: ±1 breath/min or 2% of rate (whichever is greater)
- Apnea Detection: For neonatal and pediatric patients
- Masimo SET, Nellcor OxiMax, Drager OxiSure
- Method: Transmission spectrophotometry
- SpO2 Measuring Range: 1 to 100%
- Pulse Measuring Range: 30 to 250 bpm
NBP (Noninvasive Blood Pressure)
- Displayed Parameters: Systolic, Mean and Diastolic pressures
- Measuring Method: Oscillometric utilizing step deflation
- Modes of Operation: Manual (single measurement); Continuous (5 minutes) and Interval
- Interval Times: 1, 2, 2.5, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 45, 60, 120 and 240 minutes
- Heart Rate Measuring Range: 30 to 240 bpm
IBP (Invasive Blood Pressure)
- Displays up to 8 pressures
- Measuring Method: Resistive strain gauge transducer
- Display Resolution: 1 mmHg
- Measuring Range: -50 to 400 mmHg (after zeroing)
- Frequency Ranges: DC to 8 Hz, DC to 16 Hz, or DC to 32 Hz (user-selectable)
- Zero Balance Range: ± 200 mmHg
- Input Voltage: 11 to 15 V DC
- Power Consumption: ≤70 Watts (fully loaded)
- Patient Leakage Current: ≤10 mA
- Protection Class: Internally powered (per IEC 60601-1) and for use with specified Class 1 power supplies.
- Power Requirements: 100 to 240 V AC, 3 A
- Frequency: 50 to 60 Hz
- Temperature: 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C)
- Humidity: 20% to 90%, non-condensing
- Atmospheric Pressure: 525 to 795 mmHg (70 to 106 kPa)
- Temperature: -4° F to 104° F (-20° C to 40° C)
- Humidity: 10% to 95%, non-condensing (With packaging)
- Atmospheric Pressure: 375 to 795 mmHg (50 to 106 kPa)
The Infinity Delta XL Patient Monitor aids in early detection of changes in a patient’s condition, assisting healthcare providers in making timely interventions. Its modular design allows customization based on patient needs, making it suitable for various departments like intensive care units (ICUs), operating rooms, recovery rooms, and general wards. The monitor’s alarms and trend data provide critical information for medical decision-making and patient safety.