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 Capnography Monitor

End-tidal CO2 or EtCO2 is used to detect the concentration of carbon dioxide in the breath to determine vital signs. It can be an important tool to ensure the best, high-quality chest compressions during cardiac resuscitation. It is often used as an essential equipment for emergency medical treatment and long-term monitoring. Comdek uses end-tidal Capnography monitoring values to distinguish the exhaled carbon dioxide (EtCO2) and respiration rate (Respiration Rate) of the lungs, to determine the position of the intubation, and to assist physicians in assessing the depth and effectiveness of extracardiac massage compressions.

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There is no need to warm up the machine, and it only takes 10 seconds to measure the carbon dioxide value (EtCO2) and breathing rate after turning it on. The carbon dioxide detection value can be used to determine the position of the intubation, assist the clinician to evaluate the depth and effectiveness of the extracardiac massage, and to evaluate whether to restore the spontaneous circulation (ROSC).


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