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BeneVision N17 | N15 | N12

BeneVision N17 | N15 | N12

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With state-of-the-art screen technology, BeneVision N-Series patient monitors deliver clear, multi-colour, wide-format displays to capture and review information at a glance. With multi-touch operation, users can control the monitor and review patient data quickly and easily.

We continually dedicate ourselves to improving clinical safety and efficiency, which, we believe, can be achieved with excellent operational design.

BeneVision provides a flexible solution for monitoring your patient’s status anywhere, anytime, even whilst in transit with mobile devices. At every point of care, such as ICU, CCU, NICU, Theatres, Recovery and ED, BeneVision N-Series patient monitors always provide a suitable solution to meet your clinical needs. You can customise the monitor for a specific patient or for acuity requirements.

Key Features

  • N12: 12.1inch WXGA display with up to 8 traces
  • N15: 15inch Full HD display with up to 10 traces
  • N17: 18.5inch Full HD display with up to 12 traces
  • Contemporary User Interface with Gesture Control and single-level menu structure
  • Consistent navigation across the range minimises the learning curve
  • Powerful integrated iView module (N17 optional) gives instant access to network Clinical Tools, such as PACS
  • Extensive range of parameter modules for true flexibility and scalability
  • Clinical Assistive Applications such as HemoSight TM and SepsisSight reduce time away from the patient and assist in complex diagnoses
  • EWS (Early Warning Score) and GCS (Glasgow Coma Scale) for rapid patient assessment
  • Up to 120 hours Trend data review, 1000 events, 20 12-lead ECG sets and up to 48 hours Full Disclosure
  • Fully compatible with BeneView T1 and BeneView parameter modules
  • User programmable configurations
  • Integral rechargeable battery for up to 2 hours (N15/N17) or 4 hours (N12) support
  • Wired and wireless communications to Central Stations and beyond