Monitor your adult and pediatric ambulatory patients with a compact wireless device that delivers the performance of a full-sized patient monitor.
- Built-in color display
- An easy-to-see color display shows the patient’s ECG for all monitored leads, heart rate, SpO2, and electrode status -- as well as demographics to help confirm patient identification. As a result, you can see vital signs while at the patient's side as well as at the Infinity® CentralStation.
- Integrated alarming and alarm controls
- Because of the Infinity®® M300's built-in sound capabilities, you can hear alarms at the patient's side as well as at the Infinity® CentralStation. You can also control alarms right from the device. There's even a "find device" function to help locate lost devices.
- Rechargable battery
- The Infinity® M300 has a built-in battery that can be recharged via a bedside charger while the patient wears the device, or at a patented multi-device charger at the central monitoring station. Replacing disposable batteries is a thing of the past, which is good for both the environment and the hospital's bottom line.
- Built-in algorithms
- Built-in ACE® (Arrhythmia Classification Expert) and pacer detection algorithms enhance ECG processing and reduce false alarms.
- Two-way wireless connection to Infinity® CentralStation
- Based on industry-standard wireless technology, Infinity® M300 provides itself continuous standalone monitoring – even if the patient inadvertently moves out of the hospital’s wireless network coverage area. Two-way communication between Infinity® M300 and the Infinity® CentralStation facilitates wireless data exchange and signal integrity within the hospital's wireless network coverage area.
Innovative ambulatory patient-worn monitoring
Infinity M300 provides the performance of a full-size patient monitor, packaged in a patient-worn telemetry device for adult and pediatric patients.
The CSSS Jardins-Roussillon, hôpital Anna-Laberge replaced its existing telemetry patient monitoring system with the Wi-Fi-based Dräger Infinity M300.
Kaweah Delta Medical Center found a solution that helped them leverage their existing infrastructure, consolidate operations and find cost efficiencies.
Methodist news release from July 2009.
According to the management team at Memorial Medical Center in Springfield, Illinois, the new Infinity M300 patient-worn monitoring system offers a wide range of advantages.
Gathers and displays information from Infinity bedside and patient-worn monitors for central monitoring of up to 32 patients on the Infinity Network.
Infinity M300 Bedside Charger
- Charges the monitor's built-in battery at the bedside while the patient wears the Infinity M300.
Infinity M300 Central Charger
- Charges and stores up to 10 Infinity M300 devices at the central nursing station.