Logo

Patient Monitoring Systems

Patient monitoring systems are indispensable part of critical care units. Right from monitoring ECG, SpO2, Respiratory rate, Temperature and NiBP, patient monitors monitor multitude of parameters through sensors.

While the history of monitoring can be traced back to check on deterioration of patient's health, today's monitors are equipped to provide real time data as and when required. Mapped to central nursing stations, they are smart and relay meaningful data.

BPL's range includes modular monitors and multipara monitors with Excel Sign series, Ultima Series, Excello Series, SmartSign series, ClearSign Series, Magna, Agena and Cleo Plus serving different needs.

Patient Monitors

Patient monitoring systems are indispensable part of critical care units. Right from monitoring ECG, SpO2, Respiratory rate, Temperature and NiBP, patient monitors monitor multitude of parameters through sensors. While the history of monitoring can be traced back to check on deterioration of patient's health, to...

More
Uploads/ProductImage/Products/patient-monitors--display.jpg
Logo
Patient Monitoring

Patient Monitoring Systems

Patient monitoring systems are indispensable part of critical care units. Right from monitoring ECG, SpO2, Respiratory rate, Temperature and NiBP, patient monitors monitor multitude of parameters through sensors.

While the history of monitoring can be traced back to check on deterioration of patient's health, today's monitors are equipped to provide real time data as and when required. Mapped to central nursing stations, they are smart and relay meaningful data.

BPL's range includes modular monitors and multipara monitors with Excel Sign series, Ultima Series, Excello Series, SmartSign series, ClearSign Series, Magna, Agena and Cleo Plus serving different needs.

Patient Monitors

Patient monitoring systems are indispensable part of critical care units. Right from monitoring ECG, SpO2, Respiratory rate, Temperature and NiBP, patient monitors monitor multitude of parameters through sensors. While the history of monitoring can be traced back to check on deterioration of patient's health, to... More