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Condition: Used - Excellent
Type: Bedside Monitor
Model: IntelliVue MX450
Warranty: 1 year
We have 20+ in stock Excellent condition Philips IntelliVue MX450 Patient Monitors. with Current Rev "L" and H30 Anesthesia Software
We also stock MX400, MX550, MX700, MX800
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12"-wide touchscreen helps you see it clearly and quickly
Find what you need right away on the 12"-wide touchscreen. You'll recognize the familiar, easy-to-use interface from your existing IntelliVue monitors, so you can spend more time providing care and less time on device training.
Ambient light adjustment for readability in nearly any environment
The display, with its ambient light sensor, automatically adjusts screen brightness to maintain readability in nearly any lighting environment. The display, for example, adapts automatically as more natural light comes into the ICU from outside.
Connectivity options help you make the most of your EMR
The IntelliVue MX450 works to enhance your investment by sharing data with clinical information systems, helping to contribute to a comprehensive EMR. It can also help reduce cost and complexity when connecting bedside devices to your EMR solution of choice. Optional Philips IntelliBridge device interfacing** makes this possible by eliminating the need for a separate device concentrator and data consolidation server.
Advanced Clinical Solutions to summarize and visualize data
The IntelliVue MX450 monitor has built-in Advanced Clinical Solutions that provide tools to summarize and visualize complex clinical data and their interactions. Multiple streams of information come together in one intuitive view.
Portable design allows you to take monitoring with you
Environments that have large variability in acuity, such as the ED, step-down, conscious sedation, and the NICU, can be tough on patient monitors. The IntelliVue MX450 is optimized for these formidable workflows. With a built-in handle and standard battery operation, this monitor is rugged enough to cope with demanding in-hospital transport - and compact enough to be convenient underway