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Assess nocturnal hypoventilation in sleep diagnostics or titrate ventilation

Sleep diagnostics

Continuous tcpCO2 monitoring without disturbing the patient’s sleep is important to assess nocturnal hypoventilation in sleep diagnostics or titrate ventilation

Radiometer’s combined tcpCO2 and SpO2 transcutaneous monitoring help detect hypoventilation in patients at risk of sleep-related breathing disorders. These parameters allow clinicians to make the relevant changes in ventilator settings or optimize oxygen supply.

The sensor measures non-invasively and can easily be applied on various sites, including the thorax, the forearm or, for increased patient comfort, on the ear lobe where it can measure for up to 12 hours.

Radiometer’s transcutaneous monitors are compatible with leading polysomnographs and major patient management systems.

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