Our monitor slave cables and adapters are used for transferring ECG and/or IBP signal from a host physiologic monitor to a secondary, slaved monitor. Commonly connected devices can include an anesthesia or bedside monitor, defibrillator, ultrasound, balloon pump, cardiac output monitor, and pacer programmer.
i cable IBP. 9 pin Hypertronics Low-Level BP output of the Getinge Datascope CS300, Maquet CardioSave balloon pump to the Philips monitor, 12 pin input. Uses the BP transducer of the balloon pump to provide pressure information to the primary monitor.
i cable ECG. 9 pin ‘Defib/Sync’ output of the GE Carescape One monitor or PDM module to balloon pump, Vigilance II, Hemosphere continuous cardiac output monitor, or Philips Healthcare and Siemens ultrasound, 1/4″ two circuit phone plug AUX ECG input.
i cable ECG. 7 pin ‘Sync In/Marker Out’ of Zoll R Series Defibrillator (model #AF14B034866 and higher or older models which were retrofitted with the female ECG output connector) to the Philips monitor or ultrasound, 12 pin ECG input.
i cable ECG & IBP. 9 pin ‘Defib/Sync’ output of GE Carescape One monitor or PDM module to CardioSave, CS100, CS300, or Arrow balloon pump or to Volcano S5 IVUS Imaging System, 1/4″ 2 circuit phone plug AUX ECG & IBP inputs.
i cable ECG or IBP. TT253 ‘HLo’ output of the Spacelabs monitor module to balloon pump, AUX ECG or IBP. Also connects to Vigilance II, Hemosphere continuous cardiac output monitor or Philips Healthcare, Siemens ultrasound AUX ECG input, 1/4″ two circuit phone plug input.