The Corometrics Model 128 Fetal Monitor includes two ultrasound transducers, a toco probe, SpO2 sensor, pack of paper, and power cord. It is in excellent condition and certified to proper operating specifications.
Warranty: 1 Year - Parts and Labor.
The Model 128 Basic Maternal/Fetal Monitor includes all of the Model 126 features plus integrated maternal non-invasive blood pressure monitoring (NIBP) and Maternal SpO2 (MSpO2). Model 126 features include Dual Ultrasound, Fetal ECG (FECG), and Uterine Activity with both Toco and IUP.
The Model 128 is intended for monitoring maternal vital signs to help assess maternal well-being.
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- Model 128 Only:
- Built-in maternal vital signs monitoring eliminates the need for separate blood pressure and maternal pulse oximetry monitors.
- Maternal non-invasive blood pressure readings can be taken on-demand or at pre-programmed intervals.
- Smart BP Feature: Post-contraction blood pressure option prevents blood pressure readings from occurring during contractions.
- Continuous non-invasive MSpO2 oxygen saturation and maternal pulse rate can be reliably monitored using the well-known Nellcor pulse oximetry sensors.
- Continuous printing of the maternal pulse rate trend can be enabled.
- Maternal alarm limits are user-defined, with pre-set defaults.
- The audible indicator for each maternal alarm can be temporarily silenced.
- Maternal vital signs storage provides an eight-hour history of the maternal vital signs in a spreadsheet format. The data can be displayed or printed on-demand.
- The maternal-only recording mode is specifically designed for postpartum monitoring of the mother.
- The MSpO2 pulsatile waveform can be optionally displayed and can be "frozen" on the screen for review. In addition, a six-second "snapshot" can be printed on the strip chart paper.
- Shared with the Model 126:
- Dual ultrasonic heart rate monitoring allows for non-invasive monitoring of twins.
- A +20 BPM heart rate offset option is provided for the secondary heart rate (HR2) trend, when using dual ultrasound, or ultrasound and direct FECG, to separate overlapping FHR trends for easy interpretation.
- Heartbeat coincidence to ensure you are not monitoring the same infant twice.
- The strip chart recorder is a quiet, easy-to-load, high-resolution thermal array printer. The recorder prints continuous trends and alphanumeric data on one strip chart.
- User-selectable font size for strip chart annotations customizes readability.
- Automatic mode selection is provided simply by inserting the appropriate transducer plug into the front panel receptacle.
- Transducer connectors are easy-to-use, color-coded, and durable.
- The electroluminescent (EL) display, with circularly polarized filter, removes glare; its wide viewing angle provides easy viewing at a distance.
- A recorder light allows the room lights to be dimmed without sacrificing visibility on the strip chart recorder.
- Frequently used functions are controlled by front panel, color-coded push buttons, including audio volume, UA reference, test, alarm silence, event mark, and paper advance.
- System setup options, such as alarm limits, are easily accessed via a front panel Trim Knob control.
- Fetal parameters are continuously displayed even during configuration of system setup options.
- The ultrasound mode provides clean, accurate traces with few "dropouts" because of a patented autocorrelation processing.
- Fetal heart rate alarm limits are user-defined, with pre-set defaults.
- Alarm conditions have audible and visual indications. Audible alarms can be disabled. Fetal heart rate threshold and signal quality alarms can be cancelled.
- The data storage and telecommunications capability allows remote or referral tracing assessments.
- The monitor can be interfaced to the most widely used non-invasive blood pressure monitors and pulse oximeters.
- The FECG waveform can be optionally displayed and can be "frozen" on the screen for review. In addition, a six-second "snapshot" can be printed on the strip chart paper.
- Fetal ECG waveform confirms solid spiral placement.
- Song player serenades both mother and family to celebrate the new arrival.
- Interface with 340 Telemetry for ambulatory monitoring and Hydrotherapy when used with the Nautilus Watertight Transducers.
- Interface capability with the OxiFirst Fetal Pulse Oximetry system.
- Interface capability with QS Information Systems.
- Recovery mode sets the recorder to standby allowing delivery to print only the vital signs and save paper.
- Software Utility upgrade program to install future feature enhancements.
- Annotations from an optional Model 2116B Keyboard are printed on the strip chart recorder printer.
- Hardware kits for hospitals allow your Model 128 to be upgraded to the Model 129 as your clinical needs increase and your budget allows.
SpecificationsCorometrics Model 128 Fetal Monitor Specifications
- Power Requirements:
- Nominal Line Voltage: 100/120/220/230/240 VAC.
- Line Frequency: 50/60 Hz.
- Power Consumption: 100 W / 0.4 A maximum.
- Chassis Leakage: Less than 300 µA.
- Physical Characteristics:
- Weight: 24 lb (10.9 kg) approximately.
- Dimensions: 17.3" (D) x 16.5" (W) x 6.7" (H) (43.9 cm x 41.9 cm x 17 cm).
- Maternal Vital Signs History: 8 hours, maximum of storage/recall.
LiteratureCorometrics Model 128 Fetal Monitor Literature
GE Corometrics 120 Series Operator's Manual