Noninvasive Pulse Oximetry and Capnography Veterinary Monitoring Solutions


Nonin Medical’s innovative and economically priced veterinary monitors are engineered with high quality SpO2 and EtCO2 technologies. The integration of these proven technologies with our veterinary-specific software and patented sensor technology enables our veterinary oximeters to accurately monitor the wider heart rate range of animals (18 – 450 BPM) and have an enhanced sensitivity to low perfusion signals. Choose from versatile lingual clip, wrap and transflectance sensors.

Veterinary Capnographs

Measures and displays end-tidal carbon dioxide (EtCO2), fractional inspired CO2 (FiCO2) and respiration rate of intubated animals. The widescreen display also serves as a user-friendly touch panel where all settings and adjustments are visible.

Veterinary Capnographs and Pulse Oximeters

This monitor measures and displays end-tidal carbon dioxide (EtCO2) and fractional inspired CO2 (FiCO2) values, respiration, functional oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin (SpO2), and pulse rate of intubated animals. The distinct widescreen display also serves as a user-friendly touch panel where all settings and adjustments are made.

Veterinary Pulse Oximeters

This monitor can be used in a variety of clinical applications, including spot-checking or continuous monitoring where alarms are required. Ideal for locations where AC electrical power is not available.

Veterinary Sensors

Nonin Medical's veterinary sensors are ideal for short-term and continuous noninvasive monitoring. All of our sensor solutions can be used across our entire line of veterinary products.

2000SL Lingual Clip Sensor

Lightweight, ultra-sensitive clip-on sensor for tongue application or paw pad, and well-vascularized areas, as appropriate.

2000SA Wrap Sensor

Flexible wrap sensor for placement on toe (dog, large animal) or base of the tail (small animal).

2000T Transflectance Sensor

Convenient sensor placement to the underside, base of the tail or other well-vascularized surfaces.