The following brochures provide information on how Nonin’s capnography monitors can be used in various clinical environments. The product brochures also contain detailed specifications on the LifeSense and RespSense monitors.
The use of capnography is becoming more widespread for patients receiving opiates for acute pain management.
Capnography can be a valuable tool to monitor changes in EtCO2 levels during sleep, and can help clinicians diagnose sleep breathing disorders in patients such as hypoventilation syndrome.
Capnography is a valuable tool during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
When performing procedural sedation, ensuring patient safety and adequate ventilation using capnography is essential.
During dental procedures when the patient is sedated, capnography helps ensure adequate ventilation.
Capnography is a valuable tool during emergency transport of both intubated and non-intubated patients.
When caring for patients on a ventilator, a capnography monitor can help measure exhaled CO2 levels in order to reliably assess the quality of ventilation.
Brochure contains product highlights and technical specifications.
White paper that examines the benefits of capnography in dental sedation practice and discusses how to choose a capnograph for your needs.
Tips from ADA practicing dentists on using capnography to the best advantage.
Article that describes the role of capnography during post-op monitoring.
Checklist that allows users to demonstrate their competency when using the LifeSense and RespSense Capnography monitors.
List of clinical environments where capnography can be used.
List of manufacturers who can integrate to the LifeSense Capnography Monitor in sleep labs.
Instructions on how to connect a Nonin RespSense or LifeSense monitor to a sleep lab system.
Document with tips for troubleshooting Nonin capnography monitors.
Article from Respiratory Therapy magazine that documents one hospital’s capnography selection process.
Article from the Anesthesiology Journal documenting uses for capnography outside the operating room.
Matrix showing what Nonin pulse oximetry sensors are compatible with Nonin pulse
Article from Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology documenting the monitoring of respiratory depression signs.
Case study that describes incorporating capnography into patient-controlled analgesia post-op care.
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