SenSmart 8004C Series regional oximetry sensors use dual emitters and dual detectors to provide accurate cerebral and somatic tissue oxygen values. Along with advanced, patent-protected algorithms, these dual emitters and dual detectors create pairs of light paths through surface tissue and through the cerebral cortex, producing measurements that are proven to be the industry’s least affected by intervening tissue or surface effects.¹ SenSmart 8004CB and 8004CB-NA pediatric sensors provide a single-sensor solution for pediatric patients less than 40 kg, simplifying protocols and inventory requirements and saving time and money.
Adult rSO2 sensor, spatially resolved to calculate accurate, patient-specific values. The rSO2 display refreshes every 1.5 seconds, so if tissue saturation is changing, you will see it when it happens. With the 8004CA you'll get values you can act on with confidence.
Adhesive pediatric rSO2 sensor features a small footprint for space-saving placement, and light path spacing for pediatric-appropriate tissue depth readings. Patent-pending Dynamic Compensation algorithm automatically calculates accurate, patient-specific values with no need to input patient age and weight.
This non-adhesive pediatric rSO2 sensor features a small footprint for space-saving placement, and light path spacing for pediatric-appropriate tissue depth readings. Patent-pending Dynamic Compensation algorithm automatically calculates accurate, patient-specific values with no need to input patient age and weight.
Flexible sensors conform easily to patient anatomy
Proven, reliable adhesions, even with highly diaphoretic patients and a non-adhesive option for patients less than 40 kg
Near-instant measurements ensure readings from the moment the sensor is placed
Skin color or pigmentation has not been shown to affect the accuracy of the readings
Center orientation of the sensor cable allows for directing cables over the patient’s forehead
Intermediate cable stays connected to signal processor with sensor lock, making sensor connecting and application to patient fast and easy
Four Wavelength Optics
SenSmart rSO2 technology uses four wavelengths of light to measure the balance of oxy- and deoxy-hemoglobin, resulting in greater accuracy and reliability
Patented SenSmart rSO2 sensors use dual emitters and dual detectors to provide repeatable cerebral cortex measurements that are minimally affected by intervening tissue or surface effects
Sampling rates less than two seconds apart guarantee up-to-date saturation readings
State-of-the-Art Absolute Accuracy
Only Nonin sensors use two emitters and two detectors to provide cerebral cortex measurements that are minimally affected by intervening tissue or surface effects.¹ Other sensors, such as CASMED FORE-SIGHT® and Covidien INVOS®, use one emitter and two detectors, and have significantly greater signal contamination from shallow tissue.1
rSO2 Readings In Real Time
SenSmart 8004C Series rSO2 sensors are spatially resolved to calculate accurate, patient-specific values. The rSO2 display refreshes every 1.5 seconds, so if tissue saturation is changing, you will see it when it happens.
1. Davie SN, Grocott HP. Impact of Extracranial Contamination on Regional Cerebral Oxygen Saturation: A Comparison of Three Cerebral Oximetry Technologies. Anesthesiology. 2012; 116(4):834–40.
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