The Narcotrend Compact-M monitor measures depth of hypnosis during sedation and general anesthesia in operating rooms, intensive care units, and clinical research. It includes the Narcotrend-Index, a processed EEG parameter that allows users to monitor the effects of certain anesthetics.
The monitor automatically classifies EEG on a scale of 100 (conscious) to 0 (very deep hypnosis, EEG suppression) to help clinicians adjust anesthesia according to patient age, sex, and physical condition.
Cerebrogram provides patient hypnotic status during recording
Impedance checks and electrode tests help ensure signal quality
Extensive algorithms detect and classify artifacts automatically
Product Features Basic Version
• 1 Channel Raw EEG
• Automatic Age-related EEG Classification
• Trend Display: Cerebrogram and Relative Band Activities
• Automatic Impedance Checks
• EEG Data Storage
• Print Utility (PDF)
• Review Function
Product Features Extended Version—Basic Plus
• Density Spectral Array (DSA)
• Median/Spectral Edge Frequency
• Power Spectrum
• Sharp Transient Intensity (STI): Supports Detection of Epileptiform Potentials
Reliable Monitoring For the OR and the ICU
When a patient is under anesthesia, an EEG will show very characteristic changes. This can help clinicians adjust sedation responsively to meet individual patient needs. Automatic detection and identification of interference saves time and provides more reliable readings.
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