Hospital and Clinic
Clinicians rely on durable pulse oximetry monitoring devices to support the delivery of quality patient care throughout the hospital. Nonin devices are designed to work wherever and whenever you need them, so you can make confident clinical decisions and take action.
EMS professionals need equipment that stands up to frequent use, day and night. Nonin oximetry solutions are engineered to deliver reliable measurements every time. They give EMS specialists the data they need to help make confident decisions quickly.
Medics must be ready to provide critical care in the most challenging environments. They need equipment they can trust. Nonin fingertip pulse oximeters use clinically proven technology to provide consistent measurements in a wide range of settings, and for patients of all kinds.
Nonin eHealth solutions are high-quality patient monitoring devices that deliver dependable measurements to clinicians in real time. They are designed for ease of use, durability, and reliable performance in all patient settings—including at home.
Nonin monitoring devices provide precise information to help dental practitioners make confident decisions. Our devices support dental care operations from simple sedation procedures to oral appliance therapy evaluation.
Leading veterinarians monitor critical patient data on SpO2 levels, respiration rates, end-tidal carbon dioxide (EtCO2), fractional-inspired CO2 and other vital signs. Nonin Medical offers innovative monitors with veterinary-specific software and patented sensor technology.
For at-home monitoring, you need easy-to-use equipment that provides reliable measurements so you can make confident treatment decisions. Nonin fingertip, wrist-worn, handheld, and tabletop oximetry solutions are designed to work wherever and whenever you use them.
Nonin oximetry solutions provide effective continuous SpO2 monitoring in facility-based and home-based sleep studies. Our proven technologies help physicians and sleep specialists make accurate diagnoses of sleep related disorders involving hypoxic events.