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How to Read Multi-Parameter Patient Monitor?

With the continuous development of modern medicine, monitors are being widely used in ICU, CCU, anesthesia operating rooms and various clinical departments in hospitals.

Continuous monitoring of ECG, heart rate, respiration, blood oxygen saturation, and blood pressure is performed on patients for a long time. and measurement, to continuously provide important information of the patient's vital signs to the medical staff. So how to read its data?

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First, learn about the abbreviated representations of patient monitor parameters:


SPO2=Pulse Oxygen Saturation

NIBP:Non-invasive measurement of blood pressure

TEMP: Temperature


HR:Heart rate

PLETH:Volume wave pulse rate, pulse intensity

PR:pulse rate

CO2/ETCO2:End Tidal Carbon Dioxide

IBP:invasive measurement of blood pressure

BP:blood pressure

SYS:systolic blood pressure

DIA:diastolic blood pressure


How to read patient monitor data?

 multi-parameter patient monitor


The Model of uMR P11 patient monitor will generally include the following data:

Firstly the heart rate(HR) will generally be at the top of the monitor,Its normal value is 60-100 beats/min.


Secondly, the vital signs monitor can also display blood pressure(BP), including systolic (SYS) and diastolic blood pressure(DIA).

The normal value of systolic blood pressure is 90-140mmHg, and the normal value of diastolic blood pressure is between 60-90mmHg. , If the blood pressure is 120/80mmHg, it means that the patient's blood pressure is normal blood pressure.


The patient monitor can also display the patient's oxygen saturation (SPO2).

The normal value is between 90% and 100%. If the value is lower, the hypoxia is more serious.

In addition, the patient monitor can also display the respiratory rate (RESP), and the normal value of the respiratory rate of adults  is between 16-22 beats/min,Neonatal is 60-70 beat/min.


Our uMR P11 Model Portable Patient Monitor features flexible configurations.

You can configure various aspects of the monitor, including the parameters to be monitored, sweeping speed of the waveforms, audio signal volume, and printout text.

Portable Patient Monitor

Post time: Aug-15-2022