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GE Dash 4000 Patient Monitor Refurbished
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  • Condition: Refurbished
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  • Warranty: 90 Days (1 Year Optional Extended Warranty available in the shopping cart page)

GE Dash 4000 Patient Monitor Refurbished

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Standard Configuration: ECG, NIBP, SPO2

The GE Dash 4000 Patient Monitor is a complete portable bedside monitoring solution that features ECG, NIBP, SpO2, Temperature, and recorder. The full featured Dash 4000 monitor offers a 10.4" screen. From presentation in the emergency department to surgery in the OR to recovery in the PACU, treatment in the ICU and transfer to the stepdown unit, the Dash monitor is an exceptional choice for every point of care.

GE Dash 4000 Patient Monitor Features:

  • Lightweight and rugged for portability.
  • Networking options include wired and wireless.
  • Up to seven waveforms and four invasive pressures.
  • High resolution CRG trends for NICU monitoring.

GE Dash 4000 Patient Monitor Technology:

  • GE EK-Pro Four Lead Arrhythmia Analysis: The GE EK-Pro clinical algorithm provides advanced atrial fibrillation detection and alarming. Early and accurate identification of AFib may help prevent this arrhythmia from becoming chronic.
  • GE 12SL Simultaneous 12 Lead ECG Detection: The 12SL algorithm provides improved P-wave detection, age and gender-specific interpretation, and 12 lead buffer (if MUSE is offline, up to 12 ECGs are stored).
  • GE DINAMAP SuperSTAT Blood Pressure Algorithm: The innovative GE DINAMAP SuperSTAT algorithm supports speed, comfort, and artifact rejection for virtually all types of patients, including neonates with very low perfusion pressures, geriatrics, and hyper/hypo tensive patients.