Philips has done it again.
The global electronics leader has developed THE answer to portable patient monitoring systems as part of its IntelliVue family which includes bedside monitors, central stations and mobile applications.
We’re here to introduce the Philips MX100 patient monitor.
Are you ready?
The future of patient monitoring is here!
Reliable Information on the Move
The Philips IntelliVue MX100 is compact and light enough to (almost) fit in a GP’s coat pocket, yet offers a broad set of basic and advanced clinical measurements.
This allows medical personnel to remain informed about patients’ conditions regardless of where they are in the hospital.
The MX100 patient monitor features ground-breaking IntelliVue XDS software that allows you to easily see and read measurements from a distance thanks to the large, high-resolution 6.1” display.
Transport your in-house low- and mid-acuity patients while monitoring their vitals thanks to the MX100’s battery which awards 5 hours of uninterrupted patient monitoring.
Rugged Build Ensures Longevity
Everyone knows a cell phone is only as good as the durability of its screen.
The Philips MX100 patient monitor is built to be ruggedly handled through day-to-day medical centre operations. The sturdy structural design makes it rather difficult to damage the unit (unless you really try).
The medical-grade display features Antimicrobial Corning® Gorilla® Glass, chemically strengthened and atomically configurated to be tougher and more durable compared to competitive glass materials.
The display extension ports are conveniently situated close to the ergonomically-designed handle, which eases the burden of patient monitor downtime and repair costs.
Anywhere, Anytime Patient Monitoring
If your medical staff know how to operate touch-screen smart phones, they’ll have no problem working on the IntelliVue MX100.
The intuitive, interactive 15.5cm touchscreen display offers familiar smartphone-like operation where medical staff are able to effortlessly swipe through the many screens tailored to various clinical situations.
These screens can be customised to display the exact information required for the specific medical context. This saves time by simplifying the process of sourcing information from complex patient monitoring equipment.
The Philips MX100 is able to transmit readings to a second, high-resolution display, and both of these can be remotely controlled from a central location outside of the patient care area.
This eliminates the need for taking down measurements with pen and paper, and patients’ vitals can be tracked and communicated without adding noise to the patients’ surroundings.