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Portable TBPI Equipment

  • 20 May 2019 9:07 AM
    Reply # 7350690 on 6999046
    Justin Bradley (Administrator)

    Hi Clare and Ian,


    At monash health we also use the smart dop V3 with a PPG probe and digital cuff. I also use this in my private work and I find it small, easy to transport and being battery operated it means it is easy to change the 9V battery as opposed to carrying a charger around as well.

    Justin

  • 18 May 2019 2:12 PM
    Reply # 7347765 on 6999046

    Hi Ian,

    we find the manual cuff and PPG attachment for the Smartdop more reliable and is a bit more robust 

    regards

    Clare

  • 14 Jan 2019 4:11 PM
    Message # 6999046

    Hi All

     I'm just looking for recommendations on portable TBPI equipment.

    Our SysToes get carried to the wards and used for each admitted patient as a screening tool. In general they break down every 6 months or so and I'm getting a bit over having to repair and replace them.

    What portable equipment do you use? How robust have you found it? Staff ease of use?

     

    cheers

    Ian Reid

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