Oxycon Mobile Cardiopulmonary Stress Testing

Oxycon Mobile from Vyaire lets you determine metabolic response while exercising, working, or in settings that traditional, stationary metabolic systems cannot. The device records breath-by-breath data mounted to the subject's body via a comfortable vest and allows testing in children to adults and patients to athletes.

Features & Benefits

  • Data is collected and sent to a host computer system via wireless transmission (telemetry), making the device suitable for use in a non-laboratory environments
  • Volume measurements are made with a very lightweight, precise, bi-directional digital volume transducer (DVT)
  • Sensorbox (SBx): Housing the fast response electrochemical oxygen measuring cell (response 80 ms after digital filtering) and a very fast hot wire carbon dioxide analyzer (response less then 80 ms)
  • Data exchange unit (DEx): Unit that collects data from the Sensorbox and sends it telemetrically (range 1,000 m in open space area) to a base station connected to a computer
  • Software includes automated calculations such as Anaerobic Threshold types (AE, AT, RCP), parameter display shows color-coded upper and lower limits of normal, sub-program macros for user-definable controls such as automated blood pressure recording and more

 

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