SalterSTAT Orange Capnography

SalterSTAT Orange Capnography

The signal you need - anytime, anywhere.


  • Designed to perform in Reflective Connector Systems
  • Divided Cannulas for True EtCO2 Sampling and Effecive O2 at Higher LPM rates


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The signal you need - anytime, anywhere.


  • Designed to perform in Reflective Connector Systems
  • Divided Cannulas for True EtCO2 Sampling and Effecive O2 at Higher LPM rates


Question and Answers

Q

How high of an O2 flow do the SalterSTAT cannulas allow?

Jonathan S.- On Sunday, 24 March 2019

A

The SalterSTAT cannulas listed on this page will allow a flow rate up to 6 lpm while maintaining a reliable ETCO2 reading. Salter's CapnoVue mask (Life Assist part number OM76750) allows for a flow up to 12 lpm while maintaining a reliable ETCO2 reading.

Sara K.- answered On Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Q

Are the SalterSTAT Orange cannulas compatible with the Zoll X series, Philips MRx and LifePak 15 manual defibrillators?

Anonymous- On Wednesday, 27 March 2019

A

The SalterSTAT Orange capnography products are compatible with any monitoring devices using reflective technology (like Oridion, often seen with an orange connector in EMS use).

Sara K.- answered On Wednesday, 27 March 2019

Q

Are the SalterSTAT Orange Cannulas compatible with the Alaris ETCO2 Module? Is it Microstream compatible?

Anonymous- On Friday, 26 July 2019

A

Yes, SalterSTAT Orange cannulas are compatible with the Alaris ETCO2 Module. They are also Microstream compatible.

Jim L.- answered On Friday, 26 July 2019

Q

Does the cannula sample from both sides of the nose?

Anonymous- On Wednesday, 07 August 2019

A

Only the PO76766 ETCO2 Only Oral/Nasal Cannula, Pediatric samples from both nares. The rest sample from one side and administer oxygen through the other side.

Jim L.- answered On Wednesday, 07 August 2019

Q

What is the effectiveness of the filter used in the gas sampling line in protecting contamination to the monitor?

Anonymous- On Monday, 30 March 2020

A

The SALTER STATOrange ETCO2 sampling lines utilize a 0.2 micron barrier filter. The filter media is hydrophobic and is designed to protect equipment and staff from moisture and microbes.

Sara K.- answered On Monday, 30 March 2020

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Questions and Answers

Q

How high of an O2 flow do the SalterSTAT cannulas allow?

Jonathan S.- On Sunday, 24 March 2019

A

The SalterSTAT cannulas listed on this page will allow a flow rate up to 6 lpm while maintaining a reliable ETCO2 reading. Salter's CapnoVue mask (Life Assist part number OM76750) allows for a flow up to 12 lpm while maintaining a reliable ETCO2 reading.

Sara K.- answered On Tuesday, 26 March 2019

Q

Are the SalterSTAT Orange cannulas compatible with the Zoll X series, Philips MRx and LifePak 15 manual defibrillators?

Anonymous- On Wednesday, 27 March 2019

A

The SalterSTAT Orange capnography products are compatible with any monitoring devices using reflective technology (like Oridion, often seen with an orange connector in EMS use).

Sara K.- answered On Wednesday, 27 March 2019

Q

Are the SalterSTAT Orange Cannulas compatible with the Alaris ETCO2 Module? Is it Microstream compatible?

Anonymous- On Friday, 26 July 2019

A

Yes, SalterSTAT Orange cannulas are compatible with the Alaris ETCO2 Module. They are also Microstream compatible.

Jim L.- answered On Friday, 26 July 2019

Q

Does the cannula sample from both sides of the nose?

Anonymous- On Wednesday, 07 August 2019

A

Only the PO76766 ETCO2 Only Oral/Nasal Cannula, Pediatric samples from both nares. The rest sample from one side and administer oxygen through the other side.

Jim L.- answered On Wednesday, 07 August 2019

Q

What is the effectiveness of the filter used in the gas sampling line in protecting contamination to the monitor?

Anonymous- On Monday, 30 March 2020

A

The SALTER STATOrange ETCO2 sampling lines utilize a 0.2 micron barrier filter. The filter media is hydrophobic and is designed to protect equipment and staff from moisture and microbes.

Sara K.- answered On Monday, 30 March 2020