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Baby sleep breathing monitor CMS60DW-WRP1 monitors the vital signs - pulse rate and blood oxygen level (SpO2), of your baby while he/she is sleeping. It would sound an alarm if a reading falls outside a pre-defined range. If the SpO2 suddenly drops, it is an indication of breathing problem; if the heart rate drops or increases suddenly, it can be a sign of arrhythmia. The data can be recorded and analyzed for hypoxia and bradycardia. These episodes are early warnings for future problems.
Even though SIDS cannot be predicted and its causes are unknown, there are several high risk groups of babies identified. If your baby is in the high risk category or you want to have a peace of mind, using CMS60DW-WRP1 is a good way to ensure that your baby is fine.
The sleep breathing monitor CMS60DW-WRP1 is a pulse oximeter that measures the baby's pulse rate and blood oxygen level directly. This is its key advantage over other baby monitors that rely on movement detection. For more information, see the article on Infant Sleep Breathing Monitor.
The following diagrams show how to attach the probe to the baby.
The baby sleep monitor is used when the baby is sleeping. If the baby is moving around, the oximeter probe may fall off. On the other hand, if the baby is active, normally there is no need to monitor continuously.
The Newborn Foundation is the only organization of its kind dedicated to leveraging technology innovation to save newborn lives and improve health outcomes for the newest, most vulnerable citizens. This organization is a strong advocated for this type of inexpensive portable technology that helps save hundreds of thousands of newborns. To learn more about this foundation and the importance of screening for oxygen saturation and pulse oximetry watch the video below.
WARNING: This is not a toy and the monitoring must be performed under constant adult supervision. It is important that the infant must not be allowed to tangle up with the cable. This is especially true when the infant is capable of pulling things and can move his body around. Attach the probe to his feet; run the cable towards the end of the bed away from his body; secure the cable so that he cannot grab the cable or tangle him/her self. See our CMS60DW Reference page for more details.
The CMS60DW-WRP1 Handheld Pulse Oximeter is extremely easy to use and is ideal for respiratory monitoring in a home care setting. Providing fast and accurate readings, a bright, easy-to-read LED screen clearly displays your blood oxygen results, while a quantitative pulse strength bar depicts actual signal strength for a true indication of pulse strength and perfusion status. The Contec CMS60DW-WRP1 Handheld Pulse Oximeter uses two AA batteries that can provide power for extended measurements.
This device has a 24 hours data storage function that enables the user to store the measured pulse rate data and SpO2 data accurately, transfer the data to the computer via a USB cable, display the data and print reports (with the included software).
For more information on CMS60DW, download the user manual