The first modular obstetric
monitor in the world
Basing on the demand of specialized monitor specialized use, with
years’ experience of specialized monitor manufacturing, Comen launches
C20 Obstetric Monitor, the first modular obstetric monitor in the word.
Regarding obstetric care, we not only care about the fetus, but also the mother. Usually, it needs different monitoring function during antepartum examination, antepartum first aid, intrapartum and postpartum recovery. Just in one gravida care, it might needs fetal monitor, fetal&Maternal monitor, emergency transport monitor and multi-parameter patient monitor.
Using too many monitors makes work more complicated, so Comen launched the first modular obstetric monitor C20 Obstetric Monitor in the world, the monitor can meet all demand from obstetric care, makes work easier.
Integrated modular design
The multi-measurement module comes to emergency transport and postpartum monitoring, the module with 4.3”touch
screen is also a standalone transport monitor, and it flexible meets the demand of postpartum transport and recovery monitoring.
Human-friendly slide screenC20 Obstetric Monitor carries Comen’s brand-new ConxOS operating system. ConxOS is specific OS applied to the medical monitoring field;
it uses preemptive Real-time multitasking technology, integrates with the current most advanced multi-process mode, the terse
and effective system overhead &resource utilizations insure more smooth running. As a medical monitoring software,
ConxOS’s stability and accuracy offers operation security for medical staff, as well as great 3D visual touch experience in
the creation of ergonomics.
High precision thermal printer
C20 Obstetric Monitor has build-in 152mm high precision thermal printer with 144mm effective print width.
Its intellectualized Cali-Rec printing calibration function can automatically adjust the paper and
solve the problem of paper jam and paper deflection.
It is able to detect and close the printer cover in real time and prompt remind information on the screen.
Human-oriented design can prevent error operation and improve clinical effectiveness.