The Irvine, Calif.-based company’s Rainbow acoustic monitoring system is designed to non-invasively and continuously measure respiration rate with the adhesive sensor, which features an integrated acoustic transducer.
Masimo said that the RAS-45 features a smaller size, making it more useful for pediatric patients or patients with shorter necks, the company said. The device features transparent adhesive and greater flexibility than its RAS-125c adhesive.
“RAM harnesses the power of our breakthrough signal processing technology and applies it to a respiratory measurement derived from the sound of breathing. With the addition of the RAS-45 sensor, RRa is now a more convenient and comfortable measurement for clinicians and patients—especially children,” founder & CEO Joe Kiani said in a press release.
Earlier this month, Masimo said it won FDA 510(k) clearance for its Rad-97 pulse co-oximeter and launched the device in the US.
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