Central Monitor

Central Monitor
Central Monitor
Shown with options
Designed for patient safety
Central Monitoring System
The ward
can be a room
with a view
Dual wide display
One main unit can have two displays that operate separately
and display different information. You can view all patient
information on a combination of two display monitors.
Up to 32 patients
Up to 32 patients can be simultaneously monitored.
Easy alarm setup
Alarms for 8 basic parameters can set on one screen.
Touch screen operation
Easy and fast. Just touch the parameter you want to change.
Reliable alarms
You can reduce false alarms by reviewing alarm and
measurement conditions on the alarm review screen.
Flexible 72-hour data storage
The nine different review screens are time synchronized
with each other so you can review the same patient event in
different ways.
Up to 32 patients
The CNS-6201 central monitor provides up to 32 patients simultaneous monitoring. You
can connect any Life scope series bedside monitors by Ethernet LAN. You can also monitor
telemetry patients’ transmitter signals with a multi patient receiver to create the ideal hardwired,
telemetry, or mixed system for your facility.
Flexible screen
for any number
of patients
32 patients (dual display)
1 wave
16 patients
1 wave
8 patients
12 patients
2 waves
6 patients
1 wave
10 patients
2 waves
4 patients
1 wave
2 waves
3 waves
3 waves
4 waves
6 waves
Easy alarm setup
Alarm levels of 8 basic parameters can set on one screen.
Multi patient limits screen
The multi patient limits screen helps you set alarms more efficiently. Alarm levels
for up to 8 patients are shown on one screen so you can check and change
alarm settings compared to other patients.
Touch screen operation
Operating menus are similar to other Life scope series monitors. Most functions
can be done in just 3 steps. With an NKD-ELO24 LCD display (24-inch color),
you can operate the monitor by touch screen. You can also use a local purchase
display and operate the monitor by keyboard and mouse.
Reliable alarms
Typical central monitors cause too many false alarms so staff can’t rely on them.
Many false alarms are caused by technical alarms and unsuitable alarm settings.
In order to improve this, a new Multi Patient Alarm Event
window was added to CNS-6201. This can help reduce false
alarms and provide high quality patient care.
Alarm type hide and display
In the multi patient alarm event window, you can hide or display specific alarm types.
• Limit alarm
Vital signs alarms indicate the condition of each parameter.
• Arrhythmia alarm
You can check the frequency of arrhythmias on one screen.
This can show the effect of arrhythmia drugs.
• Technical alarms
This can help manage the electrode replacement cycle.
Technical status signal
You can display the frequency of technical alarms
in the last hour, indicated by specified color. This
shows at a glance the measuring conditions such
as electrode attachment or noise.
Green (Good):
less than 10 alarms in one hour
Yellow (Not Bad):
10 to 29 alarms in one hour
Red (Bad):
over 30 alarms in one hour
Alarm related features
Optional alarm indicator
The alarm indicator on the top of
the display can be clearly seen at
a distance. The blinking or steady
lighting condition and color shows
alarm information. The blinking alarm
indicator can also be synchronized
with heart rate, blood pressure or
SpO2 of a selected patient.
Color coded alarm level
Alarms are indicated by a blinking frame and highlighted message.
Red shows CRISIS alarms and orange shows WARNING alarms.
Flexible 72-hour data storage
Synchronized review data
All 9 review screens are time-synchronized so that when you find an alarm
or arrhythmia episode, you can see the same event on other review screens
as full disclosure, trend or numeric data to check details.
9 ways
1) Trend graphs
Trend graphs of 4 parameters
and 2 events of the last 72
hours can be displayed.
2) Tabular trends
Numeric data of measured
parameters for the latest
72 hours can be displayed
in a table.
9) Alarm events window
72-hour alarm lists for 8
persons can be displayed
at the same time. There are
3 types of alarm displays:
vital sign alarms, arrhythmia
alarms, and technical alarms.
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3) Hemodynamics data
Up to 256 hemodynamics
measurements can be
displayed in 8 rows per
4) Arrhythmia recall
Up to 768 eight-second arrhythmia
episodes for each patient can be
stored and reviewed.
to review
8) Alarm history
The latest 1,000 files can be saved
for each bed. The alarm history
window displays the file list with
report creation time, alarm levels,
parameters, descriptions, and other
7) 12-lead ECG analysis
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12-lead ECG analysis
waveform, average
waveform, comparison
waveforms, and analysis
reports from the bedside
monitor can be displayed.
6) Full disclosure ECG
5) ST recall
Six 72-hour full disclosure
waveforms for each patient
can be stored and reviewed
with an optional program kit.
ST recall files are created at specified
intervals. Up to 4,320 files can be saved.
7 files can be displayed at the same time.
Flexible configuration
An optional multiple patient receiver unit receives signals from up to 8 patients’
Life Scope Network
With optional NetKonnect, you can review real-time patient data anytime and
anywhere from your PC with a web browser.
HL7 Gateway
An HL7 gateway connects the LS-NET monitor network to the HIS (Hospital
Information System). With the HL7 gateway, vital sign data in the bedside
monitor can be transferred using HL7 protocol.
Hospital Network
HL7 Gateway
Doctor’s office
General ward
General ward
Web browser
Display unit
Waveform display method: Non-fade, fixed trace
Number of traces
1 to 6 traces per patient (up to 32 patients)
Sweep speed
50, 25, 6.25 mm/s
Waveform display items ECG, IBP, Respiration wave, Pulse (SpO2), EEG, Flow/Paw, CO2, External input,
(depends on the connected monitor)
Anesthetic gas
Alphanumeric display items
Heart rate, Pulse rate, VPC rate, Respiration rate, ST level, IBP (systolic, diastolic,
(depends on the connected monitor)
mean), Temperature, SVO2, Flow/Paw, N2O, O2, Agent, BIS, TcPO2, TV, MV, PEEP,
Arrhythmia detection items
Asystole, VF, Extended Tachycardia, Extended Bradycardia, VT, Tachycardia,
Bradycardia, VPC Run, Couplet, Early VPC, Multiform, Bigeminy, Frequent VPC,
Prolonged RR
Arrhythmia recall
768 arrhythmia recall files for each bed
ST recall
4,320 ST recall files for each bed
Trend display format: Trend graph and Tabular trend
Trend display time: 1, 8, 24, 72 hours
Full disclosure
72-hour full disclosure waveform data for up to 6 waveforms
ECG 12-lead analysis
Saves up to 64 files of ECG analysis results for each bed
Alarm history
Saves up to 1,000 alarm history events for each bed
Alarm event
Saves 72-hour alarm events for each bed
Recorder unit
Paper speed: 25 mm/s
Number of channels: 2
Printed items: Patient information, Date and time, Waveform and measurement
data, Record type, Paper speed
Laser printer
Paper size: A4/letter
Record type: Multi wave, Multi wave freeze, ECG 12-lead, Trend graph, Tabular
trend, Arrhythmia recall, Hemodynamic list, ST recall, Full disclosure waveform,
ECG 12-lead analysis result
For a full list of options and consumables, see the technical data separately available.
Main unit
LCD display
Recorder unit
Receiver unit
Alarm indicator, 2.5 m
WS-960P power unit
Alarm indicator, 5 m
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