Universal ReSposableTM
SpO2 Sensor System

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The revolutionary new sensor system that offers the performance and comfort of a single-patient-use disposable sensor with the cost-effectiveness and environmental advantages of a reusable sensor

Reusable + Disposable = ReSposable

Hospitals are facing more pressure than ever to reduce costs and implement green initiatives while maintaining infection control practices to protect patients and staff from the risks of cross-contamination.

Disposable pulse oximetry sensors have historically offered the best performance, greatest ease of use, and most comfort, but do generate waste. Reprocessing sensors may appear to lower the per sensor price, but third-party reprocessed sensors do not offer the same performance or quality as new sensors and are labor intensive. In addition, reprocessing itself requires additional manufacturing and transport, which negatively impacts the environment. Reusable sensors may offer low environmental impact, but do not offer the same performance, comfort, or reduction of cross-contamination risk as disposable sensors.

Greener > Easier > Cost-Effective > Superior Performance

The new Masimo ReSposable Sensor was created after more than ten years of research and development with feedback from hundreds of clinicians on what they wanted most in a sensor—less waste, more value, and superior performance. The revolutionary new Universal ReSposable sensor system offers the performance and comfort of a single-patient-use disposable sensor with the cost-effectiveness and environmental advantages of a reusable sensor.

Two-piece Design Includes a Reusable Sensor and a Disposable Sensor

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ReSposable – Perfect for Your Hospital’s Green Initiatives

Up to 90% less waste vs. only 34% less waste with reprocessing*

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Up to 41% lower carbon footprint vs. 43% higher carbon footprint with reprocessing*

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ReSposable sensors generate significantly less green house gas emissions than reprocessed sensors. Reprocessed sensors actually have a higher carbon footprint than new sensors, due to greater green house gas emissions from transport, reprocessing, and decontamination procedures.

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Carbon footprint calculations validated by Carbonfund.org in November, 2011.

 

* Waste calculated by sensor weight for 40% reprocessed sensors with a mix of 80% Adult and Pediatric sensors, 20% Neo and infant sensors. Carbon footprint comparisons calculated by lbs. CO2 emissions with same reprocess mix as waste.

 

Application and Sensor Components

 

  • S-DOS 25

    Adult Sensor
    > 30 kg
S-DOS 25
  • S-DOS 20

    Pediatric Sensor
    10 - 50 kg
s-dos 20
  • S-DOS 30L

    Large Adult
    > 40 kg

    Infant
    3 - 10 kg

S-DOS 20L
  • S-DOS 25L

    Neonatal/Adult
    < 3 kg or >30 kg
S-DOS-30L
  • S-DOS 20L

    Infant
    3-30kg
S-DOS 25Pt-L
  • S-DOS 25Pt-L

    Neonatal
    <1 kg
M-LNCS YI
  • S-DOS 20L 500

    Neonatal
    < 1 kg
S-DOS-30L
  • LNCS S-ROS 3U
LNCS S-ROS 3U
  • M-LNCS S-ROS 3U
S-ROS 12U
  • Red S-ROS 12U

Red S-ROS 12U
  • S-ROS 12U

S-ROS 12U
  • SpaceLabs S-ROS 12U
SpaceLabs S-ROS 12U
  • Philips S-ROS 12U

Philips S-ROS 12U
  • DB9 S-ROS 12U

DB9 S-ROS 12U
  • GE S-ROS 12U

GE S-ROS 12U
  • MAC 395 S-ROS 12U
MAC 395 S-ROS 12U
  • MAC 180 S-ROS 12U
MAC 180 S-ROS 12U
  • MAC GE S-ROS 12U
M-LNCS YI
  • MAC SL S-ROS 12U
MAC SL S-ROS 12U
  • MAC SL2 S-ROS 12U
MAC SL2 S-ROS 12U
  • MAC CMS S-ROS 12U
MAC CMS S-ROS 12U