Timely, reliable monitoring is vital when trying to accurately assess a newborn’s oxygenation status at birth and when screening for congenital heart defects. Committed to improving care for this fragile patient population, Masimo has designed sensors and monitoring solutions specifically for newborns that provide clinicians with pertinent physiological data quickly and efficiently – without sacrificing accuracy.
Masimo’s breakthrough Signal Extraction Technology® (SET®) overcomes the limitations of conventional pulse oximetry with the ability to measure through motion and low perfusion. Two separate studies found that Masimo SET® pulse oximeters detected approximately 10 times more true events than other “Next Generation” pulse oximeters studied.1,2
Masimo SET® had 3% missed true alarms and 5% false alarms versus 43% and 28%, respectively, using competitor technology.3
Results shown are calculated by combining sensitivity and specificity outcomes of machine-generated and volunteer-generated motion.
In another study comparing the ability of three pulse oximetry technologies to detect hypoxic events, Masimo SET® pulse oximetry demonstrated the highest sensitivity and specificity during induced conditions of motion and low perfusion.3
Newborn Neonatal SpO2 sensors automatically configure Masimo SET® pulse oximeters for the fastest response time and maximum sensitivity settings, allowing clinicians to focus on patient care during newborn resuscitation.
Masimo SET® was the first pulse oximetry technology to receive FDA 510(k) clearance in the labeling to screen newborn patients for critical congenital heart disease (CCHD).5
To date, there have been five published CCHD screening studies, representing a total of 241,239 infants, that used exclusively Masimo SET® pulse oximeters and sensors6-10, two of which (59,876 subjects) were the basis for the CCHD workgroup recommendation for CCHD screening protocols.8,9,11 These studies, all using Masimo SET®, concluded that pulse oximetry, in conjunction with clinical assessment, improved screening sensitivity compared to routine physical exam alone.6-10
Multisite Y-I reusable sensors with soft foam wraps – which have been used in multiple prominent CCHD screening studies6-10 - enable quick, comfortable application and removal, without disturbing the patient.
RD SET™ Neo single-patient-use, wrap-around style sensors feature a flat, lightweight cable that lies comfortably on the patient’s hand or foot.
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American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). (2016). Textbook of Neonatal Resuscitation, 7th Ed.
Masimo 510(k) Summary - K120657
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