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Patient Monitoring with Bispectral Index EEG Sensors

As a dedicated and long-serving supplier of medical devices to the NHS, Viamed is committed to helping to lower NHS expenditure through the supply of cost-saving, high quality products.

Please allow me to introduce our new range – a series of disposable, single-use EEG sensors, a low-cost alternative compatible for use with existing BISTM monitors. Designed to monitor and assess the depth of anaesthesia using the Bispectral Index (BIS)TM derived from EEG signals, this technology provides real-time insights into a patient's consciousness and electrical brain activity during surgical procedures.

BIS EEG Sensors

Key Features of Our BISTM EEG Sensors:

  • Disposable Single-Use Design: Designed for up to 24 hours of continuous use. Disposable to minimise infection control concerns.
  • Compatibility: Compatible with a wide range of BISTM monitors and modules, facilitating easy integration into your existing monitoring system.
  • Clinically Tested Measurement Accuracy: Rigorous clinical testing to ensure high measurement accuracy, enabling precise and reliable depth of anaesthesia monitoring.
  • Soft and Biocompatible Material: Manufactured from soft and bio-compatible materials, minimising discomfort and ensuring a positive patient experience during monitoring.
  • Latex-Free: Latex-free to minimise risk to patients and healthcare professionals.

By incorporating these compatibles BISTM EEG Sensors into your hospital's monitoring system, you can expect:

  • Enhanced infection control through the use of disposable sensors
  • Seamless integration with your existing BISTM monitors and modules
  • Reliable and precise monitoring of depth of anaesthesia
  • Cost saving alternative to OEM sensors

For pricing or any further enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact our
sales team at 01535 634542 between 8:30 am and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday or email

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