Philips IntelliVue MP5 bedside patient monitor provides actionable information about your patients. It delivers IntelliVue monitoring power and functionality in a compact, rugged housing to serve a wide range of care environments.
Connect the monitor to a large display solution with optional IntelliVue XDS software. This high-resolution bedside display allows you to see vital patient information at a distance. An XDS remote-control lets you work comfortably.
Essential measurements to support informed decisions
Philips is committed to providing excellent standard measurements such as 12-lead ECG (both conventional and derived using EASI(TM) or Hexad method),multi-lead arrhythmia and ST segment analysis, choice of capnography with mainstream, sidestream or Microstream CO₂ (including integrated Pulmonary Index), invasive pressure, temperature and a choice of pulse oximetry with Philips FAST SpO₂, Nellcor™ OxiMax™ SpO₂ or Masimo® rainbow® SET® SpO₂(including certain Masimo rainbow parameters).
IntelliVue Guardian Early Warning Sco... || Advanced Clinical Decision Sup
IntelliVue Guardian Early Warning Score on a spot-check monitor
Aids clinicians in early recognition of subtle signs of patient deterioration. The Early Warning Score is designed to facilitate fast intervention to enhance patient care.
Flexible connectivity || Continuous connection
Flexible MX40 connection with short range radio
Connects to the IntelliVue MX40 via Short Range Radio for additional vital signs parameters and continuous monitoring with flexibility for supporting high acuity patients.
ST Map || Advanced Clinical Decision Sup
ST Map to recognize changes
This feature collects ST values and trends derived from the vertical (limb leads) and horizontal (chest leads) planes into an integrated mind's eye view. It can help clinicians recognize ST changes and their location in the heart more easily.
ProtocolWatch || Advanced Clinical Decision Sup
ProtocolWatch to simplify evidence-based care
Simplifies sepsis care by continually checking monitoring data against care protocol criteria to help provide information when it matters most. Whenever criteria for sepsis are met, ProtocolWatch prompts clinicians for the tests, observations, or interventions indicated by the protocol. ProtocolWatch also produces a log that can be printed for documentation and quality improvement.