GE CARESCAPE V100 vs Mindray Datascope Accutorr Plus - Patient Monitor Comparison - Soma Technology, Inc.

GE CARESCAPE V100 vs Mindray Datascope Accutorr Plus - Patient Monitor Comparison - Soma Technology, Inc.

GE CARESCAPE V100 vs Mindray Datascope Accutorr Plus

Patient Monitor Comparison

Soma Technology offers both the GE CARESCAPE V100 and the Mindray Datascope Accutorr Plus patient monitors. Both of these monitors can be mounted on a pole for easy transport around the hospital, or your facility. Clinicians and physicians can measure, display, and record patient vital sign data that is derived from each parameter. Each monitor can be equipped with a recorder for printing patient data and monitor NIBP, pulse rate, SpO2, and temperature. The V100 and the Accutorr Plus can be used on adults, neonates, and can be used in a pediatric setting. They each come standard with Lead Acid internal rechargeable batteries, but the Mindray Accutorr Plus has an optional Lithium-Ion battery.

GE Carescape V100 Dimensions

  • Height: 7.7” (19.5 cm)
  • Width: 8.6” (21.9 cm)
  • Depth: 5.3” (13.5 cm)
  • Weight: 5.4 lbs (2.4 kg)

Mindray Datascope Accutorr Plus Dimensions

  • Height: 10.6” (26.93 cm)
  • Width: 7.5” (19 cm)
  • Depth: 8.32” (20.83 cm)
  • Weight: 11 lbs (4.95 kg)

 

Even though both monitors can be running two different kinds of batteries, they have about the same runtime depending on the configuration, settings, and the parameters they are monitoring. Averaged out, both monitors can run for about 8 hours on their internal batteries. Both the GE V100 and the Mindray Accutorr Plus can be recharged in about 8 hours with the standard Lead Acid batteries. If the Accutorr is configured with a Lithium-Ion battery, the charge time reduces to about 2 hours.

The CARESCAPE V100 and the Datascope Accutorr Plus can both be configured with Massimo or Nellcor SpO2 depending on what your facility wants. As you can see from the image above, both screens read the same data the same way. Both of these monitors are very similar to one another and picking one over another could be a hard choice. The GE CARESCAPE V100 is synonymous with its small size and blue color. The Mindray Accutorr Plus has the optional Lithium-Ion battery that reduces the charge time.

Soma Technology, Inc. offers demo and refurbished patient monitors up to 50% below OEM prices with the same service and warranty as new. When choosing soma, you know you are getting the best equipment at affordable prices without sacrificing patient safety. Soma technically and cosmetically refurbishes all of their equipment. When a unit comes into the facility it is inspected and tested. If some parts are not functioning properly, they will be replaced before the unit is calibrated. After calibration, the unit goes through special cosmetic restoration. The Unit is cleaned, sanded, repainted, and new decals are added if necessary. Before the equipment is labeled as “patient-ready” it undergoes one last final inspection to make sure all the aspects of the unit are functioning properly. After passing the final inspection and QC check, the unit is packaged up and ready for shipment.

Final Thoughts

Depending on what patient monitor your facility needs/wants, Soma can help you make that decision based on your specific situation. Do you have any questions about the V100 or the Accutorr Plus? You can reach us by commenting below, calling 1-800-GET-SOMA, or sending an email to [email protected]. However, you get in touch with us a dedicated technical or sales representative will be happy to answer your questions.

Have you used both of these patient monitors before? Which one do you like better?

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