GE Dinamap Carescape V100

February 12, 2018
GE Dinamap Carescape V100

GE Dinamap Carescape V100

GE Dinamap Carescape V100

Patient monitors are vital in health care. They provide monitoring tools that detail the current state of health for a patient.This GE V100 has speed and mobility to diagnose problems as quickly as possible. The Carescape V100 also provides a high level of accuracy.  Using advanced algorithms, this patient monitor measures consistency across all clinical areas.

This GE Dinamap Carescape V100, like most patient monitors, measures pulse oximetry, NIBP, and temperature.


Pulse oximetry measures the saturation of oxygen in the body. NIBP is non-invasive blood pressure, with a blood pressure cuff attached to the monitor. Temperature monitors the body temperature of the patient. It will let the caretaker know if a person is hypothermic, hyperthermic, normal, or having a fever. Other features include recording. Options include Nellcor or Massimo SpO2.

The 2-in-1 monitor can be used for spot check and continuous monitoring. The NIBP can be determined in as little as 14 seconds. The Exergen TemporalScanner thermometer provides fast and accurate temperatures. The battery has a long run time; usually can run for 8 to 11 hours before needing to be charged. The SuperSTAT blood pressure algorithms support speed, comfort, and artifact rejection for all types of patients.


The monitor needs to have a protection against electrical shock for when it is internally powered. It needs to be specified as Class II for it is in use from an external power supply. There are 3 fuses within the monitor. This monitor needs to operate between 40 and 100 degrees.

The printer type is a thermal dot array. The charge time of the battery is 5 hours from full discharge. The entire weight of the monitor is a bit over 5 pounds, so it can be used with ease of transport.

Final Thoughts

Have you ever used a GE Dinamap Carescape V100? Did you like it? Do you prefer your monitors to have other features? Comment Below!



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