GE Dinamap Procare 300

GE Dinamap Procare 300

GE Dinamap Procare 300 Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Monitor

Patient monitors are used ubiquitously as the standard for monitoring patient’s vitals. While this one is not an EKG, it can monitor heart rate, pulse oximetry and temperature. Patient monitors are found in hospitals, surgery centers, clinics, and doctor’s offices. One of our best selling patient monitors is the GE Dinamap Procare 300.

GE Dinamap Features

The Dinamap has a variety of technical features. This patient monitor comes standard with NIBP, SpO2, and a recorder. This monitor can be used for all patient populations including neonatal, pediatric, and adults. This machine is used in a variety of specialty settings such as the ER, GI lab, operating rooms, labor and delivery, and pain management.

GE Dinamap Procare 300 Specifications

This monitor has a sleek handle and stands at only 10 inches, making it the perfect unit to easily grab between patient rooms. Transportation is very easy. This machine does not need to be mounted, as it can stand on self-supporting rubber feet.

Requesting a GE Patient Monitor

Our sales team is willing to work on your request for any of our patient monitors, or for any of our other products. Our sales representatives have experience outfitting surgical centers, hospitals, and medical suites. Click here to find the sales representative that serves in your area. Each sales rep can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA, or by their direct line, and at [email protected].

Spare GE Parts

Soma Technology proudly carries stock parts for the different machines we sell. We have a large inventory of all types of parts for patient monitors, and especially for GE parts. Please call us at 1-860-578-1033 to speak with the Parts Department, or email us at [email protected].

Final Thoughts

Have you ever used the GE Dinamap Procare 300? Is there another type of NIBP monitor that you prefer using? What are your favorite features, or some that you would change? Comment below!

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