ApexPro CH Telemetry System

Patient care and outcomes are clinicians’ top priorities. The ApexPro CH telemetry system addresses both with exceptional detection and analysis of patient data to help you monitor your ambulating patients’ status more fully and accurately.

Delivering proven reliability and innovative clinical technology for centralized or decentralized monitoring approaches, ApexPro CH telemetry system helps reduce the possibility of transmission interference, dropout, and downtime, enabling better care and better outcomes.

Clinical excellence begins with operational excellence

ApexPro CH telemetry system is built for both longevity and enhanced monitoring performance. It uses the EK-Pro clinical algorithm, which processes and analyzes up to five independent, dual V-leads for enhanced arrhythmia monitoring and ST segment changes. Plus, an innovative Smart Leads Fail feature ensures monitoring and algorithm analysis are uninterrupted in the event of an electrode failure.
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Monitoring flexibility

With ApexPro CH telemetry, vital patient details are available through a variety of information-viewing devices to enable constant vigilance and workflow flexibility. When clinical intelligence can be accessed in so many convenient ways, caregivers are empowered to respond quickly to critical situations and take appropriate action. While in Combination Mode, CARESCAPE modular monitors can display ApexPro CH telemetry waveforms alongside other vital signs, saving the time and inconvenience of disconnecting and reconnecting the patient to telemetry. In Rover Combo Mode, a wireless GE Healthcare monitor and ApexPro CH telemetry together create a powerful mobile monitoring solution.

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Next-level monitoring capabilities

ApexPro CH telemetry uses innovative Masimo SET® Measure-through Motion and Low Perfusion pulse oximetry technology with a Masimo uSpO2 Pulse Oximetry Cable, which delivers accurate oxygen-saturation (SpO2) and pulse rate readings for a high detection of true events and a low incidence of false events. This technology may not only help reduce alarm fatigue, it also enables clinicians to intervent earlier, leading clinicians intervene earlier—leading to stronger patient outcomes.

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Exceptional battery life

The ApexPro CH telemetry system's battery-efficient design is proven to last a minimum of 120 hours without accessories and 60 with accessories, supporting most patient stays without a battery change and enabling better workflows.

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Pinpoint accuracy

ApexPro CH telemetry's two-vector analysis helps ensure accurate pace detection, increasing the system’s ability to recognize when a patient’s pacemaker is being utilized.

Advanced telemetry. Better patient care.

  • Extended range of coverage

    Equipped with the CARESCAPE Telemetry T14 transmitter, the ApexPro CH telemetry system lets you monitor up to 438 patients across your coverage area. Featuring exclusive Dynamic Spatial Adaptive Attenuation (DSA2) technology and quad-diversity antennas that can search up to four separate antenna fields per second—it provides the best signal from each patient for enhanced telemetry coverage throughout the hospital.
  • Built to last

    The ApexPro CH telemetry system features a durable construction built to handle the demands of clinical environments and is proven to withstand multiple drops from up to four feet.
  • Protected medical wireless spectrum

    ApexPro CH telemetry offers a Wireless Medical Telemetry Service (WMTS)-protected, wireless patient monitoring system that helps protect against signal interference and dropout. The system operates in both the 608 to 614 MHz and 1395 to 1400 MHz ranges, giving you flexibility and scalability to reduce the possibility of external interference in any RF environment.
  • Why WMTS instead of Wi-Fi?

    According to the American Society for Health Care Engineering (ASHE) WMTS (Wireless Medical Telemetry Service) User Information Guide (V 10.1 December 2016) in the chapter titled "Why use WMTS?" considerations for use of WMTS spectrum (i.e., 608-614, 1395-1400, and 1427-1433 MHz) include:

    • This is the only designated frequency spectrum for medical telemetry systems
    • You are protected from interference due to other wireless devices
    • There are comparatively fewer interference sources
    • Both the FCC and FDA encourage use of WMTS
    • Frequencies are coordinated to ensure interference-free operation

Supporting Materials

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