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Spacelabs Healthcare Partners with Masimo to Bring Advanced Measurements to Spacelabs Patient Monitors

Spacelabs HealthcareSpacelabs Healthcare, a division of OSI Systems Inc., and Masimo announced that they have extended their partnership in patient monitoring to integrate SET pulse oximetry, NomoLine capnography, rainbow SET Pulse CO-Oximetry, SedLine brain function monitoring, and O3 regional oximetry into select Spacelabs multi-parameter monitors.

“We are pleased to extend our partnership with Masimo as an important element of our mission to empower the care team to achieve superior outcomes,” said Spacelabs President Shalabh Chandra. “Masimo’s suite of advanced measurements, combined with Spacelabs’ innovative patient monitoring systems, helps us present a clear picture of the patient’s condition, prompting caregivers to take the right action at the right time.”

Jon Coleman, President of Worldwide OEM Sales and Global Health at Masimo, added, “We are pleased to have the opportunity to partner with Spacelabs to bring so many of our advanced parameters to hospitals equipped with their innovative patient monitors, helping them provide the best care possible. Together, we can help clinicians gain more insight into their patients’ physiological status — ultimately helping them improve outcomes.”

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