Products

TL-260T/TL-27xT/TL-535U: Single use SpO2 probes

Self-adhesive type


Adult finger/toe

  • For adult weighing 30kg or more: finger/toe
  • Adherent probes. Rarely slips even in long time use
  • Longitudinal winding tape
  • Has flat structure which can reduce topical compression

Child finger/toe

 

  • For child weighing from 10 to 50kg: finger/toe
  • Adherent probes. Rarely slips even in long time use
  • Longitudinal winding tape
  • Has flat structure which can reduce topical compression

Neonate instep

  • For neonate (instep) or for adult weighing 40kg or more (finger/toe)
  • Adherent probes. Rarely slips even in long time use
  • Horizontal winding tape
  • Has flat structure which can reduce topical compression

Neonate instep

  • For child weighing from 3-20kg: finger/toe
  • Adherent probes. Rarely slips even in long time use
  • Horizontal winding tape
  • Has flat structure which can reduce topical compression

 

Non-adhesive type


Non-adhesive, for sensitive skin

  • For Neonate and for Adult’s ear.
  • Adhesive compound does not touch skin


Attachment tape for TL-260T

  • S size: For neonate, for child weighing 3kg or more (finger/toe) or for low birth weight newborn weighing 1kg or less (instep and sole)
  • L size: For Neonate

Ear clip for adult, use with TL-260T

  • Always use with TL-260T
  • For adult weighing 30kg or more
  • Can attach clip to ear lobe easily
  • Silicon is applied to the clip avoid a slip

Non-adhesive, for sensitive skin

 

  • For neonates and low-birth-weight newborn

Attachment tape for TL-535U

 

  • For low-birth-weight newborn: hand/toe
  • Soft sponge is used for the part where touches skin and adhesive compound are not applied in order to reduce influence on skin
  • Uses hook and loop fasteners, easy to attach and exchange probes
  • Has flat structure which can reduce topical compression
  • Attachment tape which touches skin can be removed and replaced to keep it clean

 

Specifications

Reports and Documents

Official document and evidence evaluating the accuracy and the performance of Nihon Kohden probes.