Pediatric Diagnostics Equipment - MRI Medical Devices help pediatricians determine and diagnose their pediatric patients with any diseases and medical conditions from birth through patients aged 21 or younger. It is important for medical facilities to be equipped with the minimum essential medical equipment such as Monoscopes and accessories, Sphygmomanometers, Pulse Oximeters, Laryngoscopes and accessories and Electrodes to properly and safely diagnose and treat their pediatric patients.
Pediatricians working with young patients in a hospital or clinic setting utilize Pulse Oximeters to determine the amount of oxygen in a patient's blood. Vital sign monitors display a patients heart rate, pulse, respiration rate and blood pressure. Soft Ear Monoscopes address sound transmission challenges for the anesthesiologist due to the irregular and variable shape of the ear canal. MRI Precordial Chestpiece is a diverse accessory when heart and breath sounds need to be monitored. Much of this basic diagnostic equipment may be used in the care of adults as well.