Xhale Assurance Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor, case of 20 Pulse oximetry

Xhale Assurance Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor, case of 20

Pulse oximetry

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The disposable Xhale Assurance Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor* measures arterial oxygen saturation at the ala, which is an optimal measurement site for difficult-to-measure patients. It produces a strong, consistent signal, even in patients with poor perfusion. Designed for comfort and durability, the sensor is non-adhesive and can be used for up to seven days.

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Product details
Product details
Use with Philips Healthcare Equipment
  • M1020B M3001A MP2, X2 MX100, X3 MP5, MP5SC, MP5T
Product Category
  • SpO₂
Use with Non-Philips Healthcare Equipment
  • Yes
Product Type
  • Sensor
Single-Patient Use OR Multi-Patient Use
  • Single-patient use
CE Certified
  • Yes
Package Weight
  • 1.36 kg (3 lbs)
Packaging Unit
  • 20 sensors
Not manufactured with natural rubber latex
  • Yes
Minimum Shelf Life
  • Three years
Sterile OR Non-Sterile
  • Non-sterile
SpO2 Sensor
SpO2 Sensor
Patient Application
  • Pediatric and adult
Application Site
  • Nasal ala
Adapter Cable Compatibility
  • M1943A, M1943AL
Cable Length
  • 1 m (3.28 ft)
  • * M1140A Xhale Assurance Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor is not released in all geographies. Please check with your Philips representative for complete portfolio availability.
  • 1. Morey TE, et al. Feasibility and accuracy of nasal alar pulse oximetry. British Journal of Anesthesia. Advance Access published April 15, 2014.
  • 2. Melker RJ, et al. Earlier Detection of Desaturation NADIR from the Nasal Ala. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Technology in Anesthesia, January 2013.
  • 3. Comparative Desaturation Study performed at Xhale Assurance, Inc. and University of Florida, 2012. Data on file at Xhale Assurance, Inc.
  • 4. Shallom M, Prentice D, Sona C, Mazuski J. Comparison of Nasal and Forehead Oximetry Accuracy and Pressure Injury in Critically Ill Patients. Critical Care Medicine. 2016;44:12(Suppl.).