In 1972, AMEC introduced its new, multiple-function patient monitor, the Abbograph Recorder. The Abbograph could simultaneously monitor the administration of anesthetic gases, as well as twelve physiological functions, including heart rate, respiration, body temperature and four separate pressures (systolic, diastolic and mean blood pressure, and venous pressure.) These were automatically recorded on specially-printed chart paper. The apparatus was produced into the 1980s. It was marketed for use by anesthesiologists during surgery and recovery, and in the intensive care unit.
Catalog Record: Abbograph Recorder Contact [email protected] for catalog record.