Midmark 4-000-0724 IQvitals Zone Wireless Monitor with Serenity BP, Exergen TemporalScanner and Masimo SpO2

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Features include: Easy-to-use touchscreen, accurate measurements, framework provides a seamless connection.

The only wireless vital signs monitor that auto-connects with a computer using zero clicks and imports data directly into the EMR, eliminating manual transcription errors. Since the consolidation of medical practices into integrated health systems, many providers are finding it difficult to establish network-wide operational standards. These variables can have a significant, adverse impact on costs and outcomes. Vital signs acquisition is one process that is long overdue for change. IQvitals Zone was designed to save time and eliminate errors, helping improve costs and outcomes.


Midmark Zone technology connects the wireless monitor to a computer no cables, no manual pairing. As you move in and out of range of the vital signs monitor, your computer will automatically connect and disconnect through a secure bluetooth low energy (BLE) connection. Run all IQvitals functions at the point of care with our easy-to-use touchscreen or through your computer.


When the SPRINT BP Protocol is initiated, the screen displays a checklist to help ensure proper patient positioning techniques are followed. The technician may then leave the room so the patient is undisturbed to help reduce white coat hypertension. When the preset delay start timer expires, the IQvitals Zone device automatically captures three blood pressure measurements and produces the average reading.

It offers either step deflation or serenity BP linear deflation to deliver quick, accurate measurements that are more comfortable for the patient. Each IQvitals Zone device comes standard with an Exergen TemporalScanner thermometer..


Connect the device to the exam chair with the integrated digital scale to weigh patients quickly and discreetly from the comfort of the exam chair. Then, data can be imported directly into the EMR. The IQconnect framework provides a seamless connection from devices to the EMR system. In other words, it allows the user to operate all devices and import data into the EMR from one single pane of glass - the computer screen.

Ergonomic Options

Choose from two options, a sturdy mobile cart or articulating wall mount arm. With adjustable height and an expanded range of motion, you can work from the most comfortable position whether seated or standing.

In-room Wireless Monitor with Mobile PC
  • At the height of this new way of thinking is the in-room wireless monitor workflow using a mobile PC. By taking advantage of this ecosystem of fully integrated devices, you can effortlessly connect with zero clicks an acquire vital signs consistently and efficiently, importing data into the EMR
  • This device is located near the patient
  • Place the laptop on wireless monitor and prep the patient
  • Once vital signs capture is initiated, the device and laptop auto-pair
  • Mobile Wireless Monitor with Mobile PC

    This workflow supports the use of assigned or floating laptops for vital signs and diagnostic tests, and allows the vital signs device to be easily shared between rooms. Simply place the PC on the wireless monitor work surface for effortless auto-pairing. Capture the patient’s vital signs data and import it directly into the EMR using the wireless monitor device.

    Mobile Wireless Monitor with In-room PC

    This workflow is well suited for situations where there is a dedicated computer in each room and allows the vital signs device to be easily shared between rooms. Simply bring the mobile vital signs device to the room, then connect to the PC and the EMR. Capture the patient’s vital signs simultaneously using the digital wireless monitor device.

    In-room Wireless Monitor with In-room PC

    This workflow is ideal for thin-client environments or other situations where moving equipment from room to room is less than desirable. The device is mounted in the room and remains connected to a dedicated PC or laptop. Simply log in to the EMR from the dedicated PC and you are ready to capture the measurements. When not in use, the vital signs device can be used as a secondary work surface.

Additional Specifications:
  • Product Type: Wireless Monitor
  • Dimensions: 12" (L) x 11.5" (W) x 2.75" (H)
  • Power Requirements: 100-240 VAC, 50/690 Hz, 1.5 A MAX
  • Connectivity: USB (Client)
  • Battery Type: Rechargeable 7.2 V lithium Ion
  • Battery Hours: 6 hours to Fully Charge
Environmental Specifications
  • Cooling: Natural Convection
  • Operating Humidity: 15 to 90% non-condensing
  • Storage Temperature: -4° to 122° F (-20° to 50° C)
  • Storage Altitude: 0 to 40,000 feet (12,192 meters)
  • Operating Temperature: 50° to 104° F (10° to 40° C)
  • Operating Altitude: 0 to 10,000 feet (3,048 meters)
  • Storage Humidity: 15 to 95% non-condensing
  • EMC Standard: Per IEC 60601-1-2 and FCC Part 15 (Emissions Class A)
Safety Parameters
  • Type of Protection (Electrical): Class II
  • Degree of Protection (Electrical): Class II BF
  • Type of Water Protection: IPX1
  • Anesthesia Equipment Category: Not suitable for use in the presence of a Flammable Anesthetic Mixture with air
Non-Invasive Blood Pressure
  • Method: Oscillometric
  • Cuff:
    • Child
    • Small Adult
    • Adult
    • Adult Long
    • Large Adult
    • Large Adult Long
    • Thigh
    Derived Parameters
    • Systolic
    • Diastolic
    • Mean Arterial Pressure
    Measurement Range
    • Systolic: 50 to 260 mmHg
    • Mean: 30 to 230 mmHg
    • Diastolic: 20 to 210 mmHg
    Measurement Accuracy
    • Systolic: ±5 mmHg,
    • Mean: ±5 mmHg
    • Diastolic: ±5 mmHg
  • Pulse Rate Accuracy: ±5% or ±3 BPM, whichever is greater
  • Pulse Rate Range: 40 to 200 BPM
  • Type: Exergen Temporal Scanner, infrared thermometer
  • Measurement Scale: Fahrenheit (F) or Celsius (C)
  • Measurement Range: 61 to 110° F (16 to 43° C)
  • Measurement Accuracy: ± 0.2° F or 0.1° C Per ASTM E1112
  • Measurement Time: ~0.04 second
Pulse Oximetry (SpO2)(Masimo)
  • Method Absorption: Absorption - Spectrophotometric
  • SpO2 / PR Resolution: 1 O2% / 1 BPM
  • Report Interval: 1 Second
  • Measurement Range (No motion, Adult/Pediatric):
    • SpO2: 1-100%
    • PR: 20 to 240 BPM
  • Measurement Accuracy (No motion, Adult/Pediatric): 25-240 ± 3 bpm
Unit of Measure (UOM)Each
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