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Dock/Battery Chargers, Physiologic Monitoring/Recording Module

Definition : Supporting structures (i.e., docks) designed to facilitate connectivity to physiologic monitoring and recording modules and/or for automated charging of their internal rechargeable batteries. These docks (also known as docking stations) typically consist of a structure made of metal, hard plastic, or a combination of these that is mounted on the wall or placed on a tabletop. The docks hold and provide appropriate connectors to plug-in or cradle the handheld or portable module, facilitating their connectivity and/or providing means to recharge their internal batteries. The docks may also include wired or wireless connection to other devices such as configured monitors and/or infusion pump, communication, or information systems facilitating the download of data; a power converter (e.g., 120 VAC to 12 VDC); and a line cord for connection to the mains.

Entry Terms : "Modular Physiologic Monitor Dock/Battery Chargers" , "Modular Physiologic Monitor Docking/Charging Stations"

UMDC code : 26826

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Masimo Corp

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Masimo (NASDAQ: MASI) is a global medical technology company that develops and manufactures innovative noninvasive patient monitoring technologies, including medical devices and a wide array of sensors.

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