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ezRIP and zRIP DuraBelt inductance respiratory effort sensors

Category: Diagnostics

Now introducing ezRIP combination module/wireset sensor
In today’s challenging times, ezRIP effort modules provide a financially sound solution for incorporating RIP technology into your sleep facility. ezRIP is ideal when incorporating RIP technology for the first time or replacing an existing RIP module. The module operates with our zRIP DuraBelt effort sensor belts.

The enhanced zRIP DuraBelt is designed to help sleep lab professionals acquire reliable, clear, and accurate respiratory effort signals.

zRIP DuraBelt offers enhanced cleaning procedures and dual-sided adjustments, a modified robust buckle design, and a woven wire sensor. The sensor belts have been designed for complete patient coverage while providing true breathing movement tracings with no false paradoxing.

The zRIP module is available in a two- or three-channel model. The three-channel model includes a summing channel that can be used to approximate flow.
- Enhanced cleaning – use soap and warm water, or one of the more common cleaners used in a sleep lab
-zRIP DuraBelt may be cleaned with Amphyl Hospital Bulk Disinfectant Cleaner, DisCide ULTRA Disinfectant, or CaviCide when used according to the manufacturer’s instructions
- Dual-sided adjustment to help make initial placement, and adjustments during the night, easier on the patient
- Robust buckle design to provide increased durability by integrating the jack/connection in one solid interface, minimizing strain on the woven sensor
- Available in adult and pediatric kits
Requires no calibration
- Compatible with all current PSG systems

Respiratory inductance plethysmography (RIP) is not new, but is widely misunderstood as the effort signals received on the polysomnograph are vastly different than piezo signals.

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Product Specifications

  • Typical PSG Sensitivity: 10-50 µV/mm
  • Typical PSG Low frequency filter: 0.16 Hz or lower
  • Typical PSG High frequency filter: 5-15 Hz
  • Typical signal amplitude: 1mV peak-to-peak
  • Module Power Requirements: Two AAA batteries
  • Module Feature: Battery test light
  • Module Feature: Belt wireset 7.0 ft (2.1 m)
  • Connectors: System dependent

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