TCM400

The only portable system for simultaneous measurement of transcutaneous oxygen partial-pressure (tcpO2) with 6 electrodes

  • One monitor - Six measurement channels
  • Non-invasive and continuous transcutaneous monitoring
  • tcpo2-measurement for assessment of the microcirculation
  • Fast calibration in 2 to 3 minutes
  • Simple handling based on intuitive operation
  • WINDOWS software for data analysis and backups
  • Print and store examinations
 
Attributes and features
TCM400 is a non-invasive and continuous transcutaneous monitoring of the oxygen supply of the tissue (oxygenation/microcirculation).

  • Multi-channel monitor for simultaneous display of up to max. 6 measurement channels (can be retrofit)
  • Touchscreen
  • Fast calibration of all activated electrodes with one press of a button and within 2 to 3 minutes
  • Sensor temperature range from 37 to 45 °C
  • Sensors with very high measuring accuracy and low drift
  • Sensors react very quickly during the measurement, e.g. to provocation manoeuvres
 
  • Reliable measurements even at measurement points with poor blood circulation
  • Determination of the regional perfusion index (RPI)
  • Display data of a measurement procedure as trend curve or as a trend table
  • Portable (integrated rechargeable battery)
  • Intuitive operation
  • Documentation and storage of the examination
  • Connection to a USB printer
  • Data interface to PC
Application areas
Vascular diagnostics
A non-invasive and continuous transcutaneous monitoring of the oxygen supply of the tissue (oxygenation/microcirculation) can provide valuable diagnostic insights in these areas:

The transcutaneous oxygen partial pressure (tcpO2) supplies information on the oxygen supply of the tissue. Changes in the oxygen absorption, transport and the deoxygenation can be read from the tcpO2 value. If circulatory problems arise, they can be verified as peripheral vasoconstrictions in the skin – even before the major organs are damaged.

  • The tcpo2 measurement optimise the diagnosis on patients with peripheral angiopathy
  • Peripheral arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
  • Prognosis of the wound healing probability
  • Determination of the optimum amputation height
  • Post-operative healing prognoses
  • Vitality monitoring after lobe implantation

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