NPi-300 Pupillometer
npi-300 pupillometer
pupil exam, pupil examination, pupil pressure measurement, pupil reaction, pupillary, pupillary light reflex, pupillometer, pupillometry
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Introducing the NPi-300 Pupillometer System

The state-of-the-art Pupillometer providing objective and trendable pupil size and reactivity as the Neurological Pupil index, NPi

NPi-300 Pupillometer

Completely accurate, reliable and objective pupil size and reactivity data independent of examiner

Pupil reactivity expressed numerically so that now changes in both pupil size and reactivity can be trended over time, just like other vital signs

Infrared camera, high-precision optics, processor and LED light source

Modern Graphical User Interface (GUI) features simple and intuitive icon-based navigation

Upgraded keypad – easy-to-press buttons designed for fast and simple navigation with or without gloves

Durable, ergonomic design

Industry-best full two-year replacement warranty

An accurate, reliable and objective system that enhances pupillary assessment to assist in detecting cerebral insult, guiding treatment and informing prognosis

NPi-300 Incorporated Barcode Scanner

Instantaneous scanning of 1D or 2D patient barcodes

One-time patient ID entry at initial programming of SmartGuard (no need to scan before each pupil measurement)

NPi-300 Wireless Charging System

Completely enclosed wireless charging system with no metal pins or blades for improved reliability and ease of charging

Durably withstands cleaning with hospital cleaning agents

Establish a Baseline and Trend for Changes

Trend for changes in NPi and Size over time via your standard pupil assessment protocol

New NPi-300 NPi Summary Table quantitatively summarizes number of NPi measurements in normal and abnormal thresholds across patient’s entire stay

Sample Screens

Results Screen 1

Results Screen 2

Video Replay

* A difference in NPi between right and left pupils of ≥ 0.7 can also be considered an abnormal pupil reading

* Per the Neurological Pupil index (NPi) algorithm

SmartGuard®

Single-patient-use device with smart-card technology

All patient data stored on SmartGuard memory

Facilitates patient data upload into EMR system

Patient data can be disabled in compliance with HIPAA guidelines and facility policies

SmartGuard® Reader

Retrieves and automatically uploads patient data from SmartGuard

Simple USB connection allows Reader to be deployed at any nursing terminal or station