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How To Easily Add CO2 Monitoring Capabilities to Your Medical Procedures

Easily Integrate Capnography into Your Practice with the DRE Echo

With a growing number of medical specialties adopting capnography standards this year, practices are under a time crunch to update their equipment and their best practice standards. At DRE, we make the transition to CO2 monitoring as easy as possible by offering customers the DRE Echo CO2 Capnograph Monitor — a cost-efficient, versatile device that integrates well into everyday existing workflows.

Jim Evans, the national sales manager for DRE’s Medical Supplies Division, is an expert in the medical device industry. He sat down with us to answer questions about the DRE Echo and our commitment to helping medical professionals stay up on the latest trends.

The DRE Echo is a great low-cost option for patient monitoring. What kinds of facilities use this kind of monitor?

The DRE Echo CO2 Capnograph Monitor is in high demand among our customers who specialize in oral and maxillofacial surgery. This speciality group was at the forefront of new capnography standards we’re seeing become commonplace across the whole medical industry.

Even though the Echo is a popular option for oral surgeons, the device lends itself well to any facility that performs procedures while patients are under moderate anesthesia.

Is it easy to operate?

The DRE Echo has an easy-to-use interface that lets medical professionals concentrate on the patient instead of operating the device. With the Echo, capnography monitoring is as simple as pressing a button.

What are some key benefits?

The best thing about the DRE Echo doesn’t necessarily have to do with individual features, but rather the way the device seamlessly fits into a practice’s workflow. The Echo works with existing technology to provide capnography monitoring.

Choosing the Echo is a cost-effective option for practices who already have a late model vital signs monitor but are wishing to add CO2 monitoring capabilities. The Echo also works in conjunction with existing nasal hoods, making it easy to integrate the device with existing systems during procedures.

DRE is also offering this device for a value, in order to help medical professionals offset the costs of disposables necessary for capnography. The DRE Echo makes the transition to capnography monitoring as easy as possible.

What sets the DRE Echo apart from other monitors in this category?

There aren’t many standalone capnograph monitors, let alone ones that are designed for continuous use. Many handheld capnographs are useful for routinely checking levels, but they aren’t necessarily suited for monitoring throughout entire procedures like the DRE Echo.

How does DRE stay on top of medical equipment industry trends?

We’re always looking for cutting edge technology to help medical professionals keep up with changing standards of care. We follow industry trends and are constantly changing our inventory to reflect those changes. Our number one goal is to provide quality equipment that helps our customers serve patients in today’s advancing medical field.

The DRE Echo is ideal for practices that are wanting to transition into capnography monitoring without overhauling the rest of their equipment, but it’s just one of the CO2 monitoring systems we offer. If you are looking for a more comprehensive solution, check out our full line-up of capnography equipment including our flagship DRE Waveline series.

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