The DRE Waveline EZ, a lightweight and portable vital signs monitor, is now available to surgery centers and hospitals throughout the U.S. Louisville, Ky. — December 2, 2010 — DRE, Inc., a premier surgical and medical equipment supplier, announces that the DRE Waveline EZ has been cleared by the FDA for distribution in the U.S. marketplace.The DRE Waveline EZ is one of the most fully featured portable and light weight monitors on the market.The DRE Waveline EZ patient monitor offers cutting-edge innovations and impeccable craftsmanship, making it the perfect choice for health care professionals who demand precision, performance and affordability. The Waveline EZ can be utilized to monitor ECG, respiration, SPO2, NIBP and temperature. It’s also available with ETCO2 monitoring and a printer.The DRE Waveline EZ weighs in at 6 pounds, making it one of the most mobile multi parameters on the market. It features an intuitive touchscreen to quickly and accurately evaluate patient conditions. Its attractive screen has an 8” high resolution color monitor; able to display five waveforms. The DRE Waveline EZ is the best choice for simple and accurate vital signs monitoring, at an affordable price.Additional Features Include
Weighs only 6 pounds
Touch Screen provides immediate operation
Eight inch, high resolution color display
Simultaneous multi-lead ECG monitoring
Advanced ST and arrythmia detection
Graphical and tabular trending
Displays five waveforms
The DRE Waveline EZ portable patient monitor with touch screen display is available now from DRE. Surgeons and physicians can learn more about DRE’s patient monitoring solutions, as well as other new and professionally refurbished medical products, by visiting www.dremed.com.
About DRE, Inc.
DRE is a premier medical and operating room equipment supplier. DRE provides a combination of new and professionally refurbished or used medical equipment to industry professionals around the globe. Recently Inc. Magazine named DRE to its Inc. 5000 list of America’s fastest growing private companies.