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At Portea, we offer the Multipara Monitor 2 for rent and sale, an essential device for cardiac monitoring and ICU setups at home. This advanced monitor measures SPO2 (oxygen saturation) and BP (blood pressure), providing critical health information. The Multipara Monitor 2 is designed to be lightweight, compact, and user-friendly, ensuring ease of use for caregivers and patients alike. With our top-quality medical equipment and home healthcare services, you can trust Portea to bring reliable and convenient healthcare solutions to your doorstep. Purchase or Rent the Multipara Monitor 2 today and stay on top of your health in the comfort of your home.


  • Temperature – working – 5 ~ 40 C,
  • Transportation and Storage – 20 ~ 60 C,
  • Humidity – Working – 80%,
  • Transportation and Storage – 95%,
  • Altitude – Working – -500 to 4,600m ( – 1600 to 15000ft ),
  • Transportation and Storage – -500 to 13100m ( -1600 to 43000ft ),
  • Power supply – 100 ~ 240 V AC, 50/60 (HZ),
  • Pmax = 150 VA,
  • Fuse T 1.6A.


  • NIBP: Method: oscillometry,
  • Mode: manual/AUTO/continuous,
  • Measurement interval in AUTO mode: 1/2/3/4/5/10/15/30/60/90/120/240/480/960 min,
  • Measurement period in CONT mode: 5 min
  • Measurement alarm: 10-270 mmHg SpO2,
  • Measurement and alarm range: 0-100%
  • Measurement accuracy: 70-100% ±2%.
  • Alarm range: 30-250 bpm.

Also Know About:


1. What is a Multipara monitor?

A multiparameter monitor is a medical device that displays multiple pieces of information on one screen, providing healthcare professionals with essential data to understand a patient’s condition. It has become a versatile tool to address varying critical care needs, allowing for real-time monitoring of vital signs such as heart rate, blood pressure, oxygen levels, and more. This comprehensive monitoring helps in prompt and accurate diagnosis, leading to better patient care and outcomes.

2. What is the use of a multiparameter monitor?

A multiparameter monitor monitors a patient’s vital signs in settings like intensive care, hospitalisation, or emergency rooms. Basic models typically monitor cardiac activity (ECG), blood pressure (NIBP), respiration (RESP), oxygen saturation (SpO2), and temperature (TEMP). These monitors provide crucial real-time information about a patient’s health, allowing healthcare professionals to make timely and informed decisions for appropriate medical interventions and treatments.

3. What are the parameters of a Multipara monitor?

The standard parameters of a multipara monitor typically include ECG (electrocardiogram), RESP (respiration), NIBP (non-invasive blood pressure), SPO2 (oxygen saturation), 2-TEMP (temperature), and PR/HR (pulse rate/heart rate). These essential parameters provide crucial information about a patient’s cardiac activity, respiratory function, blood pressure, oxygen levels, temperature, and heart rate, helping healthcare professionals monitor and assess the patient’s overall health and well-being.

4. How do you read a multi-parameter monitor?

To read a multiparameter monitor:

  1. Observe the numbers on the right-hand side to check the patient’s pulse rate, body temperature, and blood pressure.
  2. Monitor the respiratory rate and oxygen saturation levels to assess the patient’s breathing and circulatory system.
  3. Pay attention to the waveforms displayed for any indications of irregular heartbeats or breathing patterns.

By monitoring these vital signs and waveforms, healthcare professionals can quickly assess the patient’s condition and make informed decisions regarding their care.

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