NSV are the BP values obtained from several, discrete measurements during a determination session. NSV is not an average of the BP readings, but a substantially more robust statistical measure of the nominal BP since it eliminates BP outliers in the presence of noise and/or excessive motion.
No, statMAP is a prescription device. statMAP may be used in hospital departments
(ICU, CCU, Step-down Units, Recovery, MedSurg, Emergency, L&D, Radiology) out patient settings, physician offices, EMS environments
and home health care. It is primarily not a consumer BP device.
has some ability to filter out motion artifact, making it possible to
achieve a good reading on a person who is slightly moving. However, to
achieve the best results, your patient should remain as still as
Calibration of the statMAP should be checked annually or when there is doubt about validity of the measurements. Proper calibration is indicated if the needle and LEDs track during pump up and subsequent deflation.
Loosen the screw on top of the device and remove the cover. Remove old batteries and insert new AAA batteries according to symbols located on the battery compartment label. Replace the cover, Pressing it down to seat it against the housing of the statMAP. Tighten the screw.
Clean with a damp cloth. Do not immerse in water or other liquid. Do
not use alcohol.
Do not use steam or heat to sterilize the statMAP.
Before washing the cuff, remove it from the statMAP, close off the tube
with a plug, and place the hook and loop fasteners in closed position.
Use one or more of the following methods and allow to dry:
with mild detergent and water solution (1:9 solution). Rinse.
with Enzol per manufacturer’s instructions. Rinse.
If you purchased a
statMAP from anyone other than CardioCommand, Inc., it is necessary for
you to fill out the online registration form to ensure you have the
proper warranty period. If you purchased from CardioCommand, all the
information necessary for warranty registration was collected during the