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Products

The top quality products from PAR are developed and manufactured in Germany to meet the most exacting quality standards. From development to production, they are controlled by a certified quality management system. All products are CE marked and comply with the requirements of the Medical Device Directive.

Ambulatory monitor for measuring blood pressure and heart rate, supported by computer and software.

Ambulatory monitor for measuring blood pressure, heart rate and oxygen saturation. Particularly suitable for sleep apnea screening, supported by computer and software

Ambulatory monitor for long-term measurement of blood pressure and heart rate employing the newest measurement technology; supported by computer and software

Ambulatory monitor for measuring blood pressure and heart rate, supported by computer and software

The new NIBP UP® - technology represents the latest generation of the NIBP 20XX family. It comes along with the new and innovative inflation measurement technology (IMT) performing blood pressure measurements during inflation of the cuff. The IMT Mode leads to a halving in measurement time compared to the classic deflation mode and furthermore reduces the stress for the patient by applying a lower compressive load. NIBP 2020 UP is also equipped with the reliable PAR safety fulfilling international standards with 2 controllers, 2 pressure transducer and 2 valves.

Compact module for automated, non-invasive measurement of blood pressure and heart rate; suitable for integration in compact patient monitors

Module for automated, non-invasive measurement of blood pressure and heart rate; suitable for integration in patient monitors

Development kit with software for manufacturers of patient monitors for quick and simple  adaptation and integration of the measuring modules in the corresponding applications

Ambulatory monitor for measuring various, user-defined biomedical and environmental signals, supported by computer and software

PHYSIO PORT AS (arterial stiffness) uses brand-new algorithms to determine the parameters of arterial stiffness. Blood pressure is measured with our known inflation measurement technic. Immediately afterwards we record the upper arm brachial pulse waves with the help of the blood pressure cuff and the pressure sensor for approximately 15 s. After a special preprocessing of the recorded pulse waves we are able to determine the central pressure waveform with the central blood pressure values. The central pressure waveform is assessed afterwards by pulse wave analysis. We determined the parameters of arterial stiffness which are central blood pressure, augmentation (-index) and pulse wave velocity.