Mindray Trio Patient Monitor

Patient Monitoring System



Cost-effective, compact portability in a patient monitor. The Trio represents a unique addition to Mindray’s cadre of innovative medical equipment products. The Trio is not only portable, it is configurable with applications for a wide variety of hospital and outpatient areas.

The high-resolution color display delivers a remarkably brilliant, crisp viewing platform that outperforms the standard in compact patient monitors. Its efficient, lightweight design featuring an integrated bed rail hook and handle, built-in power supply, and optional Lithium Ion battery makes Trio highly adaptable for use in many departments.

The Trio offers all of the features you’ve come to rely on, in a cost-effective package – a prudent solution to your dynamic monitoring needs.

Features and Benefits:

  • 8.4” color TFT display with an 800 x 600 resolution provides optimal visualization of patient data
  • Standard features include 4 waveforms, 3 or 5 lead ECG, Respiration, NIBP, SpO2, and Temperature
  • Various options include Masimo SET® motion tolerant SpO2, Nellcor® OxiMax® SpO2, Invasive Blood Pressure, Lithium Ion battery and a two-trace, integral recorder
  • Full graphic and list trends of all monitored parameters, provide instant recall of patient data
  • Five-color display of waveform and numeric data enables swift and easy recognition of patient information
  • Default menu allows for storage and retrieval of user configured settings for each patient size
  • Ergonomically designed fold-away handle with built-in bed rail hook provides maximum flexibility and easy handling
  • Front panel keypad, featuring the Navigator Control Knob and quick action keys, allows for one-step action of essential functions
  • Conveniently located alarm light enables instant visualization of alarm conditions
  • Built-in Power Supply for direct AC connection allows for easy transport from one location to the next


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