VetSpecs® Capno-5 Bluetooth MicroFlo™ Side-stream Capnograph+6.1 x 2.7 x 1.4 inches (155 x 68 x 35 mm), 12 oz (340 g)Developed for point of care capnography monitoring of intubated or non-intubated patients in surgery, dentistry, procedural sedation, pre-op preparation, anesthesia recovery, and intensive / critical care, the Capno-5 provides CO2 Waveforms End-tidal CO2 (EtCO2) Fractional Inspired CO2 (FiCO2) Respiratory Rate (RR) EtCO2 and RR Trends EtCO2 and Apnea Alarms MicroFlo™ Side-steam Capnography Featuring the state-of-the-art MicroFlo™ side-steam capnography, with an adjustable sample flow rate from 50 to 250 ml / minute, the Capno-5 is suitable for use in a wide range of veterinary patients. And unlike all mainstream capnographs, which are not designed for use in dentistry and non-intubated patients, the Capno-5 can be used in all procedures for intubated or non-intubated patients.+Attached with airway adapter, sample line, and moisture filterFor monitoring in intubated patients, simply insert the airway adapter (shown in the picture above) between the endotracheal tube and the breathing circuit after the patient is intubated. The Capno-5 features optional intraoral adapters (shown below), designed specifically for capnography monitoring in non-intubated patients. With the VetSpecs® patented intraoral adapters, the Capno-5 can be used for monitoring of non-intubated patients in sedation, anesthesia recovery, and intensive care. To apply, place the intraoral adapter attached to the sample line in the patient’s mouth.+Intraoral Adapters (set of two)Bluetooth ConnectionWhile designed for portable independent use anywhere, the Capno-5 can be wirelessly connected to VetSpecs® SM100 via Bluetooth for integrated multiparameter monitoring. The Capno-5 can also be linked via Bluetooth to your mobile phone, tablet, or notebook computer. For monitoring in intensive / critical care patients, you may place the Capno-5 near the patient, for example hang it on the ICU cage door, and also view the displayed information on your phone, tablet, or computer which can be up to 60 feet (18 meters) away from the ICU cage.