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CFM – Olympic Brainz Monitor

The Olympic Brainz Monitor (OBM) is your trusted partner in the NICU. Simple, automated and secure, the OBM provides actionable neurological information during the early stages of newborn development. It’s as easy as plug in the unit, apply the electrodes and record. Through seamless monitoring and automated seizure detection, you will receive the encrypted data you need to help make clinical decisions.

 

Additional clinical monitoring uses

Confirmed or suspected seizure activity
Preterm infants
Infants with intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH)
Surgical/cardiac infants
Ventilated/sedated infants
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
Other conditions that may result in cerebral compromise
 

 

Simple

  • Touch-screen monitor that is quick and easy to use in the NICU and easily transportable.
     

  • System-based online help provides a step-by-step guide for both setup and patient prep, allowing you to start monitoring in minutes. 

 

 

Automated

  • Real-time cerebral function monitoring featuring automatic detection software, including RecogniZe® seizure detection and Background Pattern Classification. 

  • CFMsight provides enhanced signal display for easier trace interpretation.

 

 

Secure

  • The CFM Viewer software permits the encrypted review and analysis of recorded CFM data when viewed remotely. 

  • Files are archived, restored, reviewed and shared using dedicated OBM Viewer software.

 

Olympic Brainz Monitor v3.1.5 New features
  • RecogniZe – Alerts the user when a possible seizure has been detected
     
  • BPc – Alerts the user to changes in the background pattern
     
  • CFMsight – provides enhanced signal display for easier trace interpretation
     
  • Windows® 10 – faster and more secure security features
     
  • Large touch-screen monitor to enhance workflow
     
  • Faster computer processing speed
 
Understanding a newborn's brain health is an essential part of your treatment decisions. The use of continuous Cerebral Function Monitoring provides actionable neurological information to clinicians during critical times.

TOUCH SCREEN MONITOR  
Weight 12.35 lb (5.6 kg)
Dimensions 13.31 x 15.12 x 2.72 in (338 x 384 x 69 mm)
DATA ACQUISITION BOX (DAB)  
Weight 10 oz (280 g)
Dimensions 2.98 x 5.75 x 1.23 in (75.7 x 146.1 x 31.2 mm)
ROLL STAND  
Weight 40 lb (20 kg)
Dimensions 61.5 in height, 25 in base dia.
(1562 mm height, 635 mm base dia.)
OPERATION (ALL COMPONENTS)  
Temperature 32 to 104 °F (0 to 40 °C)
Relative humidity 25 to 90% at 40 °C (non-condensing)
Display

Real-time EEG Waveform
Rapid pens (aEEG, Impedance - Computed
Rapid numeric (Impedance) - Computed
Histogram distribution over 15-second
intervals (aEEG, Impedance)
Color TFT LCD with resistive touchscreen
17" (432 mm) diagonal, TFT color
1280 x 1024 pixel native resolution

POWER SUPPLY (INTEGRATED)  
Power supply unit External power adapter, medical grade
Power supply input voltage 100 - 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.6-0.7A
EEG specifications sensitivity 50 μVpk full scale maximum sensitivity
(< 1μV/mm)
Dynamic range 0.30 - 10000 μVpp (1-20 Hz)
Update rate 200 Hz (EEG Waveform)
DATA ACQUISITION BOX (DAB) SPECIFICATIONS  
Differential channels 3
Frequency response 0.5 Hz ~ 450 Hz
Analogue to digital converter SAR ADC (16x oversampling)
Sampling rate 2000 Hz
Resolution 16 bits
Sampling quantization 300 nV
Input impedance (DC) > 50 MΩ

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