The qCON sensor is a system of adhesive electrodes attached to the skin of the patient’s forehead and it allows acquiring EEG signals in a state of anaesthesia or sedation. This sensor connects to the “qCON patient cable” while the registered signal is sent to the monitor where the qCON and qNOX indices are calculated.
This sensor consists of three electrodes, made of silver/silver chloride, which is placed on the patient’s forehead; latex free, disposable. Replacement is recommended every 24 hours or when changing position of the sensor.
EEG & ECG SIMULATOR
The ECG Simulator, simulates the electrocardiogram in an EC hand fast way. This is a very useful device for testing your ECD monitors.
The EEG Simulator is designed to reproduce four stages that can arise during general anesthesia. The signal generator has a LEMO connector to transmit the signal to the Conox Monitor and a pushbutton switch that allows changing the state that simulates.
These accessories were specifically designed to connect to any of our anaesthesia monitors and our unique sensor.