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A Solution Born from a Partnership

ADC, a world leader in core diagnostic products for over a quarter of a century, partnered with Suntech, the premier developer of innovative blood pressure technology to create the first truly modular diagnostic station that grows with your needs.  Start with basic automated BP, then add thermometry and pulse oximetry as you need it.  Choose from wall mount, table mount or mobile configurations.  Or convert the unit to the platform needed as your requirements change.

The complete Adview® diagnostic station includes:

  • An automated BP monitor that measures systolic and diastolic pressure, pulse rate and MAP in about 30 seconds using the oscillometric method.
  • A temperature module using Kendall’s Filac™ Fastemp™ technology that provides an oral or axillary temperature in about 10 seconds.  Built-in storage well for the probe and box of 20 disposable probe covers. 
  • An SPO2 module that features industry leading Nellcor compatible technology for accurate readings in about 10 seconds.
  • Optional EMR (electronic medical records) with BLUETOOTH® connectivity for wireless integration to your computer system.

Unlike EVERY other monitor on the market, the Adview® is completely modular.  You can purchase the Adview® configured as you want from the factory OR upgrade the unit in the field at any time.  No tools needed.  With connect-and-go capability, adding optional temperature and pulse oximetry modules is effortless.  

Start With Blood Pressure

Designed with the idea that no two patients are alike, the ADC Adview® Diagnostic Station continues the innovation first developed for the e-sphyg 2 by offering a manual measurement mode. By combining the best of our nearly half century years of blood pressure measurement experience with the capability to apply traditional methods of blood pressure measurement, the ADC Adview® provides the most reliable and versatile means of capturing blood pressure data.

Easily capture automated blood pressure measurements at the touch of a button or choose to measure with your stethoscope by using the manual feature for your patients with arrhythmias or other complex needs. We recognize that all patients are different. Now, everything you need for accurate blood pressure is in one intuitive device. With 5 cuff sizes, ranging from child to thigh, the ADC Adview™ caters to all of your patients.*

* The ADC Adview® is intended for patients ages 3 and up.

What's Included:

  • Adult & Large Adult All Purpose Cuffs
  • 8' Blood pressure hose
  • Mains/Power Supply
  • Mains/Power Cable
  • Resource CD
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Reference Card


Module Options

Purchase the ADC Adview® configured as you want from the factory or upgrade in the field at any time. With connect-and-go capability, adding optional temperature and pulse oximetry modules is effortless. No tools required! Upgrade with confidence. The ADC Adview® puts all of your vital signs needs into one optimized diagnostic station whenever you need it.

Automated Temperature Readings

With connect-and-go capability, adding temperature is effortless. The temperature module allows both oral/axillary and rectal readings with corresponding color-coded probe wells for storage.

Simply remove the plastic end-cap on the top of your ADC Adview® BP module and slide the temperature module until it snaps into place. The temperature module is ready to use instantly.

What's included:

  • Oral/Axillary probe (blue)
  • 1 box of Filac™ Fastemp™ probe covers
  • Other accessories

SpO2 Readings in an Instant

Our SpO2 add-on module includes industry-leading Nellcor® compatible technology for easy-to-integrate pulse oximetry measurement. The ADC Adview® SpO2 module comes with a reusable finger clip sensor.

Simply remove the plastic end-cap on the bottom of your ADC Adview® BP module and slide the SpO2 module until it snaps into place. The SpO2 module is ready to use instantly.

What's included:

  • Reusable Adult Finger Sensor
  • Single 10' Cable
  • Other accessories


Mounting Options

Choose from three “platforms” for the mount that best suits your needs.  Or convert from one platform to another as your requirements change.

Wall Mount

Replaces Manual Aneroid or Mercurial BP Instruments:

Intuitive design coupled with reliable, validated performance makes the ADC Adview® BP module an appealing replacement for wall mounted mechanical sphygmomanometers.

Table Stand

Replaces Mercury Sphygs:

The desktop caddy configuration replaces traditional mercury units at an affordable price. Conveniently carry from room to room. You can add additional parameters such as temperature and SpO2 whenever needed.

Mobile Stand

Room to Room Portability:

Achieve maximum versatility when you use the mobile stand configuration. With the rechargeable battery pack you can transport the device from room to room for optimum workflow. Our mobile stand comes with an oversized basket for accessories and a quick reference card.

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Adview®9000™ Systems

Item # Item Name Item Description
9000BP Adview® 9000 System, BP BP Device with Rechargeable Battery
9000BPTO Adview® 9000 System, BP & Temperature BP Device with Temp, Rechargeable Battery
9000BPS Adview® 9000 System, BP & SpO2 BP Device with SpO2, Rechargeable Battery
9000BPSTO Adview® 9000 System, BP, Temperature & SpO2 BP Device with Temp, SpO2 and Rechargeable Battery

Adview®9001™ Systems with BLUETOOTH® Connectivity

Item # Item Name Item Description
9001BP Adview® 9001 System, BP with BLUETOOTH® BP Device with Rechargeable Battery with BLUETOOTH®
9001BPTO Adview® 9001 System, BP & Temperature with BLUETOOTH® BP Device with Temp, Rechargeable Battery with BLUETOOTH®
9001BPS Adview® 9001System, BP & SpO2 with BLUETOOTH® BP Device with SpO2, Rechargeable Battery with BLUETOOTH®
9001BPSTO Adview® 9001System, BP, Temperature & SpO2 with BLUETOOTH® BP Device with Temp, SpO2 and Rechargeable Battery with BLUETOOTH®

Adview®9000™ Mounting Platforms

Item # Item Name Item Description
9000D Adview® 9000 Desktop Caddy Desktop caddy to hold Adview®, power supply and accessories
9000W Adview® 9000 Wall Mount Kit Wall Mount plate adapter and hardware with cuff storage basket
9000M Adview® 9000 Mobile stand 5 legged mobile stand with oversize cuff / accessory storage basket
952-025 Cuff Storage Basket Wall mounted cuff storage basket with hardware

Adview®9000™ Modules

Item # Item Name Item Description
9000TO Oral Temperature module Temperature module for Adview with Oral/Axillary probe, box of 20 probe covers
9000TR Rectal Temperature module Temperature module for Adview® with rectal probe, box of 20 probe covers
9000S SpO2 module SpO2 module for Adview® with finger sensor and 6 foot extension cable.
9000BPCAP-00 Top/Bottom cover for BP module Top/Bottom plate for BP monitor

Adview®9000™ Cuffs

Item # Item Name Item Description
850-9000-11AN Adult cuff, Navy Adult cuff, Navy with connector, range 23-33cm
850-9000-9CGR Child Cuff, Green Child Cuff, Green with connector, range 12-19cm
850-9000-10SARB Small Adult Cuff, Royal Small Adult cuff, Royal with connector, range 17-25cm
850-9000-12XBD Large Adult Cuff, Burgundy Large Adult cuff, Burgundy with connector, range 31-40cm
850-9000-13TBR Thigh Cuff, Brown Thigh Cuff, Brown with connector, range 38-50cm
9000PCK Pediatric Cuff Kit Child, Small Adult, Adult Cuffs with connectors, range 12-33cm
9000ACK Adult Cuff Kit Adult, Large Adult, Thigh Cuffs with connectors, range overall 23-50cm
9000CK Complete Cuff Kit (all 5 cuffs) Childm Small Adult, Adult, Large Adult, Thigh Cuffs with connectors, Overall range 12-50cm
9000BPC BP Hose BP hose with mate for quick connect type connector, 8ft (2.4 m) length

Adview®9000™ Pulse Oximetry Accessories Dolphin

Item # Item Name Item Description
9000SP10 SpO2 Finger Sensor Reusable finger sensor with 36" (.91 m) cable and DB-9M connector for adults and pediatrics >88 lbs (>40 kg); Nellcor compatible sensor DS-100A
9000SPDYS SpO2 Multisite Finger Sensor Single use finger sensor with 18" (4.6 m) cable and DB-9M connector for pediatrics 22-110 lbs (10-50 kg), 24/box, foam; Nellcor compatible sensor D-20

Adview®9000™ Thermometry Accessories (Kendall FASTemp)

Item # Item Name Item Description
9000TP Thermometer Probe Covers (20/box) Box of 20 probe covers ( 25 boxes - 500 probe covers/case)
9000TR-01 Rectal Temp Kit Includes Rectal Probe, Well/Back cover, and box of probe covers.
9000TRP Rectal Probe Rectal probe with 9 ft (2.7m) extended cord
9000TWR Rectal Probe Well Rear piece of the temperature module that holds the rectal probe and box of probe covers
9000TO-01 Oral Temp Kit Includes Oral Probe, Well/Back cover, and box of probe covers
9000TOP Oral/Axillary Probe Oral/Axillary Probe with 9ft (2.7m) extended cord
9000TWB Oral/Axillary Probe Well Rear piece of the temperature module that holds the oral/axillary probe and box of probe covers

Adview®9000™ Power Supply Accessories

Item # Item Name Item Description
9000BAT Rechargeable Battery 6V, sealed lead acid
9000AC9V 9v Power Supply Input: 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz; Output: +6 V; medical grade
9000PC Power cord, USA, 120VAC Power of mains lead with Type B, NEMA 5 - 15, three pin plug, 8.2ft (2.5m) length
9000PCEU EU power cord, 240VAC Power or mains lead with Type E and F hybrid, CEE 7/7, two pin plug, 8.2 ft (2.5 m) length
9000PCUK UK power cord, 240VAC Power or mains lead with Type G, BS1363, three pin plug, 8.2 ft (2.5 m) length
9000PCAU AUST power cord, 120VAC Power or mains lead with Type C, IEC320, three pin plug, 8.2 ft (2.5m) length

Adview® Calibration Accessories

Item # Item Name Item Description
991 Y test kit 6V, sealed lead acid
9000TCP Calibration plug for Temp module Calibration plug for testing of Temperature Module, Kendall Part No. 202099
Patient population Adult and pediatric patients (age 3 and above).
Method of measurement Oscillometric
Initial inflation pressure 160mmHg +/- 20mmHg
Blood pressure range (mmHg) 60 < Systolic BP < 270, 30 < Diastolic BP < 170
Blood pressure accuracy Measurements determined with this device are equivalent to those obtained by a trained observer using the cuff/stethoscope auscultation method, within the limits prescribed by the American National Standard, Electronic or automated sphygmomanometers.
Blood pressure determination time 35-40 seconds typical for Adult cuff
Heart rate range 30-200 bpm +/- 2% or +/- 3 bpm, whichever is greater
Temperature range 86°F (30.0°C) – 109.4°F (43.0°C)
Temperature accuracy +/- 0.2°F (+/-0.1°C)
Functional oxygen saturation range 40-100%
Functional oxygen saturation accuracy 70-100% +/- 2 digits
(Note: because pulse oximeter equipment measurements are statistically distributed, only about two-thirds of pulse oximeter equipment measurements can be expected to fall within ± 2 digits of the value measured by a CO-oximeter.)
Operating conditions 10°C (50°F) to 40°C (104°F) Less than 90% RH
Storage conditions -20°C (-4°F) to 55°C (131°F) Less than 90% RH
Power External power supply for non-battery version: Globtek model: GTM21089-1506-T3 (SunTech part number: 19-0013-00)
External power supply for Battery version, rechargeable by Globtek model: GTM21089-1509-T3 (SunTech part number 19-0014-00)
Calibration Check once per year for BP and Temperature
Safety systems Independent hardware over-pressure circuit and redundant software overpressure algorithm to limit cuff pressure to less than 330 mmHg. Independent hardware timing circuit and redundant software timer algorithm to limit the duration of a blood pressure cycle to less than 180 seconds.
Dimensions Length = 5.5 inches, Height = 11.5 inches, Width = 3.8 inches; Length =14.0 cm, Height = 29.2 cm, Width = 9.7 cm
Standards UL60601-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 601-1
IEC 60601-1, IEC 60601-1-2 (EMC), IEC 60601-1-4, ISO 9919, AAMI SP10:2002, ASTM E 1112, EN 12470-3
Meets “Non-invasive Sphygmomanometers — General Requirements & Supplementary Requirements for Electro-Mechanical BP Measuring Systems”, EN 1060-1, EN 1060-3
Classification Protection against electric shock: Class II (for non-battery version), Internally Powered Equipment (for battery version); Applied parts: Type BF; Mode of operation: Continuous

Use

Q. How do I turn on the ADC Adview®?
A. The power button, which is blue and slightly recessed, is located on the right side of the BP device. Press it to turn the device on, and again to turn it off.
Q. How do you use the ADC Adview® to take a manual BP?
A. Apply the cuff to the patient as you normally would. Press and hold the manual button to inflate the cuff. Watch the pressure displayed and release the button to start deflating the cuff. Place your stethoscope on the brachial artery to take a manual measurement.
Q. How long does the battery last before it has to be recharged?
A. A fully charged battery provides enough power for the device to make at least 200 measurements within a 12-hour period.
Q. Why does the prediction time for the Filac™ Fastemp™ vary?
A. When predicting a temperature the Fastemp™ takes into account a patient’s physiological conditions. Depending on the patient’s level of perfusion, a normal measurement can take 4-10 seconds before a final temperature is displayed. If the patient has a fever (99.7 °F/ 37.6 °C or above), the measurement can take longer. This is done to increase accuracy and ensure reliability of the temperature.
Q. Can the ADC Adview® be used on neonates?
A. The ADC Adview® is validated to be used on patients age 3 and older.
Q. What method of blood pressure measurement is used in the ADC Adview®?
A. The ADC Adview® takes automated BP measurements using the oscillometric method. It supplements this with the ability to take measurements as you would if you were using a mechanical sphygmomanometer.
Q. The temperature module shows the warning icon and a "10" status code. How do I get it to work again?
A. This signifies a missing temperature probe. This may occur while switching the probes, blue (oral/axillary) to red (rectal) or vice versa. To solve the problem: Remove and then place the probe in the well. Furthermore, you may need to ensure that the temperature well (the rear portion of the temperature module) is well seated on the display. Along the top of the module, the edge of the well should be flush with the display. Remove and carefully slide the well onto the display. Finally, if the error has not been cleared, turn the unit off and then on again.
Q. Can the ADC Adview® send data to an EMR/EHR system?
A. An Adview® Diagnostic Station equipped with the optional Bluetooth™ capability can send blood pressure, temperature, and oxygen saturation data via a Bluetooth™ wireless EMR/EHR interface. An ADC Software Development Kit (SDK) is available to facilitate integration with EMR/EHR vendors. Send us an email at info@adctoday.com for more information.
Q. Could I use the Adview® to measure blood pressure during a stress test?
A. Although your Adview® is a robust device that has been manufactured with motion tolerance, it is not intended for use during stress testing.

Modules / Accessories

Q. Can I obtain replacement copies of the ADC Adview® CD and manual?
A. Copies of the ADC Adview® manual are available on the Manuals and Tutorials tab. To download the manual, please visit the downloads page here. For a replacement CD, please email Customer Service at info@adctoday.com The manual is a pdf file; you can download a free version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. Visit www.Adobe.com and navigate to Downloads.
Q. Can I add temperature or pulse oximetry options to my current version of ADC Adview® at a later date?
A. Yes, both options can be ordered separately and easily added to an ADC Adview® blood pressure unit at any time. To upgrade your ADC Adview® device, please review the list of accessories on the model options tab. Contact your local distributor for details.
Q. What SpO2 sensors are compatible with the ADC Adview®?
A. The ADC Adview® pulse oximetry module is compatible with Nellcor sensors.
Q. What temperature probe covers are compatible with the ADC Adview®?
A. The ADC Adview® temperature module is compatible with Kendall Filac™ Fastemp™ probes and probe covers.
Q. What is direct mode on the Filac™ Fastemp™ thermometer?
A. Direct Mode means the module is working like a glass thermometer. In this mode, it takes readings until it detects the ‘highest’ most stable temperature.
Q. Should I wait between temperature measurements?
A. Yes. Accurate temperature measurement requires the probe to be at normal room temperature. After taking a measurement, wait for the probe to return to room temperature or wipe the probe with an alcohol wipe before taking a subsequent measurement.

Calibration / Maintenance

Q. How do I clean the ADC Adview®?
A. The Adview® requires only minimal cleaning. Wipe it down occasionally with a soft, damp cloth. Never immerse the device or apply cleaning fluid or solvents.
Q. How do you clean the cuffs that come with the ADC Adview®?
A. Between uses, wipe cuff sleeves and the insides of cuffs with a medical grade cleaning agent. Periodically, remove the bladders and machine-wash the cuffs in cold water. Line dry.
Q. How often should I calibrate the BP Module for the ADC Adview®?
A. You should check the calibration once a year. If there is a difference larger than 2 mmHg against the pressure reference, then contact us at 1-800-ADC-2670.
Q. Do I need to calibrate the temperature or pulse oximetry modules?
A. For calibration or service on the Adview® temperature and pulse oximetry modules contact us at 1-800-ADC-2670.
Q. How accurate is the ADC Adview® blood pressure device?
A. The ADC Adview®, designed for accuracy, has been manufactured to comply with AAMI SP10 protocol.
Q. How accurately does the ADC Adview® temperature module measure temperature?
A. The ADC Adview® temperature module is accurate to +/- 0.2 °F (+/-0.1°C).
Q. What is the accuracy of the ADC Adview® pulse oximetry module?
A. The ADC Adview® pulse oximetry module is +/- 2% in the 70 to 100% range for no motion and normal perfusion. For motion or low perfusion, the accuracy is +/- 3%.
Q. How do I calibrate my ADC Adview® BP?
A. Please reference the ADC Adview® service manual (ADC Adview® part #9000SM) if the unit needs calibrating. Alternatively, you can contact an authorized service center, and we will be happy to arrange the calibration for you.
Q. I think my ADC Adview® BP is reading high. How can I check if it is measuring correctly?
A. Take a manual BP to compare. Leave the cuff on the patient as it was for the auto measurement. Press and hold the manual button to inflate the cuff. Watch the pressure displayed, and release the button to start deflating the cuff. Place your stethoscope on the brachial artery to take a manual measurement. Because of the differences between the automated method used by the ADC Adview®, called oscillometry, and the manual method, called auscultation, it is known that there will be instances where the two methods on the same patient will produce measurements that are different. This should happen infrequently. If this occurs consistently on patient after patient, we recommend that you check the calibration of the ADC Adview®.
Q. I think my ADC Adview® BP is reading high. How can I check if it is calibrated correctly?

A. To check calibration:

  1. Start with the device powered off. While holding down the automatic button on the front of the BP module, toggle on the power button on the right side of the main enclosure. The “CAL” message is displayed in the pulse rate display to indicate that the system is in the calibration mode. During this mode, the system pressure displays in the systolic BP display area.
  2. Using a T-connector (ADC Adview® part #991), connect a calibrated pressure reference and control, such as a manometer and inflation bulb, to the pressure hose connector of the ADC Adview®.
  3. Compare the pressure reference to the ADC Adview® at several pressures throughout the range, 0 to 270mmHg. If the difference between the pressure reference and the ADC Adview®is no larger than 2mmHg, the ADC Adview® is calibrated correctly for operation.
  4. Exit the calibration check by pressing the automatic button again. Once the display shows dashes as the systolic BP, you are now ready to take a measurement.
Q. How do I install the rechargeable battery in the Adview®?
A. Remove the battery bay cover and position the rechargeable battery within, ensuring proper alignment of polarities. Replace the cover securely and connect the device to AC mains power via the power supply to turn the device on. Ensure the battery is fully charged before use.
Q. How do I store and recharge my ADC Adview® with battery?
A. If the ADC Adview® will not be used for an extended period of time, it should be attached to the power supply until fully charged (all battery icon segments stay illuminated).
Storage Temperature Recharge Frequency
Below -4ºF (-20ºC)
Do not store at this temperature
-4ºF (-20ºC) to 68ºF (20ºC) Every two months
69ºF (21ºC) to 85ºF (29ºC) Every month
Above 86ºF (30ºC) Do not store at this temperature
Failure to follow these recommendations may permanently reduce the life and charge capacity of the battery. If storing for 30 days or longer, it is recommended to disconnect the battery from the device after fully charging the battery.

Warranty

Q. What is the warranty on the product?
A. The ADC Adview® warranty is:
  • BP, Temp and SPO2 Modules: 2 years parts and labor
  • Cuffs: 2 years
  • Wall Mount, Table Caddy and Mobile Stand: 2 years
  • Battery: 1 year
  • Cables and all other accessories: 90 days
Q. When does the warranty period begin?
A. The warranty for your Adview® begins on the date of shipment of your device.
Q. How do I make a warranty claim for the ADC Adview®?
A. Simply contact our customer service department at 1-800-ADC-2670.

Adviewer Software

Our Adviewer software enables users of our BLUETOOTH® 9001 units to retrieve and export readings from their units without the need for costly EMR integration or a dedicated printer module. Readings can be exported to HL7 v2.4 OR v3.0 file formats, TIFF image format, PDF, OR directly to a printer. Below are links to download the software along with our quick start guide to get your practice up and running fast.

Version 1.0.7

Adviewer Documentation

Let us keep you up to date with software updates

 

The Importance of Measuring Blood Pressure in Dental Offices

Dental care professionals realize that the key component of any thorough dental hygiene appointment is patient assessment. While there are several tools used for conducting screenings and examinations for oral health, other aspects of patient health that may be related to dental heath are often overlooked. A patient's blood pressure is one of these parameters. Appropriate monitoring of blood pressure can not only improve outcomes of dental care, but also play a role in improving the overall health of patients.


Accurate Blood Pressure Measurement: The Trouble with Traditional Automated Monitors—The Need for Something New

According to the American Heart Association, nearly one third of adults have hypertension (defined as sustained high blood pressure of 140 /90 mmHg and above). Uncontrolled high blood pressure greatly increases the risk of heart disease and stroke - the first and third leading causes of death in developed nations. Because there are no symptoms, many people with hypertension do not know they have it. The only way to tell is to have an accurate check of your blood pressure.


Accurate Blood Pressure Measurement: What is it? Why is it important? Why is it so difficult to obtain a reliable measurement?

Similar to the pressure created by water flowing through a garden hose, blood pressure refers to the force exerted by circulating blood on the walls of our arteries and blood vessels. Blood pressure is commonly measured by inflating a cuff on the upper arm and watching the pressure indicated by a blood pressure gauge while listening to the Korotkoff sounds at the brachial artery with a stethoscope. The cuff must first be inflated enough to stop all the blood from flowing through the artery. Then, as the pressure in the cuff is gradually released with a valve, the occlusion of the artery is reduced. The point at which blood begins to flow again is signaled by the first Korotkoff sound. This is an indication of the peak blood pressure in the arteries and is referred to as systolic blood pressure. Continued reduction of the pressure in the cuff eventually allows the blood to flow completely unobstructed again. This point is signaled by the disappearance of the Korotkoff sounds and is considered a reliable indication of diastolic blood pressure.


The accuracy and clinical validation of the Adview® 9000

The accuracy of a blood pressure (BP) device or monitor is often determined by comparing its measurement relative to the measurement of an observer using a mercury sphygmomanometer and stethoscope on the same patient. The human observer with this setup in a controlled environment, with a meticulously prepared patient, and the practice of careful measurement is considered to be the gold standard of non-invasive blood pressure measurement. Measurements taken in this manner are the basis for the levels that are the current definitions of high BP or hypertension, 140/90, and normal BP, 120/801.


Accurate Blood Pressure Measurement: Why do monitors read high?

If you have ever used an automated monitor to measure blood pressure, you probably have encountered a reading you thought was too high. In these situations, clinicians usually take a measurement themselves using a sphygmomanometer and stethoscope to either confirm the reading or question whether the monitor is working properly. If the reading is confirmed, you and your patient may be surprised to realize that your patient’s BP is not what you expected. Alternatively, if the reading is different, you may wonder if your monitor is calibrated or operating correctly. Regardless of the situation, why is this happening at all?

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