The Gamma X XL is a portable bedside or transport monitor
for adult, pediatric and neonatal patients. It is designed with a
scalable feature set that meets the needs of today’s mid-acuity
care. Patented Pick and Go® technology enables the
Gamma X XL to move with the patient.
– Eliminates the need for separate transport monitors – Works as a standalone device or connects to Infinity Network via Infinity Docking Station, DirectNet or
wireless adapter for seamless wired to wireless networking
Neonatal, pediatric and adult applications
Offers compatibility with the full range of
additional software upgrades and options.
eCGDisplays up to 12 leadsAvailable leads
I, II, III, aVR, aVF, aVL, V, V+, (V, aVR aVF, aVL only with 5- and 6-lead sets, V+ only with 6-lead set), Trust® 12-lead with reducedlead-set (6-wire): I, II, III, aVL, aVR, aVF, dV1, V2, dV3, dV4,V5 and dV6 (indicated for adults and pediatrics).1
Filter off: 0.05 to 40 Hz display; 0.05 to 125 Hz printerMonitoring filter: 0.5 to 40 Hz; ESU filter: 0.5 to 16 Hz
1 Optimum performance of TruST leads is based on a minimum 0.3mV amplitude and QRS duration <180 mil iseconds on patients with a body
surface area (BSA) of 1.5 – 2.5 m2. TruST 12-lead reduced lead-set ECG algorithm provides 12-lead monitoring using a standard 6-wirelead-set and standard lead placement for limb leads, V2 and V5. ARIES software option enhances TruST 12-lead monitoring with the additionof 12-lead ST Analysis.
Adult and pediatric: 70 to 120 msecNeonatal: 40 to 120 msec
Amplitude: ± 2 to ± 700 mVWidth (dp): 0.2 to 2.0 msec
st (not intended for neonates)Available leads
With 3-lead ST option: Choice of any 3 available leadsWith ARIES option: Up to 12 leads
892 msec (-300 to +600 msec from fiducial point)
Isoelectric measurement pointMeasuring range
Graphical, tabular and graphical mini-trends
No. Only bradycardia is available as a low heart rate alarm in neonatal mode
Asystole, ventricular fibril ation, ventricular tachycardia and artifact (ARR label displayed to register arrhythmia occurrence)
Ventricular run, accelerated idioventricular rhythm, supra-ventriculartachycardia, couplet, bigeminy, tachycardia, bradycardia, pause andalso supports PVC/min parameter output.
0.15W to 4.0W in manual mode (user adjustment)0.2W to 1.5W in auto mode (automatic adjustment)
± 1 breath/min or 2% of rate (whichever is greater)
User-selectable upper and lower respiration rate
Masimo® SET® (Signal Extraction Technology)Masimo provides the industry “gold standard” for motion tolerantpulse oximetrySee additional product datasheet for more detailed specifications.
Nel cor™ OxiMax™ 2See additional product datasheet for more detailed specifications.
Saturation (fraction of oxyhemoglobin to functional hemoglobin) and pulse(rate and waveform)
SpO2: 0 to 69% not specifiedSpO2: 70 to 100%: ± 2% (± 3% for neonates; Masimo LNOP-Ear: ± 3.5%; Nel cor DS100A: ± 3%) Pulse: ± 3 bpm or ± 3% (whichever is greater)
User-selectable upper and lower limits for SpO2 and pulse rate Life-threatening desaturation alarm in neonatal mode only
Dräger approved Masimo or Nel cor sensors Dräger reusable SpO2 sensors (not intended for neonates).
Absolute: -5° C to 50° CDelta: 0° C to 55° C
User-selectable upper and lower limits for absolute and delta values
Noninvasive Blood pressure (NBp)Displayed parameters
Manual (single measurement); Continuous (5 minutes) and Interval
1, 2, 2.5, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 45, 60, 120 and 240 minutes
Systolic: 30 to 250 mmHgMean: 20 to 230 mmHgDiastolic: 10 to 210 mmHg
Systolic: 30 to 170 mmHgMean: 20 to 150 mmHgDiastolic: 10 to 130 mmHg
Systolic: 30 to 130 mmHgMean: 20 to 110 mmHgDiastolic: 10 to 100 mmHg
Cuff pressureDefault inflation pressureAdult
Inflation pressure after a valid measurementAdult
Quick-release connector with single airway
Invasive Blood pressureDisplays up to 4 pressures
2 IBP with Y-cable4 IBP with HemoMed™ pod (pod is optional)
DC to 8 Hz, DC to 16 Hz, or DC to 32 Hz (user-selectable)
Dräger approved transducers with a resistance of 200 to 3000Wand an equivalent pressure sensitivity of 5mV/V/mmHg ± 10%
± 1 mmHg or ± 3%, exclusive of transducer (whichever is greater)
User-selectable upper and lower limits for systolic, mean and diastolic pressures
Thin Film Transistor-Liquid Crystal Display Active Matrix (TFT-LCD)
Easy-to-use menu structure and fixed keys
3; High (Life Threatening), Medium (Serious), Low (Advisory)
User Selectable: Infinity, IEC 12 or IEC 22
ConnectionsMultiMed cables, Masimo SET SmartPod®, Nel cor OxiMax SmartPod 2, HemoMed pod, NBP Input, etCO2 module, Infinity Docking Station, analog output, QRS sync output, RS 232, remote keypad, and Scio® Four modules.
DirectNet, wireless or via Infinity Docking Station
Some connections are only accessible via the IDS connection, see individual product datasheets for detailed information.
253 x 365 x 190 mm (10.0 x 14.4 x 7.5 in.)
Information Management CapabilitiesData storage
24 hours of trended parameter information
1-, 5-, 15-, 30- or 60-minute display formats
1-, 2-, 4-, 8-, 12- or 24-hour display formats
Internal y powered (per IEC 60601-1) and for use with specified Class 1 power supplies.
<300 mA @ 120 V AC<500 mA @ 220 V AC
Battery type: lithium-ionBattery capacity: 180 minutes
Battery type: sealed lead-acidBattery capacity: 50 minutesCharging time: 3.5 hours at 25° C
Battery capacity varies with parameter configuration. The battery capacity specified above is under the fol owing load conditions: MultiMed with SpO2 sensor, 2 temperature probes, HemoMed pod with 4 IBPtransducers and a catheter, NBP taking measurements every 15 minutes, LCD Transport Brightness at 50%, and no continuous tone being generated.
Battery capacity may diminish after extended use.
standardsIEC 60601-1(2nd edition) and applicable particular and col ateral standards, IEC 60601-1-2:2007, Electromagnetic compatibility CISPR 11, Class BThe Gamma X XL monitor complies with Medical Devices Directive (MDD) 93/42 EEC and bears the CE mark.
Note: Infinity Docking Station/monitor power supply, MultiMed, and al patient connection and intermediatecables must be ordered separately.
docking stationsInfinity Docking Station (IDS)
Provides mechanical mounting as wel as interfaces for monitor’s electrical,network, video, recorder, and RS 232 data export and serial communications.
Mounting Docking Station
For use in standalone configurationsInfinity Docking Station/Monitor Power Supply
Note: Powers monitor directly or via Infinity Docking StationDocking Station Interface and Power
MultiMed pods and CablesMulti-parameter Cables to Monitor 3-, 5- or 6- lead ECG, impedance respiration, SpO2* and one temperature(two temperatures with Y-cable)MultiMed Plus, 2.5 m
Supports integrated ESU filter for operating room environment.
MultiMed 5, 2.5 m
3-lead ECG, impedance respiration, two temperatures, SpO2* and FiO2.
MultiMed or NeoMed Pole/Rail Mount
*SpO measurements are not available from the MultiMed pods and cables if you are using an alternate
software options6 Waveform Channel option
Invasive Blood Pressure (supports 2 channels with Y cable or
4 channels with HemoMed pod)Arrhythmia II option (ACE®)
3-lead ST Analysis Option (not required with 12-lead option)
ARIES/Physiological Calcs/Arrhythmia package
**Wireless LAN PC card (MS250092), and access point instal ation is required for wireless monitoring.
optional Modules and Hardware accessoriesInvasive Blood Pressure Adapters2 IBP Y-adapter, 10-pin
Provides management of up to 4 invasive blood pressures.
Scio Four Oxi plus, Scio Four plus, Scio Four Oxi and Scio Four modules
2 Requires VF8 software3 Refer to individual module or pod datasheet for additional information.
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