MiniStim* MS-IVB
Peripheral Nerve Stimulator

The MiniStim* MS-IVB is a compact, simple to use peripheral nerve stimulator that can be used for neuromuscular monitoring anywhere.

Studies have shown that when NMBAs are used for surgery, neuromuscular monitoring is important[1]

The MiniStim* MS-IVB peripheral nerve stimulator is designed for use in the operating room, post-anesthesia care, ICU and critical care environments. Tested for electrosurgery compatibility, it comes with both a probe and a lead set to suit a variety of physician preferences for neuromuscular monitoring.

Additional features include:

  • Completely portable
  • 2-year replacement warranty
  • Full function neuromuscular monitoring
  • Offers patient disconnect/current delivery indication
[1]McGrath C. Monitoring of neuromuscular block. Continuing Education in Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain. Vol 6 Number 1 2006.

There are inherent risks in all medical devices, please refer to the product labeling for Indications, Cautions, Warnings and Contraindications. For example, failure to follow the product labeling regarding filling, flow rate selection and placement of the pump and/or catheter could directly impact patient safety. Physician is responsible for prescribing and administering medications per instructions provided by the drug manufacturer. Refer to the website for product safety Technical Bulletins. For specific questions regarding the pump or medication prescribed to you, please contact your physician.

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