All Spiegelberg ICP monitors have a practical plug-and-play function. After placement of the air-pouch probe, connect it, switch on the monitor and wait for the automatic calibration¹. The latest Spiegelberg ICP monitors come with batteries that last up to 6 hours. Every ICP monitor is compatible with most standard patient monitors.
Spiegelberg ICP monitors run an automatic recalibration process to ensure accurate measurement results¹. A clinical trial² has confirmed that the maximum drift over a period up to 28 days was only +-3 mmHg.
¹ ICP-Monitor internal zeroing; no calibration in the technical sense
² Source: Clinical Evaluation of Intraparenchymal Spiegelberg Pressure Sensor, Congress of
Neurological Surgeons, June 2003.
³ The ICP-Lab software is not a medical device and is not approved for diagnostic purposes.
The Spiegelberg ICP monitor HDM 29.2, manufactured from light-weight aluminium, provides accurate measurement results and is particularly simple to operate. With rechargeable batteries the ICP monitor HDM 29.2 can be operated independently of a mains supply for up to six hours.
The Spiegelberg ICP monitor HDM 29.1 uses the Air-Pouch method for measuring the intracranial pressure. It is compatible with the full range of Spiegelberg Air-Pouch probes. The ICP monitor HDM 29.1 also comes with rechargeable batteries – providing power for up to three hours independent operation.
The Spiegelberg ICP monitor HDM 26.1 also uses the Air-Pouch method for measuring the intracranial pressure and it is compatible with all Spiegelberg Air-Pouch probes. The power supply of the Spiegelberg ICP monitor HDM 26.1 is displayed by a mains power control light.