Five so far: GE Carescape™, Philips Intellivue™ MP/MX series, Drager Delta Infinity™, Spacelabs (PDL), and Datex-Ohmeda CardioCap 5™.
Heart rate, oxygen saturation, and non-invasive blood pressure. Invasive blood pressure is an option for GE Carescape™, Philips Intellivue™ and Drager Delta Infinity™. The user can select as many or as few as desired (e.g. mean blood pressure alone during cardiopulmonary bypass).
The user can customize zones as well as set delay intervals to minimize nuisance triggers such as an oximetry probe falling off a finger or a surgeon leaning on a blood pressure cuff. A heart rate fallback to oximetry prevents triggers from electrocautery.
CanaryBox™ can be put into a music-playing standby mode for room turnovers.
Yes, given its intended use to simplify and automate the control of music volume in the operating room. CanaryBox™ falls within Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations 880.6310. It does not control or alter the functions or parameters of any connected medical device, nor does it manage or broadcast alarms.
CanaryBox™ accepts a standard 3.5mm audio input so any ipod, ipad, iphone, or computer can serve as a music source. It has a standard 3.5mm audio output jack to interface with the room's existing sound system.
A longer audio cable is sometimes necessary to reach the amplifier. Shielded 35-50ft cables are available that preserve sound quality and can be routed to fit the room. Alternatively, wireless connections can be accomplished via a Bluetooth™ transmitter and receiver.