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Nonin Pulse Oximeter



The Nonin Onyx Vantage 9590 is built to last and provides proven accuracy in the widest range of patients and settings. From pediatric to adult, light to dark skin, and good to low perfusion, the Onyx Vantage 9590 dependably meets your clinical needs.
In fact, Onyx is the only fingertip pulse oximeter brand whose accuracy and performance claims are supported by published peer-reviewed and clinical studies.

Backed by responsive in-house customer support from the inventor of the world’s first fingertip pulse oximeter, the Onyx name is trusted by millions of clinicians worldwide.
The Nonin Onyx Vantage 9590 is a valuable tool in any situation where a fast and accurate reading of blood oxygen saturation and pulse rates are needed. The Nonin Onyx Vantage 9590 fingertip pulse oximeter is intended for use by health professionals.

Two 1.5 volt AAA-size batteries power the 9590 for about 6,000 spot checks or 36 hours of operation. Nonin recommends using alkaline batteries (included with each new device). When batteries are low, the numeric displays flash once per second.

  • Clinician-facing, brilliant, easy-to-see LED SpO2 and pulse rate can be read from any angle, day or night.
  • Three-color pulse quality indicator LED provides a quick assessment of patient pulse quality.
  • Nonin’s proven PureSAT® SpO2 technology for accuracy in the widest range of patients and settings
  • One product for both pediatric to adult patients - Accommodates a wide range of finger thicknesses: 8 mm to 25.4 mm (0.3” to 1.0”)
  • Proven durability -The Onyx is proven tough enough to withstand a minimum of 50 drops
  • Automatic turn on and off for fast and easy spot checks
  • Portable - Take the Nonin Onyx Vantage 9590 anywhere—it weighs less than two ounces
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Personalized Medicine

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The era of ‘Personalized Medicine’ has now arrived. It allows your physician to understand from your specific DNA profile what medications will work best. It’s called ‘pharmacogenetic testing’ or PGT.


No more trial and error prescribing, no longer having the danger of Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) which put over 2 million people annually in the hospital and cause over 100,000 deaths each year.

Click on links for more informationPharmacogenomics at Mayo Clinic

Now doctors can have the knowledge to avoid these issues. Personalized Medicine helps doctors to individualize drug therapy, decrease adverse drug reactions, and increase the effectiveness of treatment plans.

The New Era of Personalized Medicine

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