Nasal Alar FAST SpO₂ Sensor, Case of 20

Pulse oximetry supplies

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The single patient use Nasal Alar FAST (Fourier Artifact Suppression Technology) SpO₂ Sensor* measures arterial oxygen saturation at the ala, which is an optimal measurement site for difficult-to-measure patients. It produces a strong, consistent signal, even in patients with poor perfusion¹. Designed for comfort and durability, the sensor is non-adhesive and can be used for up to seven days.

Features
Customer story: real-world experience
Customer story: real-world experience video

Customer story: real-world experience

Conventional pulse oximeters are placed on the finger, but for patients with poor perfusion the Philips Nasal Alar SpO2 sensor offers an exciting and practical alternative. Watch this video to hear Dr. Lieven Vergote and Mr. Kristoff Colman from the A.S.Z. Hospital in Aalst, Belgium, share their real-world experience of the Alar sensor and explain some of the benefits of this solution.

Customer story: real-world experience

Customer story: real-world experience video

Conventional pulse oximeters are placed on the finger, but for patients with poor perfusion the Philips Nasal Alar SpO2 sensor offers an exciting and practical alternative. Watch this video to hear Dr. Lieven Vergote and Mr. Kristoff Colman from the A.S.Z. Hospital in Aalst, Belgium, share their real-world experience of the Alar sensor and explain some of the benefits of this solution.

Customer story: real-world experience

Conventional pulse oximeters are placed on the finger, but for patients with poor perfusion the Philips Nasal Alar SpO2 sensor offers an exciting and practical alternative. Watch this video to hear Dr. Lieven Vergote and Mr. Kristoff Colman from the A.S.Z. Hospital in Aalst, Belgium, share their real-world experience of the Alar sensor and explain some of the benefits of this solution.
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Customer story: real-world experience
Customer story: real-world experience video

Customer story: real-world experience

Conventional pulse oximeters are placed on the finger, but for patients with poor perfusion the Philips Nasal Alar SpO2 sensor offers an exciting and practical alternative. Watch this video to hear Dr. Lieven Vergote and Mr. Kristoff Colman from the A.S.Z. Hospital in Aalst, Belgium, share their real-world experience of the Alar sensor and explain some of the benefits of this solution.
Preferred placement for low perfusion
Reliable and comfortable

Reliable and comfortable

When compared to forehead sensors, the Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor showed lower occurrence of pressure injuries over a period of 5 days of sensor use¹. The alar sensor doesn’t require headbands or adhesive, exposing the patient to minimal heat and pressure.

Reliable and comfortable

Reliable and comfortable
When compared to forehead sensors, the Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor showed lower occurrence of pressure injuries over a period of 5 days of sensor use¹. The alar sensor doesn’t require headbands or adhesive, exposing the patient to minimal heat and pressure.

Reliable and comfortable

When compared to forehead sensors, the Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor showed lower occurrence of pressure injuries over a period of 5 days of sensor use¹. The alar sensor doesn’t require headbands or adhesive, exposing the patient to minimal heat and pressure.
Click here for more information
Preferred placement for low perfusion
Reliable and comfortable

Reliable and comfortable

When compared to forehead sensors, the Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor showed lower occurrence of pressure injuries over a period of 5 days of sensor use¹. The alar sensor doesn’t require headbands or adhesive, exposing the patient to minimal heat and pressure.
Low perfusion solution
Ala placement provides reliable measurement

Ala placement provides reliable measurement

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor is placed at the ala – where the nose meets the cheek and facial arteries are fed by the internal and external carotid arteries to produce a strong, consistent signal.

Ala placement provides reliable measurement

Ala placement provides reliable measurement
The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor is placed at the ala – where the nose meets the cheek and facial arteries are fed by the internal and external carotid arteries to produce a strong, consistent signal.

Ala placement provides reliable measurement

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor is placed at the ala – where the nose meets the cheek and facial arteries are fed by the internal and external carotid arteries to produce a strong, consistent signal.
Click here for more information
Low perfusion solution
Ala placement provides reliable measurement

Ala placement provides reliable measurement

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor is placed at the ala – where the nose meets the cheek and facial arteries are fed by the internal and external carotid arteries to produce a strong, consistent signal.
Durable SpO₂ sensor
Use up to seven days

Use up to seven days

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor can help you detect changes in oxygen saturation so you can respond quickly. One alar sensor can be used for an extended ICU stay.

Use up to seven days

Use up to seven days
The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor can help you detect changes in oxygen saturation so you can respond quickly. One alar sensor can be used for an extended ICU stay.

Use up to seven days

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor can help you detect changes in oxygen saturation so you can respond quickly. One alar sensor can be used for an extended ICU stay.
Click here for more information
Durable SpO₂ sensor
Use up to seven days

Use up to seven days

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor can help you detect changes in oxygen saturation so you can respond quickly. One alar sensor can be used for an extended ICU stay.
Flexible use cases
Patient assessment in the OR

Patient assessment in the OR

Oxygen saturation is an important measure for assessing patients during surgery. When used in the OR, the Alar is situated on a more accessible site to anesthesiologists than traditional finger sensors.

Patient assessment in the OR

Patient assessment in the OR
Oxygen saturation is an important measure for assessing patients during surgery. When used in the OR, the Alar is situated on a more accessible site to anesthesiologists than traditional finger sensors.

Patient assessment in the OR

Oxygen saturation is an important measure for assessing patients during surgery. When used in the OR, the Alar is situated on a more accessible site to anesthesiologists than traditional finger sensors.
Click here for more information
Flexible use cases
Patient assessment in the OR

Patient assessment in the OR

Oxygen saturation is an important measure for assessing patients during surgery. When used in the OR, the Alar is situated on a more accessible site to anesthesiologists than traditional finger sensors.
  • Customer story: real-world experience
  • Preferred placement for low perfusion
  • Low perfusion solution
  • Durable SpO₂ sensor
See all features
Customer story: real-world experience
Customer story: real-world experience video

Customer story: real-world experience

Conventional pulse oximeters are placed on the finger, but for patients with poor perfusion the Philips Nasal Alar SpO2 sensor offers an exciting and practical alternative. Watch this video to hear Dr. Lieven Vergote and Mr. Kristoff Colman from the A.S.Z. Hospital in Aalst, Belgium, share their real-world experience of the Alar sensor and explain some of the benefits of this solution.

Customer story: real-world experience

Customer story: real-world experience video

Conventional pulse oximeters are placed on the finger, but for patients with poor perfusion the Philips Nasal Alar SpO2 sensor offers an exciting and practical alternative. Watch this video to hear Dr. Lieven Vergote and Mr. Kristoff Colman from the A.S.Z. Hospital in Aalst, Belgium, share their real-world experience of the Alar sensor and explain some of the benefits of this solution.

Customer story: real-world experience

Conventional pulse oximeters are placed on the finger, but for patients with poor perfusion the Philips Nasal Alar SpO2 sensor offers an exciting and practical alternative. Watch this video to hear Dr. Lieven Vergote and Mr. Kristoff Colman from the A.S.Z. Hospital in Aalst, Belgium, share their real-world experience of the Alar sensor and explain some of the benefits of this solution.
Click here for more information
Customer story: real-world experience
Customer story: real-world experience video

Customer story: real-world experience

Conventional pulse oximeters are placed on the finger, but for patients with poor perfusion the Philips Nasal Alar SpO2 sensor offers an exciting and practical alternative. Watch this video to hear Dr. Lieven Vergote and Mr. Kristoff Colman from the A.S.Z. Hospital in Aalst, Belgium, share their real-world experience of the Alar sensor and explain some of the benefits of this solution.
Preferred placement for low perfusion
Reliable and comfortable

Reliable and comfortable

When compared to forehead sensors, the Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor showed lower occurrence of pressure injuries over a period of 5 days of sensor use¹. The alar sensor doesn’t require headbands or adhesive, exposing the patient to minimal heat and pressure.

Reliable and comfortable

Reliable and comfortable
When compared to forehead sensors, the Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor showed lower occurrence of pressure injuries over a period of 5 days of sensor use¹. The alar sensor doesn’t require headbands or adhesive, exposing the patient to minimal heat and pressure.

Reliable and comfortable

When compared to forehead sensors, the Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor showed lower occurrence of pressure injuries over a period of 5 days of sensor use¹. The alar sensor doesn’t require headbands or adhesive, exposing the patient to minimal heat and pressure.
Click here for more information
Preferred placement for low perfusion
Reliable and comfortable

Reliable and comfortable

When compared to forehead sensors, the Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor showed lower occurrence of pressure injuries over a period of 5 days of sensor use¹. The alar sensor doesn’t require headbands or adhesive, exposing the patient to minimal heat and pressure.
Low perfusion solution
Ala placement provides reliable measurement

Ala placement provides reliable measurement

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor is placed at the ala – where the nose meets the cheek and facial arteries are fed by the internal and external carotid arteries to produce a strong, consistent signal.

Ala placement provides reliable measurement

Ala placement provides reliable measurement
The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor is placed at the ala – where the nose meets the cheek and facial arteries are fed by the internal and external carotid arteries to produce a strong, consistent signal.

Ala placement provides reliable measurement

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor is placed at the ala – where the nose meets the cheek and facial arteries are fed by the internal and external carotid arteries to produce a strong, consistent signal.
Click here for more information
Low perfusion solution
Ala placement provides reliable measurement

Ala placement provides reliable measurement

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor is placed at the ala – where the nose meets the cheek and facial arteries are fed by the internal and external carotid arteries to produce a strong, consistent signal.
Durable SpO₂ sensor
Use up to seven days

Use up to seven days

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor can help you detect changes in oxygen saturation so you can respond quickly. One alar sensor can be used for an extended ICU stay.

Use up to seven days

Use up to seven days
The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor can help you detect changes in oxygen saturation so you can respond quickly. One alar sensor can be used for an extended ICU stay.

Use up to seven days

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor can help you detect changes in oxygen saturation so you can respond quickly. One alar sensor can be used for an extended ICU stay.
Click here for more information
Durable SpO₂ sensor
Use up to seven days

Use up to seven days

The Nasal Alar SpO₂ Sensor can help you detect changes in oxygen saturation so you can respond quickly. One alar sensor can be used for an extended ICU stay.
Flexible use cases
Patient assessment in the OR

Patient assessment in the OR

Oxygen saturation is an important measure for assessing patients during surgery. When used in the OR, the Alar is situated on a more accessible site to anesthesiologists than traditional finger sensors.

Patient assessment in the OR

Patient assessment in the OR
Oxygen saturation is an important measure for assessing patients during surgery. When used in the OR, the Alar is situated on a more accessible site to anesthesiologists than traditional finger sensors.

Patient assessment in the OR

Oxygen saturation is an important measure for assessing patients during surgery. When used in the OR, the Alar is situated on a more accessible site to anesthesiologists than traditional finger sensors.
Click here for more information
Flexible use cases
Patient assessment in the OR

Patient assessment in the OR

Oxygen saturation is an important measure for assessing patients during surgery. When used in the OR, the Alar is situated on a more accessible site to anesthesiologists than traditional finger sensors.

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Product details
Product details
Package dimensions
  • 270 x 230 x 127 mm (10.5 x 9 x 5 in)
Product details
Product details
Use with non-Philips healthcare equipment
  • No
Use with Philips healthcare equipment
  • M1020B, M3001A, MP2, X2 MX100, X3 MP5, MP5SC, MP5T
Color
  • White
Product category
  • SpO₂
Product type
  • Sensor
CE certified
  • Yes
Single-patient use or multi-patient use
  • Single-patient use
Package weight
  • 1.36 kg (3 lbs)
Packaging unit
  • 20 sensors
Not manufactured with natural rubber latex
  • Yes
Sterile or non-sterile
  • Non-sterile
Shelf life
  • Five years
SpO2 Sensor
SpO2 Sensor
Adapter Cable Compatibility
  • M1943A, M1943AL
SpO₂ sensor
SpO₂ sensor
Patient application
  • Pediatric and adult
Application site
  • Nasal ala
Cable length
  • 1 m (3.28 ft)
Product details
Product details
Package dimensions
  • 270 x 230 x 127 mm (10.5 x 9 x 5 in)
Product details
Product details
Use with non-Philips healthcare equipment
  • No
Use with Philips healthcare equipment
  • M1020B, M3001A, MP2, X2 MX100, X3 MP5, MP5SC, MP5T
See all specifications
Product details
Product details
Package dimensions
  • 270 x 230 x 127 mm (10.5 x 9 x 5 in)
Product details
Product details
Use with non-Philips healthcare equipment
  • No
Use with Philips healthcare equipment
  • M1020B, M3001A, MP2, X2 MX100, X3 MP5, MP5SC, MP5T
Color
  • White
Product category
  • SpO₂
Product type
  • Sensor
CE certified
  • Yes
Single-patient use or multi-patient use
  • Single-patient use
Package weight
  • 1.36 kg (3 lbs)
Packaging unit
  • 20 sensors
Not manufactured with natural rubber latex
  • Yes
Sterile or non-sterile
  • Non-sterile
Shelf life
  • Five years
SpO2 Sensor
SpO2 Sensor
Adapter Cable Compatibility
  • M1943A, M1943AL
SpO₂ sensor
SpO₂ sensor
Patient application
  • Pediatric and adult
Application site
  • Nasal ala
Cable length
  • 1 m (3.28 ft)
  • * Nasal Alar FAST SpO₂ Sensor is not released in all geographies. Please check with your Philips representative for complete portfolio availability.
  • 1. Shallom M, Prentice D, Sona C, Mazuski J. Comparison of Nasal and Forehead Oximetry Accuracy and Pressure Injury in Critically Ill Patients. Critical Care Medicine. 2016;44:12(Suppl.).

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