DCH Auriga is partnering Spacelabs in Hong Kong for sales and distribution services. During the Gemini and Apollo space missions in the 60’s and 70’s, the NASA Ground Stations monitored the health of the astronauts when they were orbiting thousands of kilometers away from Planet Earth.
As early as 1958, two scientists Ben Ettelson and James A Reeves began the development of cardiac monitoring and telemetry systems for NASA to monitor astronauts' vital signs in the early space missions. Their technologies were later used in both Gemini and Apollo missions. The company went on to develop sophisticated medical monitoring systems making them one of the top US manufacturers in the 1980s. This company is Spacelabs. DCH Auriga is bringing our own cutting edge distribution know-how to support this leader in sophisticated medical devices.
To date, Spacelabs Healthcare continues to offer products and services to provide Patient monitoring & connectivity to hospitals and medical centers. Their goal is to provide powerful tools for clinician and the best care experience for their patients.
DCH Auriga is proud to represent them to bring Spacelabs’ products and services to more patients in this part of the world.
Qube Mini, the latest Spacelabs patient monitor, optimizes transport and allows easy access of patient data. Its mounted feature and large color screen make patient data easily readable from the bedside or across the room. It can also be configured as a standalone monitor or used on a network. All waveforms and values of the 11 defined parameters can be sent to Central Station and EMR Access. Qube Mini is perfect for any hospital settings. If you want to learn more about the products of Spacelabs Healthcare, please contact DCH Auriga Hong Kong at email@example.com
DCH Auriga, its affiliates, and employees, will not be held responsible for any injuries, disease, or death from the use of the products. For the avoidance of doubt, the products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.