Utilizing wireless protocols, data is transmitted to the
The Dx–Transmitter is attached to the Dx–pH Probe with a USB-mini connector. It collects the pH data from the Dx–pH Probe during the study and sends it to the Dx–Recorder using wireless telemetry.
The minimally invasive Dx–pH Probe is introduced via the naris and rests just behind the soft palate for the duration of the study. The Dx–pH Probe measures pH while the
Dx–Transmitter sends data to the Dx–Recorder.
Primus™ pH Probe
The Primus pH Probe has a smaller tip and softer catheter than the standard Dx-pH Probe. It is ideal for patients who are more sensitive or have less nasopharyngeal clearance.
Dx–Calibration Vials™ and Dx–Calibration Stand™
Prior to a study, the Dx–pH Probe is calibrated with pH 4 and pH 7 standard buffer solutions. Water is also included in the kit to rinse the probe between pH solutions. The
Dx–Calibration Vials contain single use, disposable sets of pH 7, pH 4, and rinse solutions.
The Sleep Adapter is compatible with a polysomnograph.