The Oscar 2™system from SunTech Medical®sets the standard in ABPM by meeting the highest clinical standards, optimizing patient comfort through innovation, and giving clinicians practical interpretive analysis and reporting tools.
The Oscar 2 is the only ABPM device clinically validated to all 3 internationally recognized protocols (BHS, ASH and AAMI SP10), which means we set the standard across the globe for 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring. Whether used in-clinic or at home, the Oscar 2 can provide blood pressure variability, night-time readings, overnight dipping and monitor surges of blood pressure – not everyone can say that!
Designed for patient comfort and compliance, we’ve paired the Oscar 2 with our Orbit cuff and motion- tolerant technology. Add to that our AccuWin Pro software and you can be assured our Oscar 2 ABPM device will provide highly accurate readings 24 hours a day and night.
With the Oscar 2, you can count on us to deliver:
Motion-tolerant Technology: Patented technology ensures fewer failed readings and less repeated studies - from the team that made automated BP during emergency transport and treadmill testing possible
Patented Orbit ABPM Cuffs: Form-fitting sleeve design secures accurate cuff position throughout the study, ensuring consistently reliable readings and patient comfort
AccuWin Pro 3 software: Efficient programming and analysis with advanced options provide powerful flexibility and comprehensive data
Clinical Validations: Independently tested to meet the accuracy and performance requirements of all 3 internationally recognized protocols - BHS, ESH and AAMI:SP10
Reliability: Flash memory eliminates the possibility of lost data
Efficiency: Dynamic inflation relates to previous systolic pressure, reducing measurement time
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Parts & Specs
|Oscar 2™ ABPM System||99-0012-00|
|PowerPack Accessory Kit||98-0056-00|
|AccuWin Pro™ v3 Software (CD)||27-0037-A1|
|Oscar 2 USB Cable||97-0090-02|
|Oscar 2 PC Interface Cable||91-0056-00|
|Small Adult Orbit™ Cuff (18–27 cm)||98-0063-11|
|Adult Orbit Cuff (25–35 cm)||98-0063-12|
|Adult Plus Orbit Cuff (33–40 cm)||98-0063-13|
|Large Adult Orbit Cuff (39–46 cm)||98-0063-14|
|Oscar 2 Pouch||98-0032-00|
|Oscar 2 Belt||98-0037-00|
|Oscar 2 Shoulder Strap||98-0036-00|
|Battery Recharger + 4 NiMH AA batteries||17-0007-00|
|Validations||BHS (A/A), ESH, ANSI/AAMI SP10:2002|
|BP Technique||Oscillometry with step deflation|
|BP Range||25-260 mmHg|
|HR Range||40-200 bpm|
|Sampling Periods||3 adjustable (awake, asleep, and special)|
|Time Intervals||5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 45, 60, 90 and 120 min.|
|Event Key||Program to allow additional patient readings|
|Data Storage||Flash memory stores up to 250 readings|
|Power Source||Two AA batteries|
|Weight||284 grams, including batteries|
|Dimensions||12 x 7 x 3 cm|
|PC Requirements||Serial or USB port, Windows® 98 or later|
How do I register my Oscar 2?
To register, please fill out the product registration card provided with your SunTech® Product. You can also register by filling out our online product registration form under the Products Section of this website.
Does the Oscar 2 or its cables contain Latex?
All of our products, including the Oscar 2, hoses and cables, do not contain any Latex.
How do I turn the unit on/off?
To turn ON, press and hold the start/stop button until you hear a series of 3 quick beeps. To turn OFF, press and hold the start/stop button until you hear a series of five beeps.
Why Use Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring?
Diagnosing and treating hypertension is serious business, and as research shows, ABPM is far superior to other testing available to clinicians. ABPM provides valuable diagnostic information that in-clinic and home blood pressure monitoring systems are incapable of measuring including:
BP variability and a more accurate estimation of true blood pressure
Overnight changes in blood pressure (dipper status)
Morning surges in blood press
In general, ABPM is recognized in the medical community as a valuable tool for supporting the management of appropriate pharmacologic treatment as well as the assessment of:
"White coat” hypertension, when elevated blood pressure measurements are recorded in the physican’s office environment while blood pressure readings outside the physician’s office are within a normal range.
Resistant hypertension, when multiple anti-hypertensive medications fail to adequately control high blood pressure.
Masked hypertension, when in-office measurements fall within an acceptable range, but the mean blood pressure is actually above the acceptable range.
Hypotensive symptoms with hypertensive medications.
The diagnostic test begins with fitting a patient with a portable monitor and BP cuff. The patient leaves and returns the next day. Over this period of time, the monitor takes measurements periodically as programmed by the clinician, generally each 15-30 minutes during awake hours and 30-45 minutes during sleeping hours.
Utilizing our ABP monitor - Oscar 2 or Oscar 2 with SphygmoCor Inside - the patient returns and these measurements are transferred to a computer where they can be easily viewed and documented in a report using the AccuWin Pro™ software. You are then able to see the full picture when it comes to assessing blood pressure and diagnosing hypertension in your patient. The results of ABP monitoring provide the most comprehensive representation of a patient’s complete blood pressure profile.
When the complete picture is what you need, we are here to provide you with just that. Our ABPM devices don’t miss a step – so you won’t either.
Oscar 2: Instructional Video
The Oscar 2™ system from SunTech Medical sets the standard in ABPM by meeting the highest clinical standards, optimizing patient comfort through innovation, and giving clinicians practical interpretive analysis and reporting tools.
Orbit BP Cuff: Proper Sizing
When it comes to cuffs one size does not fit all. We at SunTech Medical continually promote the importance of proper BP measurement technique. One of the most integral parts of BP measurement is ensuring you are using the correct cuff size for your patient. This becomes even more important for ABPM studies using the Oscar 2 because the cuff is the sensor, and therefore a main component of generating BP results. Applying an unsuitable cuff to your patient can cause erroneous ABPM study results, and therefore affect a patient's hypertension diagnosis. To facilitate proper cuff sizing when using the SunTech Medical Oscar 2 ABPM System, we have created this video which will walk you through the required steps to determine the appropriate cuff size for each ABPM study you conduct.