From the UK market leaders in hemodynamic monitoring, introducing Stimpod NMS 450X.

The Stimpod NMS450X Peripheral Nerve Stimulator is a quantitative Neuromuscular Blocking Agent monitor. The included tri-axial accelerometer allows the monitor to provide accurate and real-time feedback of train of four ratios and post-tetanic counts throughout the entire procedure. It can also be used for precision nerve location and close needle placements in regional anaesthesia procedures.

Quantitative NMT Monitoring

Train of Four | Post Tetanic Count | Double Burst | Tetanus | Twitch

Nerve Mapping & Locating


  • Simplifies LiDCOplus calibration process
  • OneTouch NMT Monitoring
  • Electrode Placement Verification
  • Quick Setup & No Calibration
  • Handheld
  • Data Connectivity


  • Reusable Sensor
  • Standard ECG Electrode Compatible
  • Quantitative NMT Monitoring reduces incidence of residual paralysis, increases operating room throughput and lowers cost


  • Compliant with AAGBI 2016 guidelines for TOF monitoring*
  • 23 years of AMG research proves it identifies residual paralysis in 97% of patients
  • Pioneers of quantitative monitoring technology since 1998
  • Trusted by anaesthesiologists in over 40 countries
* Checklets, M.R,. et al. (2016) Recommendations for standards of monitoring during anaesthesia and recovery 2015: Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland. Anesthesia. 71. 85-93

The UK market leaders in hemodynamic monitoring now offer Stimpod NMS 450X

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Please note this range is distributed by LiDCO only in the UK



The Stimpod NMS450X features OneTouch NMT™ technology which enables the user to monitor an entire case from electrode placement to extubation at the press of a single button.

Once initiated, the Stimpod will automatically find the optimal electrode placement, assign the appropriate supramaximal current, begin Train of Four Monitoring (TOF Monitoring) and move to Post Tetanic Count (PTC) when a deep/profound block is achieved.

When the patient begins the reversal process, the Stimpod monitor will automatically reinitiate TOF monitoring until the patient is 90%+ recovered. No manual intervention is required to manage the process. Along the way, the Stimpod will detect and notify the user of the depth of the neuromuscular blockade.

Accurate and real-time NMT monitoring

Supports Train-of-Four (TOF), Post-Tetanic-Count (PTC), Double Burst (DB), Tetanus and Twitch stimulation modes for accurate NeuroMuscular Transmission Monitoring.

Electrode placement verification

Verify effective electrode placement and optimal stimulation current.

Data connectivity

Transfer case data to electronic medical records with ease.

Quick setup and no calibration

Patient can be monitored instantly and at any time during the procedure.

Workflow guidance

Step-by-step prompts for proper setup and use.

Reusable 3D AMG Sensor

Reusable sensor design saves running costs compared to devices with disposable sensors.

Versatile Sensor Placement

The 3D AMG sensor can be placed on the thumb, toe or face.

Standard ECG Electrode Compatible

Compatible with off-the-shelf ECG electrodes, allowing hospitals the freedom to purchase or use any existing electrode.

Nerve mapping and locating

Includes combined mapping and location functionality for peripheral nerve blocks.

Handheld or IV pole mount

Handheld portability with a rapid quick-snap IV pole mountable design makes it easy to move between the OR, PACU and ICU.

Current Range

Nerve Locating: 0.0 – 5.0mA
Nerve Mapping: 0 – 20mA
NMT Monitoring: 0 – 80mA

Load Impedance

Nerve Locating: 0 – 20kΩ (100V)
Nerve Mapping: 0 – 20kΩ (400V)
NMT Monitoring: 0 – 5kΩ (400V)

Stimulating Modes

Train-of-Four (TOF)
Double Burst (DB)
Post-Tetanic-Count (PTC)
Supra Maximal Current (SMC)
Tetanus (TET)
Twitch (1Hz, 2Hz, 5Hz)
Auto (Changes automatically depending on the depth of the block)


145mm x 90mm x 30mm

Operating Temperature

10 – 40° Celsius

Storage Temperature

10 – 40° Celsius


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