Set it and forget it!

VitalConnect™arrow_right_altinsert_chart_outlined
Reads vitals from the monitor directly and enters it into the chart for you.
  • Continuously reads data from the monitor.
  • Records vitals for initial checkpoint and for interval checkpoints throughout the case.

VitalSync™swap_horizinsert_chart_outlined
Both read from and control the monitor.
  • Ultimate hands-off experience.
  • Just plug in the USB cable and we'll take it from there.
  • Initiates blood pressure readings when needed.
  • Writes patient name and info to the monitor.
  • Configures pediatric vs. adult settings automatically based on DOB and weight.

How to preview the experience:

Use the "tour mode" in the app to show you exactly how it works with auto monitoring enabled. No account needed just click this link to opening the app in your browser and selecting "start mock case." Or, if you already have an account, by selecting "tour mode" from the menu in the upper right corner of your screen. Part way through, you'll be asked if you want the "auto" or "manual" version of the tour.

How to try it for real:

You'll need a compatible monitor.

If you already have one, great! Select your monitor below for instructions.

If you don't have a compatible monitor you can buy a PPM3 directly from us! Just contact support@xchart.com for details.

Monitors capable of full VitalSync™

Want to buy one? Contact us: support@xchart.com

Monitors capable of VitalConnect™

How does it work?

When you start a new case you'll see a "Configure Monitor" button in the status bar at the top to help you select and connect to your monitor.

When you get to the "Monitor Setup" page you specify what data you'd like in the report.

That's it! Now when vital checkpoints are due, the app will read them from the monitor directly and enter them for you. And, don't worry, you still have full control of what shows up on the final report, but the manual process of gathering data for each checkpoint is now fully automated!

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us: support@xchart.com

What you'll need for the PPM3 (By Zoe Medical)

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    An Xchart.com Subscription.
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    A free cable from us. The PPM3 requires a custom cable with some unique wiring. But, it plugs into a standard USB-C port. If you own a PPM3 and you have an active subscription with an active payment method, we'll gladly send you a free cable. Just email us: support@xchart.com
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    A computer running Chrome or Edge. You can run it on nearly any computer as long as it's capable of running the latest Chrome browser and has a USB port. Please note that this excludes most phones and tablets. It has to be a real computer capable of running the full version of Chrome. If you have any questions, just contact us: support@xchart.com

What you'll need for Criticare

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    An Xchart.com Subscription.
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    The right cables/adapters. We suggest this cable and this adapter.
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    A computer running Chrome or Edge. You can run it on nearly any computer as long as it's capable of running the latest Chrome browser and has a USB port. Please note that this excludes most phones and tablets. It has to be a real computer capable of running the full version of Chrome. If you have any questions, just contact us: support@xchart.com

What you'll need for Edan

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    An Xchart.com Subscription.
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    Windows or Mac computer.
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    Download and install the app for your platform:
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    An Edan monitor connected to your local network. Currently we support most newer Edan monitors with a network port. We've built and tested things primarily against the the iM80 but it should work with all the monitors in that series: iM50/iM60/iM70/iM80 as well as with the M3 model.

What you'll need for Mindray

There are two different ways to connect a Mindray, it varies by model type. The most straightforward approach is using a serial cable, we have tested extensively with the ePM 12 MA. But not all Mindray monitors support serial connections.

For the serial cable approach (recommended):

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    An Xchart.com Subscription.
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    The right cables/adapters. We suggest this cable.
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    A computer running Chrome or Edge. You can run it on nearly any computer as long as it's capable of running the latest Chrome browser and has a USB port. Please note that this excludes most phones and tablets. It has to be a real computer capable of running the full version of Chrome. If you have any questions, just contact us: support@xchart.com

For the network port approach:

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    An Xchart.com Subscription.
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    Windows or Mac computer.
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    Download and install the app for your platform:
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    A Mindray monitor connected to your local network. We've added support for monitors that follow the Mindray Patient Data Share Protocol. This is a protocol Mindray has been using for many years. We've tested primarily against the cPM 12. But have been assured by Mindray that most of their monitors use the same protocols.

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