I'm an EMT in the states, and I have been looking around for an affordable watch aimed at the medical community. Medical personnel are avid watch fans =-) I was thinking in the $300 - $500 range.
I wanted to see what everyone thought about a Lum Tec geared that way?
A chrono with a pulse meter is a must, and a respiration meter would be awesome too! it would need to be easy to sterilize.
My personal preferences would be a 10 or 15 min dial for one of the chrono dials, pulse + resp meters, left hand buttons, 13-24 marked somewhere around the hour marks, The primary (big) second hand operated by the stopwatch, while the main second hand would be in a subdial, and a date window. somehow fitting a slide rule on there would be awesome, but I'm not sure if there would be much room =-/
I have a watch with a slide rule that's awesome for quickly calculating tank pressures, but if I had to choose between that and a pulse / resp meter I would want the meters more.
For anyone interested in similar watches, here's a few with some of the features specific to the medical community.
Sinn EZM4 Achilles
St Gallen watches
Those are just a few good examples.
Anyway, let me know what you guys think!