Finger Pulse Oximeter With Case
Pulse oximetry is a method for measuring and monitoring a patient’s oxygen saturation. It gives the readings of peripheral oxygen saturation and arterial oxygen saturation. Pulse oximetry is key in almost any situation where a condition affects the body’s blood oxygen levels, including asthma, anaemia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, heart attack, heart failure, lung cancer, pneumonia and sleep apnea.
Every organ in your body needs oxygen to survive. In the absence of oxygen, cells malfunction and eventually die. Cell death can result in organ failure. Your body transports oxygen to all of its organs by filtering it through your lungs. Your lungs then distribute oxygen into your blood via haemoglobin proteins in red blood cells. These proteins are responsible for supplying oxygen to the rest of your body.
A finger pulse oximeter measures the percentage of oxygen in haemoglobin proteins called oxygen saturation. Oxygen saturation indicates how much oxygen is getting to all your organs. Normal oxygen saturation levels are between ninety-five and a hundred per cent.
- Reliable accuracy and durability
- Display adjustable.
- Low voltage indicator, Real-time spot-checks.
- Low power consumption,50 hours continuous to work.
- Low Perfusion < 0.4%
- Automatic power off when no signal
- Small and light weight, convenient to carry
- Widely used in hospitals, home healthcare, oxygen bars, community medical centres, alpine areas, sports healthcare etc.
Pulse Oximeter /SpO2 PR PI RR 4Fuctions
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