The pulse oximeter is a necessary device for every home and family, regardless of the conditions.
It can work preventively, detecting shortness of breath in case of a virus.
Reliability, durability, accuracy, low price.
Just place your finger, press the button and in just a few seconds you will receive the results of your blood oxygen as well as your heartbeat.
It measures blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) and heart rate.
It is essential when providing first aid to the elderly, people at risk for allergies, respiratory or heart problems, and those working in unhealthy and heavy occupations.
Built-in SPO2 sensor and imaging processing unit
Screen: Color screen of organic OLED photodiodes.
Ability to measure SPO2 and pulse frequency accurately
SPO2 and pulse frequency, bar chart
Low battery indicator
Low consumption, automatic shutdown when no signal is received
Small in volume (36x36x58 mm), light, convenient to carry
SPO2: 35 ~ 99% Pulse frequency: 30 ~ 250BPM
Discretionary capacity: 1% for SPO2, 1BPM for pulse rate
Power supply: 2 1.5V AAA alkaline batteries (not included)
Color: Gray open
Possibility to operate for 30 consecutive hours.
Suitable for home use, for use in hospitals, for community health, for health care for athletes, etc.
Instructions for use in English (abbreviated / schematic)
- However, in order for the oximeter to be useful to you, you need to know what the normal oxygen values in the blood are, so that you can evaluate the result.
Quite simply, if your indication is above 95% it is normal, but lower values, ie 92% -91% indicate hypoxemia (low O2 in the blood) and below 90% respiratory failure.
Keep in mind that at an altitude of about 1500 meters from 92% to 94% is considered normal and we mention this since finger oximeters are widely used by climbers.
- Pulse oximetry only measures oxygenation and is not a complete measure of gas exchange.
- Remember that dark nail polish can damage oxygen reading.