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Fingertip SpO2 monitor

fingertip SpO2 monitor
fingertip SpO2 monitor
fingertip SpO2 monitor
fingertip SpO2 monitor
fingertip SpO2 monitor
fingertip SpO2 monitor
fingertip SpO2 monitor
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Oxygen Monitor Finger for Adults and Children: Measures Pulse Rate and Oxygen Saturation (SpO2). New Product to UK. Used in clinics, sports settings and for simple, practical home monitoring. Oximeter is CE rated medical device. Batteries included. Product Description Pulse Oximeter used for measuring the pulse rate and functional oxygen saturation (SpO2) through the person’s finger in clinics, sports settings and follow-up assessments. So easy to use, patients can operate it themselves for home monitoring. Suitable for spot-checking SpO2 and pulse rate of adult and paediatric patients. The large and rotatable multidirectional display offers 4 different layout options, making it more convenient to test different fingers or switch to another layout for the caregiver to read. Long-press the button to select a brightness level ranging from 1 to 3. It is clearer and brighter even in darkness. What is a Pulse Oximeter? A pulse oximeter is a small medical device that is put on the tip of the finger, to check someone’s oxygen levels. Using an MCU chip and optical sensor, the blood oxygen signal is collected by photoelectric sensing principle. It measures blood oxygen levels by transmitting light through a finger – they are more accurate than smart watches or phones - and quickly shows the pulse rate and SpO2 blood oxygen saturation of arterial haemoglobin levels. Pulse oximetry can help with earlier detection of silent hypoxia, where people have low oxygen levels in the absence of significant shortness of breath. This can help ensure more timely hospital treatment if required.
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