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fingertip pulse oximeter / compact / wireless
Easy@Home Areta

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fingertip pulse oximeter / compact / wireless fingertip pulse oximeter / compact / wireless - Easy@Home Areta
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Characteristics

  • Configuration:

    fingertip, compact

  • Other characteristics:

    wireless

Description

Overview:

This Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is the perfect choice for monitoring and measuring on-the-spot SpO2 and Pulse Rates. With digital blood oxygen and pulse sensor meter, this device provides you a fast and accurate reading of your real time Oxygen Saturation of Arterial Hemoglobin and Pulse Rate. The Strength and Regularity of your pulse is indicated by the Bar Graph and Waveform on the display. The universal finger clip allows the Oximeter to fit a range of finger sizes from children through adults. It turns off automatically when a finger is removed. The Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is approved by the FDA and can be used without a medical prescription. Users of this product include a variety of sports enthusiasts such as mountain climbers, hikers, skiers, bikers, as well as by those who have the need to measure and monitor oxygen saturation and pulse rate/strength/regularity.
Features:

Measure and monitor blood oxygen saturation levels (SpO2) and pulse rate in seconds with high accuracy. Shows the reading in numbers as well as the wave forms (plethysmograph) and the bar graph gives a visual indication of the irregular, weak heartbeat, or incorrect reading
Smart Display in 4 directions and 8 modes by simply pushing one button; user friendly
Audio Alarm available to alert abnormal SpO2 level and pulse rate
Easy and Convenient One Button Operation
Auto power-off after 10 Seconds; last display mode saved after power off
Resistance to ambient light and interference of man made light
Comes with elegant carrying case and Neck/wrist cord
Approved by FDA; perfect for sport and aviation use