Finger Oxygen Monitor Pulse Oximeter
- Portable Finger Oxygen Monitor adopting advanced technology, it mainly checks SpO2 and PR value through the finger, which provides advanced, non-invasive and scientific means for quantitative measurement of oxygen saturation.
- Applicable for use in plateau area, community healthcare, oxygen bar, Fitness clubs, physical training room, family and medical-institution, etc.
- Particularly suitable for persons with : Heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary.
- Suitable for sports at high altitudes (e.g. mountaineering, skiing and aviation sports).
- Parameters: SPO2 (blood oxygen saturation), PR (pulse rate / heart rate),
- Features color LED display to display content clearly.
- Silicone finger molds, which is comfortable to wear and does not oppress finger tips.
- Low power consumption
- Small in size, light weight and easy to operate.
- Item Name: Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
- Display: OLED Two-color Display, Waveform Display
- Blood Oxygen Saturation
- Measuring Range: 70% ~ 99%
- Resolution: ±1%
- Accuracy: ±2% (70% ~ 99%)
- Heart Rate
- Measuring Range: 30~240 bpm
- Resolution: ±1%
- Accuracy: ±2bpm or ±2%
- Low Perfusion: ≤0.4%
- High and Low Alarm Limits
- Power Supply: 2 x AAA Batteries (Not Included)
- Supply Voltage: 2.6~3.6V
- Working Current ≤ 30mA
- Material: ABS
- Size: 62mm x 32mm x 33mm/2.44″ x 1.26″ x 1.3″ (Approx.)
- 1 x Finger Oxygen Monitor Pulse Oximeter
- 1 x Sling
Blood Oxygen Meter is a noninvasive method for monitoring a person’s oxygen saturation. Though its reading of peripheral oxygen saturation (SpO2) is not always identical to the more desirable reading of arterial oxygen saturation (SaO2) from arterial blood gas analysis, the two are correlated well enough that the safe, convenient, noninvasive, inexpensive pulse oximetry method is valuable for measuring oxygen saturation in clinical use.
In its most common (transmissive) application mode, a sensor device is placed on a thin part of the patient’s body, usually a fingertip or earlobe, or in the case of an infant, across a foot. The device passes two wavelengths of light through the body part to a photodetector. It measures the changing absorbance at each of the wavelengths, allowing it to determine the absorbances due to the pulsing arterial blood alone, excluding venous blood, skin, bone, muscle, fat, and (in most cases) nail polish.