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Pulse Oximeter is a medical device that examines the level of oxygen in the blood. It is an essential device, which can non-invasively measure the amount of oxygen-saturated haemoglobin (oxyhaemoglobin) in a patient's arterial blood. The Pulse Oxymeter rapidly identifies even small changes in how effectively oxygen is being carried to the extremities further from the heart, including legs and hands.
Pulse Oxymeter is a small, clip-like medical device that can be attached to fingertip, toe, or earlobe without causing any sort of pain. At seniority, you can buy from these different varieties of Portable Pulse Oxymeter Online. They are meant for people suffering from ailments, such as Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), or congestive heart failure. Finger Pulse Oxymeter is also essential for people suffering from Pneumonia, Lung Cancer, Anaemia or Heart Attacks.
Popular Pulse Oximeters at Seniority
Seniority avails Pulse Oxymeters in alluring colours and various brands like Oxygize, Contec, Newnik, Sahyog Wellness, Jumper, Dr. Oxy and Smart Care. These brands of Pulse Oxymeter make handy devices which can be used while you are out for an exercise or on a high-altitude trek as an adventure freak. You can choose from our popular brands of Pulse oximeters according to your budget.
History of Pulse Oxymeters
Pulse oximetry was developed in 1972, by Takuo Aoyagi and Michio Kishi. They both were bioengineers, at Nihon Kohden. They used the ratio of red to infrared light absorption of pulsating components at the measuring site. Susumu Nakajima, a surgeon, and his associates first tested the device in patients, reporting it in 1975.
The medical device, which clips onto a patient's finger, was not invented until the early 1970s and did not become commercially available until the 1980s. But now there are numerous digital pulse oximeters available from the brands like Control D, Accusure etc on Seniority.
Buy Best Pulse Oximeter Online in India at a Low Price
There is a wide range of Pulse Oxymeters available online on Seniority. The pulse oximeter price starting at Rs.1549 is a high-quality product and comes in variety like, hospital pulse oximeter, baby pulse oximeter, spo2 pulse oximeter and oxygen saturation monitor.
Types of Pulse Oxymeters at Seniority
You can shop for several sizes and types of oximeters online according to your need. There are best pulse Oxymeters near you, which are designed according to the requirement. Some can be worn on the tip of the finger, some strapped around the wrist and some are made to be handheld. Various of the Pulse Oxymeter comes with the large Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display. You will also find Pulse Oximeter which has Bluetooth connectivity that helps you sync live data using the mobile application.
1. Fingertip Pulse Oxymeter
Seniority has an extensive range of Non-invasive fingertip pulse oximeters which are highly accurate devices and helps in checking pulse and SpO2 blood oxygen saturation levels in no time. These pulse oximeters are typically used for spot checks and only take SpO2 readings from the fingertips. These finger Oxymeters are ideal for home and professional usage.
Buy these fingertip pulse oximeters which are perfect for kids, pregnant women, sports enthusiasts, elderly, cardio paths, or hospitals.
2. Handheld Pulse Oxymeters at Seniority
Choose from the exclusive collection of Handheld Pulse Oximeters only at Seniority. They can be used for both spot checks and continuous monitoring. Handheld oxymeters can use distinct sensors that can be used on the finger, earlobe, forehead, toe, and nose. All handheld oximeters use batteries to power the unit.
3. SpO2 Pulse Oxymeter
We at seniority also keep the best SpO2 pulse oximeter. They are precise devices which check pulse and monitor SpO2 blood oxygen saturation levels. The healthcare workers rely on readings of oxygen saturation measured by pulse oximetry (SpO2) to provide exact measurements of oxygen saturation, especially in the detection of hypoxemia associated with deterioration of respiratory function. Our SpO2 pulse oxymeters are lightweight and compact devices. Their advanced designs are made to measure oxygen saturation, pulse rate, heart rate and SpO2 levels and they are easy to use with one-touch power buttons which enable accurate results.
4. Alarm and Auto-off Pulse Oximeters at Seniority
Buy from the amazing collection of Pulse Oxymeters which comes with unique features like alarm and auto shut off. The alarm comes with a beeping sound and some advanced pulse oximeters also include an LCD menu for a clearer display. Pulse Oximeters also have auto shut off which helps you save as it switches off the device once the readings have been measured. These are some of the best pulse oxymeters available on Seniority which are easy to use and give a fair reading for the heart patients.
5. Bluetooth Enabled Pulse Oximeters at Seniority
At Seniority, you will also find Pulse Oxymeters of brands like, BPL Medical Technologies, Oxygize, Control D which comes with an advanced feature like Bluetooth connectivity. These pulse oximeters allow you to sync live data in your phone using the mobile application. These Pulse Oxymeter are portable and the data can be easily viewed via application in the phone. Some of the brands like Oxycare provides you with their application on IOS and android through App Store and Google Play store, respectively. With this advanced feature, you can keep all your pulse oximeters records safe.
6. Pulse Oxymeters to use at Home and Hospitals
There are numerous Pulse Oximeters which cater to the needs of health professionals in clinics and hospitals. A pulse oxymeter is a remarkably handy non-invasive measurement instrument which has a pair of small light-emitting diodes (LEDs) facing a photodiode through a translucent part of the patient's body, usually a fingertip or an earlobe. The reading of a Pulse oxymeter is self-explanatory and that is why it is easy to use at home as well as hospitals. The normal pulse oximeter readings are from 95 to 100%, although values down to 95% are common.
How to use Pulse Oxymeters
Using the Pulse Oximeters have never been so easy with the new range of devices. There is no need to go to the doctors for their assistance. Seniority brings you a wide range of Pulse oximeters which can be used easily by anyone. During the reading of the pulse oximeter, a small clamp-like device is placed on a finger, earlobe, or toe. Small beams of light pass through the blood in the finger, measuring the amount of oxygen. It does this by measuring changes in light absorption in oxygenated or deoxygenated blood. It is a painless process. The pulse oximeter will thus be able to tell you your oxygen saturation levels along with your heart rate.
There are various steps which should be kept in mind while using the pulse oximeter-
1. Nail varnish or pigment on the finger can interfere with the reading of the pulse oximeter. The colour on the nail can absorb the light emitted by the oxymeter and interfere with the detection of oxygenated haemoglobin.
2. Make sure that the patient is standing still or sitting while using the pulse oximeter because any movement of the patient can cause irregular readings.
3. Carbon monoxide poisoning - Patients involved in fires or who have inhaled smoke may have a significant amount of Hb combined with carbon monoxide.
4. Poor perfusion may also lead to incorrect readings.
5. Bright light such as sunlight or operating light on the probe may also disturb in the readings and can cause inaccuracy.
Uses of Pulse Oximeters
There are several Pulse Oximeters at Seniority which can be used in easy diagnoses of symptoms like shortness of breath and tracking blood oxygen level.
The simplicity and speed of Pulse oximeters is a point of critical importance. Lightweight and Portable battery-operated pulse oximeters are useful for pilots operating in a non-pressurized aircraft above 10,000 feet where supplemental oxygen is required.
Pulse oxymeters are also valuable for mountain climbers and athletes whose oxygen levels may decrease at high-altitude or with the exercise. Various brands like Jumper and Contec on Seniority make ideal portable pulse oxymeters to cater to their needs.
Accuracy level in Pulse Oxymeters
The Pulse Oximeter at Seniority is fairly accurate. It consistently provides results within a +/- 2 % difference either way of what it truly is. If your reading was 92%, for example, your true oxygen saturation level may be anywhere from 90 to 94%.
How to take care of Pulse Oximeter
Buying a pulse oxymeter is the first thing but taking care of your pulse oxymeter from time to time is also a vital task.
There are various steps which ensures that the pulse oximeter works fine and lasts long.
1. Keep the battery fully charged.
2. When the probe gets dirty, clean it gently with a damp cloth or alcohol swab.
3. Position safely to avoid dropping or damage from spillages.
4. When connecting the lead, always insert the plug correctly.
5. When disconnecting and connecting the probe, grip the plug firmly and not the cable.
Benefits of Pulse Oxymeters
Pulse oximetry is a quick, non-invasive, and completely painless test. Pulse oximeters have no risks aside from potential skin irritation from the adhesive used in a few types of probes.
It is advisable to use a pulse oximeter in certain medical conditions, such as heart attack, congestive heart failure, anaemia, lung cancer, asthma, or pneumonia. A pulse oximeter is beneficial in any setting where a patient's oxygenation is unstable, including intensive care, operating, recovery, emergency and hospital ward settings, pilots in unpressurized aircraft, for assessment of any patient's oxygenation, and determining the effectiveness of or need for supplemental oxygen.
Assessing a patient's need for oxygen is the most essential element to life; no human life thrives in the absence of oxygen (cellular or gross) and our pulse oximeters do that work in a fraction of a second. Although a pulse oximeter is used to monitor oxygenation, it cannot determine the metabolism of oxygen or the amount of oxygen being used by a patient. For this purpose, it is necessary to also measure CO2 levels with an oxygen saturation monitor, blood oxygen level tester.
Choose from Pulse Oximeter Best Brand Online at Seniority
Having all the amenities in one Pulse Oximeter may sound difficult but at Seniority, you will get many such options. We deal with lots of best pulse oximeters from having the best audio quality to having a long battery life. From getting the finest display to the best water-resistant pulse oxymeters. With the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, pulse oxymeter has become one basic need and with all the variabilities, select the best pulse oxymeter which fulfils your or your family’s need in the best way.
To know more and to make an informed decision, refer our Oximeter Buying Guide
1. What is a Pulse Oximeter?
A pulse oximeter is a small medical device, which can be attached to a toe, fingertip, or the earlobe. Pulse oxymeter quickly help in identifying small changes in how effectively oxygen is being transferred to the body parts. Pulse oxymeter is ideal to be used by the people who suffering from Pneumonia, Lung Cancer, Anaemia or Heart Attacks, Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), or congestive heart failure.
2. What is Spo2 pulse oximeter?
Spo2 can be broken down into the following 2 components, where 'S' indicates saturation and ‘P’ indicates pulse, also SP can stand for serum pressure and 02 is oxygen. It is a measure of the amount of oxygen affixed to haemoglobin cells within the circulatory system. In short, this reading indicates the amount of oxygen being carried by red blood cells. The body requires a certain level of oxygen in the blood to function efficiently. The average reading for a normal, fit adult is 96%.
3. Where to buy Pulse Oximeters near me?
You can opt from various Pulse Oxymeter available Online. There are several types of pulse oximeters which contain several features like Bluetooth enabled pulse oximeter, Handheld pulse oximeter, Portable Pulse oxymeters and many more. Check Seniority’s Pulse Oxymeter collection for more options.
4. What is a battery-operated Pulse Oxymeter?
A battery-operated pulse oximeter works with the set of rechargeable batteries. Some pulse oximeter brands like AccuSure, Prozo Plus, Contec and Smart Care work with 2AAA batteries while other brands like Control D works with 2AA batteries.
5. What kind of display does Pulse Oximeter have?
The display is one of the crucial factors while choosing the Pulse Oximeter. A clear bright Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) is a must-have for better and clear reading. Brands like Control D features a large LED screen display to make it easier and convenient for the user to read the results. Some other brands like Life-Line have advanced dual-color OLED that simultaneously displays testing values and plethysmograph. At seniority, you can choose from varieties of displays.
6. What is Pulse Oximeter used for?
A pulse oximeter is necessary for people suffering from chronic diseases, but this device also can be used to assess your overall fitness and examining the blood oxygen level. Pulse oxymeter is a necessity for sports enthusiasts and trekkers, as they have good stamina and they need to evaluate their fitness quotient before and after exercise.
7. Which Pulse Oximeter switches off automatically?
At Seniority, you will get numerous pulse oximeters from the brands like Control D, Dr Scale, Prozo Plus and Trueview which consists of an advanced feature like shutting off the device in case of inactivity. This feature not only saves power but also makes it one of the convenient to use.
Data last updated on 08/02/2021