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Fingertip Pulse Oximeter allows you to measure oxygen saturation, heart rate, SPO2, and pulse rate in just a few seconds at the comfort of your own home. The device provides you an easy and painless way to measure and keep a track of oxygen level in your body. The device features a large LED display that allows you to read measurements easily. The device displays waveform (plethysmograph), digital readings, and pulse bar graphs that to visually indicate any irregularities or abnormalities, such as weak heartbeat. It has a low battery indicator and automatic shut off feature that turn off the device in case of inactivity. It works with 2× AAA batteries that support long hours of continuous work. The light in weight device compact digital fingertip pulse oximeter is suitable for everyday use. It can be used by sports enthusiasts, the elderly, hikers, climbers, or anyone who wishes to check their SpO2, heart and pulse rate easily.
1. What is a pulse oximeter?
A pulse oximeter is a small, lightweight device that monitors the amount of oxygen transmitted into the body. These small devices are the convenient and painless methods of keeping a track of arterial oxygen saturation and heart rate.
2. How does a pulse oximeter work?
A pulse oximeter just needs to be clipped on to your fingertip. The probe passes two types of light through the finger – infrared and red. These are transmitted from the probe through the body and into a light detector on the other side. If the hemoglobin is saturated with oxygen then it will absorb more of the infrared light and if there is less oxygen then more of the red light will be absorbed. This is converted into a digital value which is displayed on the pulse oximeter’s screen.
3. Does the device measure blood pressure?
No, this Fingertip Pulse Oximeter Measures Oxygen Saturation only.
4. How do I clean/sterilize the device?
Clean the device with a slightly moistened cloth and store in a dry location away from direct sunlight.
5. How do you use the Finger Pulse Oximeter?