For those that contract Coronavirus, Oximeters act as an early warning device. Monitoring your oxygen saturation levels when you have contracted Coronavirus can act as a very important indicator on the status of your condition.
This premium Oximeter has an OLED Screen giving you a clear view of all of the indicators and it comes with a Lanyard so you can keep it close at all times.
The Oximeter can be used for many different medical conditions and is a useful medical device for any household.
The Finger Pulse Oximeter measures oxygen saturation in blood & pulse rate, displaying precise parameters with figures, pulse bar & waveform.
Suitable for almost any age from children (>20kg) to adults, the compact device can provide reliable readings seconds after a finger inserted.
SpO2 value display
Pulse sound indication and over limit indication
Power Supply:1.5 V (AAA size) alkaline batteries × 2 (Batteries Not Included)
Easy to Use Just Switch it on by pressing the power button. Insert a finger into the pulse oximeter and in seconds the bright OLED display will give an accurate readout of the SpO2 and PR.
SpO2 is the current saturation percentage of oxygen in the blood
Why might I need pulse oximetry?
Pulse oximetry is a test used to measure the oxygen level (oxygen saturation) of the blood. It is an easy, painless measure of how well oxygen is being sent to parts of your body furthest from your heart, such as the arms and legs.
Pulse oximetry may be used to see if there is enough oxygen in the blood. This information is needed in many kinds of situations. It may be used:
During or after surgery or procedures that use sedation
To see how well lung medicines are working
To check a person’s ability to handle increased activity levels
To see if a ventilator is needed to help with breathing, or to see how well it’s working
To check a person has moments when breathing stops during sleep (sleep apnea)
Pulse oximetry is also used to check the health of a person with any condition that affects blood oxygen levels, such as:
➡️ Covid 19 / Coronavirus
➡️ Heart Attack
➡️ Heart Failure
➡️ COPD Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
➡️ Lung Cancer
Your healthcare provider may have other reasons to advise pulse oximetry.