This oximeter is a simple way to know and understand your blood oxygen saturation.
Once fingertip is placed inside the device and power is switched on, the oximeter will begin measuring blood oxygen levels and pulse.
Once you see your reading and remove your finger the auto power off function makes it more energy-efficient and maximises battery life from the two AAA batteries (not included).
- Convenient simple way to measure blood oxygen levels and pulse rate
- OLED screen display: Newly designed with adjustable OLED screen, you can easily read the results from four orientations
- High-speed sensor: In only seconds you can read the measurement results
- Auto power off: The oximeter turns off automatically 10 seconds after finger is removed – good for energy conservation
- High quality: The oximeter is crafted from high quality, lightweight materials, durable and portable
- Compact size: Mini and portable body, easy to use at home or carry in your bag or car
- Suitable for kids and adults
- Measurement accuracy for SpO2/Pulse Rate is ±2%.
- Power: Works with 2 AAA batteries (not included)
How To Use:
Blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate are measured with the touch of one button
Please insert 2 x AAA batteries (not included) into battery compartment
Insert one finger into the oximeter with fingernail on screen side
Wait for the readings to display on the OLED screen
Oximeter turns off automatically 10 seconds after the finger is removed.
- 1 x Oximeter
- 1 x User Manual
- 1 x Lanyard strap
What a pulse oximeter is:
A pulse oximeter is a medical device that measures the saturation of oxygen in a person's red blood cells. It typically clips to your finger.
The device works by shining a light through the skin, which is then analyzed to determine how much oxygen is being carried in the blood.
Physicians and other medical professionals use pulse oximeters on patients experiencing shortness of breath or those who have a lung or heart conditions to determine if they're getting enough oxygen. Health care professionals routinely use them in hospitals and clinics when checking vital signs.
Pulse oximeters are occasionally used in home settings for people who have underlying health conditions.
In terms of pneumonia caused by the coronavirus pulse oximeters could detect a form of oxygen deprivation. Widespread pulse oximetry screening, whether people check themselves on home devices or go to clinics or doctors' offices, could provide an early warning system for the kinds of breathing problems associated with Covid pneumonia.