Blood Oxygen Monitor | SpO2 Quick Click Pulse Oximeter - Pulse rate analysis for spot check measurement
Oxygen Monitor Finger for Adults and Children: Measures Pulse Rate and Oxygen Saturation (SpO2). Used in clinics, sports settings and for simple, practical home monitoring. Oximeter is rated medical device. Batteries included.
Pulse Oximeter used for measuring the pulse rate and functional oxygen saturation (SpO2) through the person’s finger in clinics, sports settings and follow-up assessments.
So easy to use, patients can operate it themselves for home monitoring.
Suitable for spot-checking SpO2 and pulse rate of adult and paediatric patients.
The large and rotatable multidirectional display offers 4 different layout options, making it more convenient to test different fingers or switch to another layout for the caregiver to read. Long-press the button to select a brightness level ranging from 1 to 3. It is clearer and brighter even in darkness.
What is a Pulse Oximeter?
A pulse oximeter is a small medical device that is put on the tip of the finger, to check someone’s oxygen levels.
Using an MCU chip and optical sensor, the blood oxygen signal is collected by photoelectric sensing principle. It measures blood oxygen levels by transmitting light through a finger – they are more accurate than smart watches or phones - and quickly shows the pulse rate and SpO2 blood oxygen saturation of arterial haemoglobin levels.
Pulse oximetry can help with earlier detection of silent hypoxia, where people have low oxygen levels in the absence of significant shortness of breath. This can help ensure more timely hospital treatment if required.
Features & Benefits
- Certified Class IIa Medical Device
- CE Marked - Certified by TÜV SÜD
- Accurate & Sensitive
- SpO2 data storage for up to 12 groups
- Alarm for Abnormal Readings
- Artifact Removal, anti-motion
- Durable and resilient - Splash Proof, Drop Resistant
- Clear reading thanks to the OLED Display of SpO2, PR, PI, Pulse bar and waveform.
- Light, Compact and sleek Design with 4 direction display.
- Automatic Power On/Off and Low Battery Indication by Audible and visual alarms
- Spot check and continuous measuring mode.
- Pulse rate analysis for spot check measurement.
Oximeters are widely used in clinical settings as a diagnostic tool as well as to follow-up on existent conditions. Monitoring low levels of oxygen supply is becoming an essential clinical measure. For example, vascular and blood problems that decrease oxygen supply to the peripheral nerves can lead to nerve tissue damage. Diabetes, smoking, and narrowing of the arteries from high blood pressure or atherosclerosis (fatty deposits on the inside of blood vessel walls) can lead to neuropathy (1) and its complications such as pressure ulcers and amputations.
Some clinicians have proposed a screening method for detecting diabetes that has a performance comparable to the glycated haemoglobin (haemoglobin A1c HbA1c) test (2)
Blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) has shown to be lower in type 1 diabetes (T1D) compared with nondiabetic controls. Hypoxia (low tissue oxygenation) is thought to be a risk factor for progression of diabetic complications. SpO2 below 96% was associated with increased presence of albuminuria, retinopathy, and neuropathy in T1D (3)
Using Peripheral Saturation of Blood Oxygen (SpO2) readings with the usual training metrics can help you gauge whether the athlete is recovering properly. […] Simply paying attention to the right numbers can result in a good training block and even help avoid an over-training scenario. Oximeters can also be used in Altitude Acclimatization (4)
(1)Peripheral Neuropathies. March 13, 2023. Retrieved from https://www.ninds.nih.gov/health-information/disorders/peripheral-neuropathy
(2)Moreno EM, Lujan MJ, Rusinol MT, Fernandez PJ, Manrique PN, Trivino CA, Miquel MP, Rodriguez MA, Burguillos MJ. Type 2 Diabetes Screening Test by Means of a Pulse Oximeter. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2017 Feb;64(2):341-351. doi: 10.1109/TBME.2016.2554661. PMID: 28113188.
(3)Laursen JC, Mizrak HI, Kufaishi H, Hecquet SK, Stougaard EB, Tougaard NH, Frimodt-Møller M, Hansen TW, Hansen CS, Rossing P. Lower Blood Oxygen Saturation is Associated With Microvascular Complications in Individuals With Type 1 Diabetes. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2022 Dec 17;108(1):99-106. doi: 10.1210/clinem/dgac559. PMID: 36137008.
(4)Why a Pulse Oximeter Could Be Your New Favorite Training Gadget. Jonathan Edwards contributed to this article. Retrieved from https://www.trainingpeaks.com/blog/pulse-oximeter-altitude-training/
Boxed. Includes batteries, lanyard and full set of instructions.