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Homecare neonatal Pulse Oximeter is a portable non-invasive, spot-check, oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin (SpO2) and pulse rate of adult and pediatric patient at home, and hospital (including clinical use in internist/surgery, Anesthesia, intensive care etc). It is not for continuously monitoring.
1.Easy to use 2.Low power consumption 3.Integrated with SpO2 probe and processing display module 4.SpO2 value display 5.Pulse rate value display, bar graph display 6.Pulse waveform display 7.The display mode can be changed 8.With measured data overruns limits and low-voltage alarm function,the limit value is adjusted automatically 9.Low-voltage icon appears before working abnormally which is due to low-voltage,and with alarm function
10.When the device is under the state of measuring,it will automatically power off if the finger falls out of probe
.OLED display,Active area 0.96 inch,128 x 64 pixels .SpO2 measurement Range : 70~99%. .Accuracy : ±2% on the range of 70~99%, Unspecified below 70%. .Resolution : ±1%. .Pulse measurement Range : 30~240 BPM. .Accuracy : ±1BPM or ±1% (larger one). .Power consumption : <30mA. .Operation temperature : 5~40C.
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hanging rope x 1 user manual x 1 alkaline battery (1.5V AAA) x 2
Main Unit Dimension:57(L) x 36(W) x 32 (H) mm Color Box Dimension:85(L) x 60(W) x 38 (H) mm N.W.: 50g
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What is a Pulse Oximeter?
A pulse oximeter is a medical device that indirectly measures the oxygen saturation of a patient's blood (as opposed to measuring oxygen saturation directly through a blood sample) and changes in blood volume in the skin, producing a photoplethysmograph.. This portable, battery-operated pulse oximeter also displays the heart rate.
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Why is pulse oximetry so important?
Once a patient starts losing oxygen, a doctor has less than three minutes to prevent risk of brain damage, heart failure and death.
A healthy body should never fall below 95% oxygen saturation, and oximeters can detect changes as small as 1%. Before oximeters were invented, experienced clinicians would only notice signs of hypoxia (oxygen starvation) when patients became cynaosed – literally their skin began turning blue, with oxygen saturation damagingly low at 85%.
Who need pulse oximeter?
1.People who have heart disease,hypertension,diabetes,especially the elderly 2.Pregnant woman 3.People who have respiratory diseases,especially those with long-term snoring 4.Frequent business travelers and travel enthusiasts 5.People who often work overtime 6.People who often go to the gym 7.Mountaineering enthusiasts,outdoor adventure enthusiasts 8.White-collar workers or people who work in closed environment