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☑️ High Quality Pulse Oximeter for Heart Rate & Oxygen Saturation Levels
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iGADGEDX’s high quality finger pulse oximeter uses the latest oxygen sensor technology to accurately determine the level of oxygen in blood (SpO2) in 8 seconds. The measurement range is 70% – 99% with ±2% accuracy and ±1% of resolution. The finger pulse oximeter fits in every finger sizes and provide 6,000 spot checks. It provides easy operation with only one button and comes with a lanyard for easy carry. An alarm beeps to indicate oxygen level and heart rate. Automatically powers off after 8 seconds.

Accurate & Reliable
Consistently beat other pulse oximeter in terms of accuracy and reliability during clinical tests.

Sleep Monitor
Perfusion Index (PI) will improve the reliability of the readings dramatically. The PI conveniently informs you of the strength of your pulse. The sleep monitoring function can keep the data record for 8 hours and it will start analyze after monitoring for more than 2 hours.
Click here to read the instruction of how to read the data.

Multi-Direction Display
Multi Directional display: 4 directions, 6 modes to allow you view your results in any direction.

Alarm Function
The alarm will release warning sounds once the measured values go beyond the setting which gives you immediate response.

Fitness & Sports Activities
Suitable for all kind of strenuous activities like mountain climbing, skiing, biking, swimming, running or anyone interested in measuring their SpO2 and pulse rate while on the move.
Note: You should only use the pulse oximeter before or after your exercise. Also, you must remain stationary while the pulse oximeter measure your pulse and SpO2

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How  Pulse Oximeter Works and How to Read it

Images courtesy of: How Equipment Works

The pulse oximeter uses a special type of light to see how much oxygen is in the red blood cells traveling through the blood vessels under your skin.

During a pulse oximetry reading, a small clamp-like device is placed on a finger, earlobe, or toe. Small beams of light pass through the blood in the finger, measuring the amount of oxygen. It does this by measuring changes of light absorption in oxygenated or deoxygenated blood. This is a painless process.

The pulse oximeter will thus be able to tell you your oxygen saturation levels along with your heart rate.

The purpose of pulse oximetry is to check how well your heart is pumping oxygen through your body.

It may be used to monitor the health of individuals with any type of condition that can affect blood oxygen levels, especially while they’re in the hospital. These conditions include:

✅chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
✅asthma
✅pneumonia
✅lung cancer
✅anemia
✅heart attack or heart failure
✅congenital heart defects

Source: Healthline

How to Read Pulse Oximeter Readings

Pulse oximetry is typically a fairly accurate test. This is especially true when using high-quality equipment found in most medical offices or hospital settings. It consistently provides results within a 2-percent difference either way of what it truly is. If your reading was 82 percent, for example, your true oxygen saturation level may be anywhere from 80 to 84 percent. However, the quality of the waveform and assessment of the individual must be considered. Factors such as movement, temperature, or nail polish can impact the accuracy.
Typically, more than 89 percent of your blood should be carrying oxygen. This is the oxygen saturation level needed to keep your cells — and your body — healthy. While having an oxygen saturation below this temporarily is not believed to cause damage, repeat or consistent instances of lowered oxygen saturation levels may be damaging.

An oxygen saturation level of 95 percent is considered normal for most healthy individuals. A level of 92 percent indicates potential hypoxemia, or deficiency in oxygen reaching tissues in the body.

Source: Healthline

Features:
High Quality OLED display for easy read, 4 direction adjustable
Sleep monitoring up to 8 hours
Simultaneous display for testing value and bar-graph
Low-power consumption
Low battery voltage indicator
Auto power off: 8 seconds automatic shutdown
Very light: weight only 2.2 oz with 2 AAA alkaline batteries (batteries not included)
Fits every finger size
6,000 spot checks

Display Type: High Quality OLED
SpO2 Parameters
Measurement range: 70% – 99%
Resolution: ±1%
Accuracy: ±2% (70%-99%), unspecified (<70%)

Pulse Rate:
Measurement range: 30 BPM – 240 BPM
Resolution: ±1%
Accuracy: ±2bpm or +2% (select larger)
Low Perfusion ≤0.4%

Power: 2AAA 1.5 V alkaline battery (not included in package)
Supply voltage: 2.6-3.6V

Air Pressure: 70kPA – 106 kPa
Working Current: ≤ 30 mA

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  1. jossie (store manager)

    High Quality Pulse Oximeter review – Excellent quality + fast delivery (Oximeter arrived Orlando in two days). Very easy to use and read. With just a push of a button, you will have your oxygen saturation levels readout in about 6 seconds. Thank you store!

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