The Fingertip Pulse Oximeter quickly measures pulse rate and blood oxygen saturation levels in the body. These were designed for use by pilots and sports enthusiasts. Pulse rate/SpO2 readings are taken with a quick measurement from the user’s finger.
- Accurately determine your SPO2 (blood oxygen saturation levels) and pulse rate in 10 seconds. Results are conveniently displayed on a large LED display.
- Manufactured according to CE and FDA standards for pulse oximeters. Used by doctors and other health professionals.
- Finger chamber with SMART Spring System. Accommodates a wide range of finger sizes.
- 30+ hours of continuous monitoring on one set of batteries
- This pulse oximeter is compact and portable, allowing it to be taken with you throughout your day.
- Easy to read digital display
- For sports enthusiasts such as mountain climbers, skiers, bikers, or anyone interested in measuring their SPO2 and pulse rate. For sports and aviation use only.
- Requires 2 x AAA Batteries
- PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR INSTRUCTIONS/IMAGESAND A VIDEO ON USAGE OF THE OXIMETER
- Item colour & brand may vary from those advertised
About Our Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
This device is recommended for sports activities such as mountain climbing, biking, or running to check your blood oxygen level and your pulse rate.
This device meets all criteria of CE and FDA standards for pulse oximeters. Measurement readings are taken in under 10 seconds.
- Low battery indicator
- Oxygen saturation level
- Battery cover
- Finger opening
- One-button operation
- Average heart rate
- Heart rate bar graph
- Pulse rate oximeters are equipment used by medical professionals to measure the oxygen saturation in the body for patients with medical conditions that affect the oxygen level in the body
- Low power consumption
- Real-time and accurate reading result
- Small, light, and easy to use in hospitals
What’s pulse oximetry used for?
This equipment is used to monitor the health of people with conditions that affect blood oxygen saturation.
What is the type of disease in which an oximeter may be useful?
If you have any symptoms of the following diseases, your doctor may place an oximeter in your fingertips to monitor your pulse rate and oxygen level, but it may be difficult to get a reading in some cases
- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- lung cancer
- heart attack or heart failure
- congenital heart disease
- Atrial Fibrillation
- And others not listed
How do you use the pulse rate oximeter?
- Insert one finger into the finger opening of the pulse rate oximeter and hold it steady.
- Press the function button and wait for the equipment to read the results.
- Don’t make sudden and unnecessary movements during the reading.
- In just a few seconds, the result will simply appear on the digital screen. SpO2 means the level of oxygen in your body while PR means “pulse rate” or heart rate.