Wednesday, December 17, 2014
People that have health issues need to monitor their health more closely. That's where a Fingertip Pulse Oximeter can come in very handy. A Oximeter is a convenient noninvasive gadget to measure the blood oxygen saturation. Using a oximeter is a very useful gadget in emergency situations, especially when a person has respiratory or cardiac problems. It's even useful for mountain climbers or athletes, whose oxygen levels may decrease at high altitudes or exercise.
Be Safe and Know Your Blood Oxygen Saturation!For this review, I received one Fingertip Pulse Oximeter! I wasn't sure if it was all that important to measure your blood oxygen saturation, but it's very important for people that have sleep apnea, lung and heart conditions. My husband had open heart surgery in August, so it's been an important part of his recovery to check his blood oxygen saturation on a daily basis. He's been going to physical therapy to improve his recovery and the therapist checks his blood oxygen saturation 4 to 5 times per visit.
The Easy@Home Fingertip Pulse Oximeter helps to measure and monitor your pulse, pulse strength and blood oxygen level (SpO2). The Oximeter shows the readings in numbers, as well as waveforms (plethysmograph) and bar graph to give visual indication of the irregular, weak heartbeat or incorrect reading.
The Oximeter has a luxury dual-color OLED 4 directions display, which makes it easy to see the results in any direction. It's easy and Convenient, with one button operation, plus it has a auto power-off after 5 Seconds. You can even adjust the brightness for both indoor and outdoor environment. It's super fast, accurate measurements of SpO2 and pulse rate by digital processing. It'll fit a child to an adult finger. It comes with an elegant carrying case and neck/wrist cord, plus it's approved by the FDA! It's perfect for sport and aviation use. Batteries will last for 1000's of Readings!
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