Finger Pulse Oximeter

The pulse oximeter, also known as a “Pulse Ox”,is an electronic device that measures the saturation of oxygen carried in your red blood cells.

Oximeters measure how efficient the lungs are at getting the blood filled with oxygen.

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Safe & Easy To Use

One button use. See your results within seconds!

Heart Rate Display

Provides a readout of your pulse (heart rate)

SPO2 Measurement

Measures the saturation of your red blood cells with oxygen

Our Pulse Oximeter is CE & FDA Approved

Review and monitor values with a competent health professional.

Most healthy people’s reading of oxygen in the blood is 100%.

The oxygen level may also help to determine if you need to receive supplemental oxygen.

Doctor who survived COVID-19 recommends having a pulse-oximeter on hand:

“At about day seven, I started having very rapid heartbeat,” Dr. Paul Frank told ‘Good Day New York.‘ “I had a pulse-oximeter at home. It was going into dangerous levels. I knew I needed emergency care.”

Dr. Frank said he developed difficulty breathing and quickly gave himself oxygen.

If you have a symptom of shortness of breath or a known lung or heart condition, your doctor may use a pulse oximeter.

There are no needles and no pain involved in oximetry measurement.

You can expect a simple, quick and safe measure of the oxygen saturation level in your body.

There are no known risks or dangers of using a pulse oximeter when the values are reviewed and monitored by a competent health professional.

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What should I expect using this oximeter?

You can expect a simple, quick and safe measure of the oxygen saturation level in your body.

The probe will be positioned and within a few seconds, the oximeter will provide a readout of your heart rate and your oxygen saturation level, as in the picture above.

If you are wearing dark fingernail polish, long, artificial nails or if your fingers are not clean, the pulse oximeter may not work properly.

There are no needles and no pain involved in oximetry measurement.

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What are the risks of using this?

There are no known risks or dangers of using a pulse oximeter when the values are reviewed and monitored by a competent health professional.

Features of our unit include:

1.CE & FDA Approved
2.SPO2 and Pulse rate
3.Gravity sensor
4.0.96″ OLED Screen
5.Four directions display
6.Photoplethysmography
7.Clinical services and In-home Assistance
8.Performance in favorable in various environments

Why do I need a pulse oximeter?

You can refer to this video for information about common questions about using a pulse oximeter.