Pulse Oximeter Lk 87
Pulse Oximeter device that is usually placed on a fingertip to measure oxygen saturation and pulse rate, without having to draw a blood sample.
Oxygen saturation level is usually abbreviated SpO2 and is presented as a percentage between 95% and 100% for most healthy individuals, but sometimes can be lower in people with lung problems.
Alarm function-Auditory alarm to warn you when SpO2 and Pulse Rate are beyond set normal limits.
The pulse oximeter fingertip automatically turns off in 6-8 seconds.
• Pulse Oximeter is Monitoring heart and lung disease.
• Accurate, easy to use.
• Clear bright OLED screen with a digital number.
How to use:
Step 1: Remove any nail polish/false nails & warm your hand if cold.
Step 2: Rest for at least 5 minutes before taking your measurement.
Step 3: Rest your hand on your chest at heart level & hold it still.
Step 4: Switch on the oximeter & place it on your middle or index finger.
Step 5: The reading takes time to steady, Keep the oximeter in place for at least a minute or longer if the reading is not stable.
Points of interest:
• Follow your health care provider’s recommendations about when and how often to check your oxygen levels.
• Be aware that multiple factors can affect the accuracy of a pulse oximeter reading, such as poor circulation, skin pigmentation, skin thickness, skin temperature, current tobacco use, and use of fingernail polish.
To get the best reading from Pulse Oximeter:
1- Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for use.
2- Wait a few seconds until the reading stops changing and displays one steady number.
3- Write down your oxygen levels with the date and time of the reading so you can easily track changes and report these to your health care provider.
Store at room temperature.