Pulse Oximeter is a piece of a non-invasive equipment that monitors a person's oxygen saturation by placing it in the finger tips. It is vital for patients' who requires constant monitoring of oxygen saturation. It is powered by two easy to replace triple A batteries.

Finger Pulse Oximeters are designed to measure the heart rate and oxygen saturation that an oxygen patient currently has. They are ideal when doing anything that can be physically exerting. For example, when you are walking around the house you will typically have a higher oxygen level than if you were on a longer walk. By sampling your oxygen levels regularly you can keep yourself or your patient within the safe oxygen range.

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Here are some common situations in which a pulse oximeter is used:

Medical Emergencies: In emergency rooms, ambulances, and critical care units, pulse oximeters are used to quickly assess a patient's oxygen saturation and pulse rate. This information can help determine the severity of the patient's condition.

Surgery: Pulse oximeters are often used during surgical procedures to monitor a patient's oxygen levels and pulse to ensure they are stable under anesthesia.

Respiratory Conditions: People with respiratory conditions such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and pneumonia may use pulse oximeters at home to monitor their oxygen levels and detect early signs of respiratory distress.

Cardiovascular Conditions: Individuals with heart conditions may use pulse oximeters to monitor their pulse rate and oxygen levels, especially during physical activity or as part of a home health management plan.

Sleep Apnea: Patients with sleep apnea may use pulse oximeters during sleep studies to monitor oxygen levels and detect apnea events.

Exercise and Fitness: Athletes and fitness enthusiasts sometimes use pulse oximeters to monitor their oxygen saturation and pulse rate during workouts to optimize training and avoid overexertion.

High-Altitude Activities: People engaging in activities at high altitudes, like mountaineering or hiking, may use pulse oximeters to monitor oxygen levels, as lower oxygen saturation can lead to altitude sickness.

Monitoring COVID-19: During the COVID-19 pandemic, pulse oximeters gained popularity for monitoring oxygen levels in patients with respiratory symptoms, as a drop in oxygen saturation can be an early sign of worsening respiratory distress.

Home Health Care: Individuals with certain medical conditions or those recovering from surgery may use pulse oximeters at home to keep track of their health status and ensure that oxygen levels remain within the normal range.

Pediatric Care: Pulse oximeters are commonly used in pediatric care to monitor the oxygen saturation and pulse of infants and children, especially those with respiratory issues.