An oximeter is a sensory device that is placed on a part of the patient's body, usually a fingertip or the earlobe, or if used on an infant, it is placed across the foot. It measures the level of oxygen in a patient’s blood by using a photodetector. A healthy body should not fall below 95% oxygen saturation and oximeters can detect a change of about 1%. They are used to diagnose the chances of a person being affected by hypoxia.
How Does an Oximeter Work?
The device works by passing two different wavelengths of light through the body part to a photodetector. Then it measures the changing absorbance at each of the wavelengths, allowing it to determine the absorbance levels due to the pulsing arterial blood alone, excluding venous blood, skin, bone, muscle, and fat. The different levels determine the different amounts of oxygen in the blood.
What are the Advantages of an Oximeter?
Oximeters are very feasible for patients as they do not require any kind of surgery or extraction of blood. The only method is to place the device on the body part. They are cheaper, and hence are preferred more by medical practioners around the world. The non-invasive propery of oximeters makes them so acceptable around the world. Some of these can also measure the carbon dioxide levels in the blood to determine the chances of gaseous poisoning. It is also widely used by mountaineers and athletes who need to measure their oxygen levels to determine how much more exertion can they put on the body befor the oxygen levels drop and the body gives in.
What Should an Oximeter Have?
Firstly it should be precise and should warn the user if there is any kind of hindrance while checking the oxygen levels in the blood. Secondly it should have the capability of alarming the patient when the oxygen levels drop drastically so that necessary action can be taken at the right time. Last but not the least it should be durable and should have a good battery life.
What if My Child Uses One?
Pediatric oximeters are widely used nowadays and are usually placed in the fingertip. They come with special marks to indicate where the child should put the finger. They have special animal or nature shapes on them that do not let the child feel they are using a medical device. They are softer in terms of grip and look less like an intimidating medical equipment and more like an enjoyabloe tool. They can be easily used by the parent and help in maintaining the health of the child.
Roscoe OTC Fingertip Pulse Oximeter allows user to monitor and maintain pulse and oxygen saturation levels on-the-go. Its accurate, fast oxygen level and heart rate measuring technology is ideal for sports enthusiasts during strenuous activities or mountain climbing. This pulse oximeter is recommended for spot-check monitoring only.
9 Reasons to Choose Roscoe OTC Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Drive Pediatric Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is a portable non-invasive device intended for spot-checking of oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin (SpO2) and pulse rate of pediatric patients in hospitals and hospital-type facilities. It is simple to operate and convenient to carry. When no or low signal is detected, the pulse oximeter will power off automatically in 8 seconds.
Features of the Drive Pediatric Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Drive Pediatric Fingertip Pulse Oximeter features child-friendly design
4-way OLED with six display modes
Adjustable brightness levels from 1 to 10
Portable, non-invasive spot check of oxygen saturation and pulse rate
Uses 2 AAA batteries
Comes in retail box
Lanyard, silicon case, and hang bag included
Low battery indicator
Maintenance and Storage of Drive Pediatric Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Replace the batteries in a timely manner when low voltage lamp is lighted
Clean surface of the fingertip oximeter before it is used in diagnosis for patients
Remove the batteries if the oximeter is not operated for a long time
It is best to store the product in -20+55 and 93% humidity
Keep in a dry place. Extreme moisture may affect oximeter lifetime and may cause damage
Dispose of battery properly; follow any applicable local battery disposal laws
Cleaning the Drive Pediatric Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Please use medical alcohol to clean the silicone touching the finger inside of Oximeter with a soft cloth dampened with 70% isopropyl alcohol.
Also clean the being tested finger using alcohol before and after each test
Do not pour or spray liquids onto the oximeter, and do not allow any liquid to enter any openings in the device
Allow the oximeter to dry thoroughly before reuse.
Baseline Fingertip Pulse Oximeter measures and displays real-time pulse and SpO2 level. This compact and lightweight pulse oximeter has large, easy-to-read display that automatically shuts off when not in use. Baseline Pulse Oximeter comes with wrist lanyard. Deluxe model features a plethysmograph (waveform) and a 6-way multi-directional OLED HD display.
6 Reasons to Choose Finger Pulse Oximeter
Operation of the product is simple and convenient
The product is small in volume, light in weight and convenient in carrying
Power consumption of the product is low
The two AAA batteries can be operated continuously for 30 hours
Low voltage warning.
The product will automatically be powered off when no signal is in the product for longer than 8 seconds
How to Use the Finger Pulse Machine?
Install two AAA batteries into battery cassette before closing its cover.
Place clamp over finger nail as the following diagram.
Insert one finger into rubber hole of the Oximeter fully.
Press the switch for one time on front panel.
Finger and body should not tremble during measuring.
Read corresponding data on the display screen.
Maintenance and Storage Tips for Pocket Pulse Oximeter
Replace the batteries in time when low voltage lamp is lighted.
Clean surface of the fingertip oximeter before it is used in diagnosis for patients.
Remove the batteries inside the battery cassette if the Oximeter will not be operated for a long time.
It is best to preserve the product in a place where ambient temperatures is -20°C~55°C(-4~131°F) and relative humidity is =93%.
It is recommended that the product should be kept in a dry environment anytime. A wet ambient might affect its lifetime and even might damage the product.
Please follow the law of the local government to deal with used battery.
Drive Fingertip Pulse Oximeter has large easy-to-read multi-view LED display screen which displays SpO2 and pulse rate. Oximeter is perfect for sports enthusiasts to measure oxygen saturation and pulse rate and accommodates a wide range of finger sizes from pediatric to adult.
Features of Drive Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Drive Fingertip Pulse Oximeter with LED Display includes lanyard and two AAA batteries
Approximately 30 hours of normal operation
Low power consumption
Safety Information for Drive Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Check the main unit and all accessories periodically to make sure that there is no visible damage that may affect users safety and monitoring performance about cables and transducers. It is recommended that the device should be inspected once a week at least. When there is obvious damage, stop using the monitor.
Necessary maintenance must be performed by qualified service engineers ONLY. Users are not permitted to maintain it by themselves.
The oximeter cannot be used together with devices not specified in User’s Manual. Only the accessory that appointed or recommendatory by manufacture can be used with this device.
This product is calibrated before leaving factory.
Warnings for Using Drive Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Explosive hazard-DO NOT use the oximeter in environment with flammable gas such as ignitable anesthetic agents.
DO NOT use the oximeter while the user measured by MRI and CT.
Cautions for Using Drive Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
This product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions
The disposal of scrap instrument and its accessories and packings (including batteries, plastic bags, foams and paper boxes) should follow the local laws and regulations.
A Please check the packing before use to make sure the device and accessories are totally in accordance with the packing list, or else the device may have the possibility of working abnormally.
Please do not measure this device with function test paper for the devices related information.
BodyMed Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, with all-digital technology, is intended for non-invasive spot-check measurement of functional oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin (SpO2) through the finger. Its Advanced DSP algorithm can diminish the influence of motion on the readings and improve measurement accuracy. It is suitable for professionals and non-professionals alike; it can be used in any setting where there is a need to monitor oxygen levels.
7 Reasons to Choose BodyMed Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Manually adjustable interface direction
Lightweight and easy to use
Real time spot-checks
Automatic standby or sleep
Low battery voltage indicator
Measure oxygen levels while in airplanes and playing sports
LED display offers simultaneous display for testing value and plethysmogram
Features of BodyMed Oxygen Fingertip Monitor
LED panel displays SpO2 / pulse rate data and bar graph
2 AAA batteries included
This Pulse Oximeter is Simple, Sturdy and Accurate
McKesson Finger Pulse Oximeter is non-invasive spot-check measurement of functional blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate. This oximeter is suitable for pediatric as well as adult use. Multi-angle display modes clearly show SpO2 and pulse rate readings. It has adjustable brightness and is easy-to-use. The automatic power off option gives it a long battery life (Two AAA alkaline batteries).
Features of McKesson Fingertip Pulse Oximeter 16-93651
Non-invasive spot-check measurement of functional blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate
Measures SpO2 (Oxygen Saturation) levels ranging from 70% - 99%; with an accuracy of ± 3%
Measures pulse rates between 30 BPM - 235 BPM with an accuracy of ± 2%
Adjustable OLED display allows 10 levels of brightness to accommodate user preference and visibility
Runs on 2 AAA 1.5V batteries (included) with "battery-low" indication to notify user to change batteries
Universal design suitable for pediatric to adult use
Includes neck lanyard for portability and convenience
Not made with natural rubber latex
How to use McKesson Pulse Oximeter?
Install two AAA batteries into the battery compartment.
Place clamp over the fingernail.
Fully insert one finger into rubber hole of the oximeter.
Press the switch on the front panel.
Finger and body should not tremble during measuring.
Read correspondent data from display screen.
After turning on the oximeter, each time you press the power switch, the oximeter will switch to another display mode.
When you press and hold the power switch, the brightness of the oximeter will change. There are 10 levels of brightness, and the default is level four.
Battery Installation of the McKesson Pulse Oximeter
Put the two AAA batteries into battery compartment in correct polarities.
Push the battery cover horizontally along the arrow.
Battery polarities should be correctly installed. Otherwise, damage may be caused to the device.
Please put in or remove batteries in right order, or may cause damage to the device bracket.
Please remove the batteries if the oximeter will not be used for a long time to avoid corrosion.
Lanyard Installation of the McKesson Pulse Oximeter
Thread the thin end of the lanyard through the loop.
Thread the thick end of the lanyard through the threaded end and pull it tight
McKesson Oximeter Maintenance and Storage
Replace the batteries in a timely manner when low voltage lamp is lighted.
Clean surface of the fingertip oximeter before it is used in diagnosis for patients.
Remove the batteries if the oximeter is not operated for a long time.
It is best to store the product in -20 ~ 55ºC (-4 ~ 131ºF) and =93% humidity.
Keep in a dry place. Extreme moisture may affect oximeter lifetime and may cause damage.
Dispose of battery properly; follow any applicable local battery disposal laws.
Cleaning the Finger Pulse Oximeter
Gently wipe screen and all surface areas using a cloth dampened with 70% isopropyl alcohol. Do not pour or spray liquids onto the oximeter, and do not allow any liquid to enter any openings in the device. Allow the oximeter to dry thoroughly before reuse. A functional tester cannot be used to assess the accuracy of a pulse oximeter monitor or sensor. Clinical testing is used to establish the SpO2 accuracy. The measured arterial hemoglobin saturation value (SpO2) of the sensors is compared to arterial hemoglobin oxygen (SaO2) value, determined from blood samples with a laboratory CO-oximeter. The accuracy of the sensors in comparison to the CO-oximeter samples measured over the SpO2 range of 70 – 100%. Accuracy data is calculated using the root-mean-squared (Arms value) for all subjects, per ISO 9919:2005, Medical Electrical Equipment–Particular requirements for the basic safety and essential performance of pulse oximeter equipment for medical use. The fingertip pulse oximeter requires no routine calibration or maintenance other than replacement of batteries. The use life of the device is five years when it is used for 15 measurements every day and 10 minutes per one measurement. Stop using and contact local service center if one of the following cases occurs:
An error in the Possible Problems and Solutions is displayed on screen
The oximeter cannot be powered on in any case not due to battery problems
There is a crack in the oximeter or damage to the display resulting in readings that cannot be identified, the spring is broken, or the key is unresponsive
McKesson Handheld Battery Operated Pulse Oximeter provides simple readings that indicate SpO2 and PR levels on a large display with an adjustable backlight. It features a dual-display design, this handheld oximeter can be read from the angle of a patient or a caregiver. This handheld oximeter has a large storage capacity, providing enough space for 127 patient profiles and 72 hours of record storage.
Features of the McKesson Handheld Pulse Oximeter
Weight Range: >66 lbs. (>30 kg)
Large 2/8" TFT display screen
Adjustable backlit brightness
Dual working modes; continuous or spot check
Replay data in time
Monitors SpO2 Oxygen Saturation Levels
Provides Readings for Pulse Rate
Dual-Display for Easy Readings
Simple User-Friendly Design
Large Display with Adjustable Backlight
Large Storage Capacity for Various Patient IDs
Adjustable Audio and Visual Alarms
Display has Built-in Battery Low Indicator
Includes 3 AA Batteries for Out-of-Box Use
What does the McKesson Handheld Pulse Oximeter Include?
Proactive Finger Pulse Oximeter provides accurate reading of SpO2 values is among the most important factors for successful management of respiratory care. For patients with a breathing disorder, monitoring blood-oxygen levels can save their lives. It offers a non-invasive, safe way to do this. This oximeter is well suited for exercise, sport purposes, and high-altitude activities.
Highlights of the Proactive Finger Pulse Oximeter
Proactive Finger Pulse Oximeter monitors the oxygen saturation and heart rate values reported by your patients
Ideal for use in multiple applications; hospital, nursing home, community medical treatment, home care, sports center, etc
Portable non-invasive spot check oxygen saturation and heart rate
Two AAA batteries can be continuously operated for more than 30 hours
Displays digital SpO2 and pulse rate while using bar graph technology to monitor heart rate
Conserves power by shutting off automatically when no signal is detected, preserving the battery life
Weight: 2.1oz with batteries
How to use the Finger Pulse Oximeter?
The Pulse Oximeter Is a portable, convenient, non-invasive device, used for monitor artenal hemoglobin oxygen saturation (SP02) and pulse rate. The personal application are adult patients (weight: >30kgs) and pediatric patients(weight20.30kgs). Recommend index finger, middle finger and ring finger are suitable position for monitor. It's intended for spot-checking or attended-care monitoring in Home Health Care and Medical Facility.
This pulse Oximeter Is intended for use only by clinical professionals or under their guidance. It must only be used by persons who have received adequate training in its use. Anyone unauthorized or untrained must not perform any operation on it.
This pulse oximeter is intended for use in hospital, clinical institution. heahhcare community.
The pulse oximeter is NOT designed for newborn and infant. For adults end childrenit recommended that the finger thickness should between 8-25.4mm.
The probe Is the hole In the middle of the equipment to which the finger insert.
The probe Is the Applied pan of the equipment.
Features Proactive Finger Pulse Oximeter
The pulse oximeter is smell in volumes. light in weight and easy to carry.
One button and easy to operate.
There are three modes: power off , sleep and measure.
Automatically turning into sleep mode within S seconds after there is no signal.
Remove the battery cover and insert the two AAA batteries following polarity markings indicated inside of the battery compartment,then reposition the cover.
Hold the oximeter with the display facing toward you, slide your finger into the opening probe of the device until the fingertip touches the built-in stop guide. For best results,make sure the finger is centered with in the finger guide.
Press the button to activate the oximeter from sleep mode, and then measurement interface will appear in 3 seconds.
The measurement result will be read directly from the screen.
The oximeter will turn into sleep mode automatically within 8 seconds after the finger left the probe.
How to Clean and Disinfect Proactive Pulse Oximeter?
Never immerse or soak the oximeter.
It is recommend that the oximeter be cleaned and disinfected after use every time or determined by hospitals policy, to avoid long term damage to the oximeter.
Never use cleaning agents/disinfectants other than the recommended.
The sensor component is not cleaned and disinfected during testing.
The recommended cleaning agents include: water
Shut down the pulse oximeter and remove the battery.
Clean the oximeter with cotton or soft cloth moistened with water.
After cleaning, wipe off the water with a soft cloth
Allow the oximeter to air dry.
Disinfecting Pulse Oximeter
The recommended disinfectants include: ethanol 70%.isopropanol 70%.
Shut down the pulse oximeter and remove the battery.
Clean the oximeter as instructed above.
Disinfect the oximeter with cotton or soft cloth moistened with disinfectants.
After disinfection, be sure to wipe off the disinfectant left on the oximeter with a soft cloth moistened with water.
Medline FingerSAT Sport Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is a small and durable oximeter which is designed for active individuals. It features one-touch display and durable silicone housing to help protect against cracking and chipping. Its advanced display features backlit OLED for easy viewing in dim light, multiple colors to help clarify readings and one-touch adjusts the display size and orientation.
Features of the Medline FingerSAT Sport Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Medline FingerSAT Sport Fingertip Pulse Oximeter includes AAA batteries, lanyard and warranty
Completely self-contained, with no external devices
Automatic shut-off feature (after 8 seconds) to help preserve battery life
Convenient lanyard so it is always close at hand
Rugged casing withstands accidental drops
Pulse rate signal intensity bar graph and pulse rate waveform
Durable silicone boot provides protection during accidental drops
The Graham-Field OxyRead Finger Pulse Oximeter measures oxygen saturation (SpO2) and pulse rate simple, rapid, and precise. By merging the sensor and monitor into one integrated, compact, and easy-to-use gadget, it offers a straightforward approach to spot-check users. The oximeter measured the pulse oxygen saturation, pulse rate, and pulse strength. When the finger is put into the sensor's rubber cushion, the SpO2 reading appears automatically.
Features of Graham-Field OxyRead Finger Pulse Oximeter
John Bunn OxyRead Finger Pulse Oximeter by Graham-Field features a large LED digital display that is easy to read
Simple one-button operation
Powered by two AAA batteries
Lightweight and small design makes it perfect for home, clinical, and EMS settings
Pulse bar graph displays the user's pulse beat, and the bar graphs height shows pulse strength
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