RelaxAcare Oximeter PLUS
Figure pulse oximeter The oximeter monitors fluctuations in blood oxygen saturation in small volume. Top selling item in 2020, be ready during the flu/Covid season. This item should be in every home!
-OLED display: Dual Color OLED display. Better shows the data.
-Multi-direction display: Rotatable multidirectional display. 4 directions, 6 modes, allow you to view your results in any direction.
-Alarm function: Set the alarm and beep according to your needs. There will be a warning once the measured values go beyond the setting. Know it immediately.
-With case: Small in volum, light in weight, convenient to carry. With a landyard and carrying case, convenient to use and to storage
-Long battery life: 1) Low-power consumption, continuously work for 6 hours.
2)In the absence of signal, the product will be in after 8 seconds to enter standby state.
The purpose of pulse oximetry is to check how well your heart is pumping oxygen through your body.
It may be used to monitor the health of individuals with any type of condition that can affect blood oxygen levels, especially while they’re in the hospital. These conditions include:
- chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- lung cancer
- heart attack or heart failure
- congenital heart defects
- other respiratory issues
There are a number of different common use cases for pulse oximetry, including:
- to assess how well a new lung medication is working
- to evaluate whether someone needs help breathing
- to evaluate how helpful a ventilator is
- to monitor oxygen levels during or after surgical procedures that require sedation
- to determine how effective supplemental oxygen therapy is, especially when treatment is new
- to assess someone’s ability to tolerate increased physical activity
- to evaluate whether someone momentarily stops breathing while sleeping — like in cases of sleep apnea — during a sleep study
During a pulse oximetry reading, a small clamp-like device is placed on a finger, earlobe, or toe. Small beams of light pass through the blood in the finger, measuring the amount of oxygen. It does this by measuring changes of light absorption in oxygenated or deoxygenated blood. This is a painless process.
The pulse oximeter will thus be able to tell you your oxygen saturation levels along with your heart rate.