Capital Medical Supplies has a vast stock of various pulse oximeters. Our bestsellers are PULSE OXIMETER ADULT and PULSE OXIMETER CREATIVE MEDICAL FINGER TYPE PC-60B1. It's perfect for a quick, non-invasive spot-check Haemoglobin Saturation (SpO2) and pulse rate measurement. Benefits: Easy-to-use; User-friendly interface; More than 30 hours work supported by two standard AAA 1.5V alkaline batteries; Lightweight; One-year warranty.
There's also a PULSE OXIMETER PEDIATRIC FINGER TYPE. It's small, portable, and non-invasive. Even though it's designed for children, it can also be used for people with small fingers. This oximeter also has a few special features: It's more tolerable to finger movements without compromising accuracy; It features a plethysmograph that indicates blood flow.
How to measure saturation? The most affordable option to determine whether the saturation level is normal is to use a pulse oximeter. It's a small device that measures the percentage of oxyhemoglobin in the blood in seconds. For example, PULSE OXIMETER ADULT FINGER CN340 SILVER is easy-to-use and has a multi-directional display. The hospital also can determine the gas composition of blood in the laboratory. However, it's not a routine analysis and is usually done for severe diseases.
CMS also has pulse oximeters for doctors, such as Vital Signs Monitor. It has a bright display that is ideal for remote viewing. You can store and list up to 400 groups of NIBP measurements. Moreover, up to 96 hours of SpO2 and HR trend curves can be displayed.
What is saturation? Saturation is an indicator of blood oxygen saturation. It became especially relevant after the appearance of COVID-19. One of the main complications of COVID-19 is viral pneumonia.
What level of oxygen in the blood of adults is considered normal? The norm of saturation for a healthy person is when 95% or more of haemoglobin is associated with oxygen.
With COVID-19, it is recommended to call a doctor when saturation decreases to 94%. Saturation of 92% and below is usually considered critical. A person with such a low oxygen index in the blood requires urgent medical intervention. There are exceptions, however. For example, in severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, common in smokers, the saturation rate can be 88% to 92%. Usually, the body of such people is adapted to a lower level of oxygen. If you have a pulmonological disease, your doctor will tell you which saturation indicator should be an alarm signal. Capital Medical Supplies stocks NONIN EAR SENSOR and NONIN ADULT FINGER SENSOR WITH 1 MTR CABLE.
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