Finger Pulse Oximeter
Pulse oximeters are used in the medical field for a variety of reasons. Oximeters are essential in the detection and monitoring possible circulatory conditions related to your lungs and your blood health. A good oximeter will continuously track and display healthy or unhealthy blood oxygenation levels. In normal conditions healthy oxygen levels range from 99% to about 92%, certain conditions like high altitude will decrease the bottom limit due to the lower density of the oxygen in these conditions. Our store offers a great variety of pulse oximeters to fit the needs of the user. Oximeters can be used to track COPD, Asthma, Sleep Apnea, and other conditions including Pneumonia caused by Covid-19. You can make your selection based on your need. If you need help in making a selection, the article "Picking an oximeter" would help you.
AmperorDirect.com sells only quality pulse oximeters at affordable prices. We do not compromise on the quality of the products we offer and all pulse oximeters sold here are FDA approved. Before offering any products in our store we test samples to make sure that they meet our standard for manufacturing quality and excellence in performance.
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Oximeters or oximetros de pulso are used medically to measure blood oxygen level by patients with asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), chronic obstructive airway diseases (COAD), and other respiratory conditions. Pilots use pulse oximeters to help guard against hypoxia.
Pulse oximeter can also help athletes, such as mountain climbers and walkers, to improve their performance.
Finger pulse oximeter is the most commonly used portable pulse oximeter at homes or medical clinics. It clips onto your fingertip and shines two beams of light through your fingetip to measure the blood color and determine your oxygen saturation level (SpO2) and heart rate. Many recent models can produce digital readouts and SpO2 waveforms. Digital pulse oximeter is especially suitable for elderlies.