NHS Approved Pulse Oximeter
Simply monitor your pulse rate and blood oxygen saturation levels in your body, all delivered to you on a bright LED screen instantly!Order Now
This small yet smart device attaches painlessly to your fingertip, sending two wavelengths of light through the finger to measure your pulse rate and how much oxygen is in your system.
Once the oximeter finishes its assessment, its screen will display the percent of oxygen in your blood coming from your heart—as well as your current pulse rate
Our NHS Approved Oximeter consists of many features, here are some more reasons to buy today
View your results on a 360° LED Smart Screen instantly!
Advanced engineering minimising battery usage to ensure you get the most out of your Oximeter.
Smart design allows for a range of finger sizes to fit into the finger chamber.This Pulse Oximeter is suitable for all ages, from children to the elderly
Medically Tested, our Oximeter Provides 99.99% Accurate Results in Just 8 Seconds - FDA Approved.
Our Pulse Oximeter determines your Sp O2, Pulse Rate and Pulse Strength results in 8 seconds or less
The pulse oximeter effortlessly observes a rapid measurement of oxygen saturation level in your body without the use of needles or taking a blood sample.
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Simply insert your finger into the chamber and instantly measure Pulse Rate and Blood Oxygen Saturation levels in your body.
Simply point this device on a wrist or forehead from a distance to confirm the body temperature of an individual.
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Smart design allows for a range of finger sizes to fit into the finger chamber. This Pulse Oximeter is suitable for all ages, from Children to the elderly.
The Pulse Oximeter effortlessly observes a rapid measurement of oxygen saturation level in your body without the use of needles or taking a blood sample.
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The average normal body temperature is generally accepted as 37°C, some studies have shown that the "normal" body temperature can have a wide range, from 36.1°C
to 37.2°C. A temperature over 38°C most often means you have a fever,
conversely, 35°C or lower can also be an issue.
The oximeter display shows the percentage of oxygen in your blood. For someone who is classified as healthy, the normal blood oxygen saturation level will be around 95–100%. If the oxygen level is below this, it can be an indicator that there may be a health issue. It also displays your heart rate, a normal resting heart rate for adult’s ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute. Generally, a lower heart rate at rest implies more efficient heart function and better cardiovascular fitness. For example, a well-trained athlete might have a normal resting heart rate closer to 40 beats per minute.
Yes, pulse oximeters are non-invasive and generally considered safe to use. You may experience minor skin irritation, such as redness or sensitivity, but otherwise, there are no known health risks to using this device when it is used correctly.
The Pulse Oximeter can be used to test the oxygen levels in the blood. This can be useful for both general testing and monitoring oxygen levels. Pulse oximeters can also be used at home to monitor and provide peace of mind for anyone with a condition that may cause them to experience periods of low oxygen levels.
This can include:
> Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
> Lung cancer
> Heart attack or heart failure
> Congenital heart defects
Research has shown people who are most at risk of becoming very unwell from coronavirus are best identified by oxygen levels. Because of this, the use of a pulse oximeter to monitor oxygen levels, including at home, is highly recommended and useful