InHealth™ Finger Pulse Oximeter - ARTG: 321974
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The Inhealth™ Finger Pulse Oximeter is an oximeter capable of measuring your oxygen saturation.
This product is useful for measuring the oxygen saturation level in your blood and also your pulse rate:
- Pre/post- exercise
- Pre/post-operative conditions
- Monitoring conditions such as COPD & asthma
For a healthy person without other underlying conditions, a reading between 95-100% blood oxygen saturation is normal. For those with an underlying disease or heart conditions, their readings may be lower. If you are concerned by your results, contact your doctor.
For further information on how pulse oximetry can help assist with disease diagnosis CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
- Lightweight for carrying and easy-to-use
- Big Font display
- Measures SpO2 and Pulse rate
- Manually adjust the direction of interface
- Colour OLED display, simultaneous display for testing value and plethysmogram
- Low Perfusion: 0.3%
- Low Battery voltage indicator
- Standard two AAA 1.5V Alkaline battery support more than 20 hours continuous use.
- Dimensions: 62mm x 34mm x 31mm
- Weight: 50g (with batteries)
- Anti-electric shock type: internally powered equipment
- Anti-electric shock degree: Type BF equipment
- EMC: Type B
- Mode of operation: Continuous operation
- Enclosure degree of ingress protection: IP22
- Power: 2 x AAA 1.5V Alkaline batteries
- Power consumption:
- Operating temperature: 5 - 40C
- Storage temperature: -10C - 50C
- Relative humiditiy: 15% - 80% non-condensing
- Air pressure: 86Kpa - 106Kpa
- Haemoglobin saturation display: 35 - 100%, 1% resolution
- Pulse rate display: 30 - 250 BPM, 1 BPM resolution
HOW TO PROPERLY USE A PULSE OXIMETER
To achieve the most accurate reading with your pulse oximeter:
- Use your middle finger for the reading
- Take off any nail polish
- Avoid using it on cold finger (make sure they are room temperature)
- Sit still
- Log your readings, making a note of any downtrends and how you were feeling at the time
- Make sure you are using a TGA approved oximeter - meaning that it should have an ARTG number
A reading between 95-100% blood oxygen saturation is normal. If you are concerned by your results, contact your doctor.