Jeda Pulse Oximeter Finger Pulse Blood Oxygen SpO2 Monitor With Carrying Case, Landyard (Blue)

January 14, 2020 - Comment

QUICK AND EASY OPERATION IN THREE SIMPLE STEPS Remove the back cover and install the two AAA batteries included in the box. Insert your finger by aligning it with the red light and wait for the oximeter to switch on. Read the results in eight to ten seconds. IMMEDIATE AND ACCURATE RESULTS IN SECONDS The

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QUICK AND EASY OPERATION IN THREE SIMPLE STEPS

Remove the back cover and install the two AAA batteries included in the box.

Insert your finger by aligning it with the red light and wait for the oximeter to switch on.

Read the results in eight to ten seconds.

IMMEDIATE AND ACCURATE RESULTS IN SECONDS

The Pulse Oximeter is a painless and non-invasive device that shows you:

OXYGEN SATURATION or SpO2 LEVEL: Shows the percentage of how much hemoglobin in your blood is carrying oxygen, with normal levels at 95% or greater

PULSE RATE: 30 – 240 BPM,Provides the number of heartbeats per minute

PULSE INTENSITY: Displayed as a bar graph

PULSE WAVE: Shows the strength of your pulse in wave form

LOW POWER CONSUMPTION

Equipped with two AAA batteries, the oximeter automatically powers off after eight seconds of inactivity and delivers up to 10 continuous hours of battery life.

 

PORTABLE AND LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN

Weighing only 50 grams with batteries included, every  Oximeter comes with a convenient travel case that protects it from scratches as you carry it on its own or inside your gym bag, backpack or luggage. Attach the included lanyard to the case or directly to the oximeter for easy access anytime.

IS A PULSE OXIMETER FOR YOU?

While a Pulse Oximeter is not intended for medical use, it is the simplest and most convenient way to detect and monitor vital signs before and after any strenuous activity such as a workout at home or in the gym — or sports such as running, cycling, basketball or tennis. People who work in aviation or travelers who fly frequently need an oximeter to know if their oxygen level is dropping so they can take steps to bring it back to normal.

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