Pulse Oximeters

Our company provides 2 types of Pulse Oximeters

The parameters are measured in the following places, depending on the type of sensor:

  • Earlobe;
  • Wrist;
  • Shoulder;
  • Finger.

A stationary pulse oximeter is used for high-precision measurements and is most often used in healthcare facilities.

Depending on the model and manufacturer, they provide measurements of indicators: SpO2, PR, PI, SpMet, SpCO, SpHb, SpOC, PVI and others.

Some models also have a SpO2 measurement sensitivity mode, as well as systems for monitoring the status of the sensor, battery and malfunctions.

Fingertip Pulse Oximeter intended for individual use – at work, for a walk, in the gym.

Epending on the place of attachment, we select the following parameters:
1. Speed of work. If necessary for neonates, the pulse oximeter should quickly activate and begin reading from 8 seconds to 25 seconds;
2. Error, etc. Each model has a different degree of error;
3. Display and dimensions;
4. Availability of impact resistance;
5. Autonomy, if necessary;
6. Alert system, with indicators below the norm;
7. Power supply system.