What is the Pulse Oximeter?
Pulse Oximeter is a noninvasive monitor attached to the user's finger to monitor the blood oxygen level and pulse rate, if oxygen levels in the blood is too low, organs like the brain and heart can become hypoxic, meaning they are not receiving enough oxygen to function normally, a pulse oximeter can provide the immediate feedback and allow rapid intervention.
Examine Your Blood Oxygen Saturation
For your cells and tissues to perform optimally, your body needs a blood oxygen level of 95% and above.
Monitor Your Heart Rate
The average resting heart rate is 60 to 80 beats per minute. It could be lower for physically fit people, while it also rises with age.
About Perfusion Index
PI(Perfusion Index) indicates the arterial pulse signal strength. A low PI(<1%) reading indicates low perfusion, or poor blood flow to the finger. Cold fingers and toes are often the result of poor perfusion. The Spo2 allows you to measure in low perfusion conditions, unlike most pulse oximeter.
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