Pulse Oximeter

Pulse Oximeter

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Oxygen Saturation is a percentage of Oxyhemoglobin (HbO2) capacity, compounded with oxygen, by all

combinative hemoglobin (Hb) capacity in blood. In other words, it is consistency of Oxyhemoglobin in

blood. It is very important parameter for the Respiratory Circulation System. Many respiratory diseases

can result in oxygen saturation being lowered in human blood. Additionally, the following factors can

reduce oxygen saturation: Automatic regulation of organ dysfunction caused by Anesthesia, Intensive

Postoperative Trauma, injuries caused by some medical examinations. That situation might result in light-

headness, asthenia and vomiting. Therefore, it is very important to know the oxygen saturation of a


so that doctors can find problems in a timely manner.

The fingertip pulse oximeter features low power consumption, convenient operation and portability. Place

one fingertip into the photoelectric sensor for diagnosis and the pulse rate and oxygen saturation will

appear on the display. It has been proven in clinical experiments that it also features high precision and