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The new John Bunn DigiO2 Finger Pulse Oximeter provides fast, reliable and accurate oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate and perfusion index (or pulse strength) measurements. Its compact design makes it an ideal solution for EMS, hospital and clinical settings along as well as for home use.
Display: Oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate and PI measurements. Bar graph display. Multi-directional display so readings can be viewed from any angle.
Includes: 1 DigiO2 Finger Pulse Oximeter, 1 lanyard, 1 Pouch, 2 “AAA” alkaline batteries, 1 User Manual
Attention California residents: This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
A Quote from New York Times:
There is a way we could identify more patients who have pneumonia sooner and treat them more effectively. It requires detecting silent hypoxia early through a common medical device that can be purchased without a prescription at most pharmacies: a pulse oximeter.
Pulse oximetry is no more complicated than using a thermometer. These small devices turn on with one button and are placed on a fingertip. In a few seconds, two numbers are displayed: oxygen saturation and pulse rate. Pulse oximeters are extremely reliable in detecting oxygenation problems and elevated heart rates.
Pulse oximeters helped save the lives of two emergency physicians I know, alerting them early on to the need for treatment. When they noticed their oxygen levels declining, both went to the hospital and recovered (though one waited longer and required more treatment). Detection of hypoxia, early treatment, and close monitoring apparently also worked for Boris Johnson, the British prime minister.
Widespread pulse oximetry screening for pneumonia — whether people check themselves on home devices or go to clinics or doctors’ offices — could provide an early warning system for the kinds of breathing problems associated with pneumonia.
People using the devices at home would want to consult with their doctors to reduce the number of people who come to the E.R. unnecessarily because they misinterpret their device. There also may be some patients who have unrecognized chronic lung problems and have borderline or slightly low oxygen saturations.
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