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  • What is the relationship between pulse and blood oxygen saturation?

    In the late 1990s, several studies were conducted to evaluate the accuracy of non-professionals, first responders, paramedics and even doctors in assessing only the presence of pulse. In one study, the success rate of pulse recognition was as low as 45%, while in another study, junior doctors spe...
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  • How does a pulse oximeter work?

    Pulse oximetry is a non-invasive and painless test that measures the oxygen level (or oxygen saturation level) in the blood. It can quickly detect how effectively oxygen is delivered to the limbs (including legs and arms) furthest from the heart. A pulse oximeter is a small device that can be cl...
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  • How to understand oxygen saturation?

    Oxygen saturation refers to the degree to which hemoglobin in red blood cells bind to oxygen molecules.There are two common methods of measuring blood oxygen saturation: arterial blood gas (ABG) test and pulse oximeter. Of these two instruments, pulse oximeters are more commonly used. The pulse ...
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  • Is my blood oxygen level normal?

    What does your blood oxygen level show Your blood oxygen level is a measure of how much oxygen your red blood cells carry. Your body tightly regulates the amount of oxygen in your blood. Maintaining a precise balance of blood oxygen saturation is essential to your health. Most children and adults...
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  • What is a pulse oximeter and its help for COVID-19?

    Unless you have other potential health problems, such as COPD, the normal oxygen level measured by a pulse oximeter is about 97%. When the level drops below 90%, doctors will start to worry because it will affect the amount of oxygen entering the brain and other vital organs. People feel confused...
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  • The application of pulse oximeter?

    Pulse oximeters were originally popularized in operating rooms and anesthesia rooms in hospitals, but these oximeters used in the acute phase are of the placement type, or not only pulse oximeters, but used to simultaneously measure ECG and Comprehensive biological monitor for other important vit...
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  • Pulse oximeter

    Pulse oximetry is a noninvasive and painless test that measures your oxygen saturation or blood oxygen level in your blood. It can quickly detect how effectively oxygen is delivered to the limbs (including legs and arms) farthest from the heart, even with small changes. A pulse oximeter is a smal...
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  • What are the components of a patient monitoring system?

    Each patient monitoring system is unique – The structure of ECG is different from that of blood glucose monitor. We divide the components of the patient monitoring system into three categories: patient monitoring equipment, fixed equipment and software. Patient monitor Although the term &#...
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  • How to choose Electronic blood pressure pulse meter?

    Hypertension has almost become a common disease, and now most households have electronic blood pressure monitors. Electronic blood pressure pulse meter are simple to operate, but there are also many brands. How to choose an electronic blood pressure pulse meter? 1. Choose a Mercury sphygmomanome...
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  • Definition and classification of Patient monitors

    1.What is a patient monitor? The vital signs monitor (referred to as the patient monitor) is a device or system that measures and controls the patient’s physiological parameters, and can be compared with the known set values. If it exceeds the limit, it can issue an alarm. The monitor can c...
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  • 5 key considerations for choosing the next SpO2 sensor

    1.Physical characteristics Age, weight, and application site are all major factors that affect the type of SpO2 sensor that is suitable for your patient. Incorrect dimensions or use of sensors not designed for the patient may impair comfort and correct readings. Is your patient in one of the foll...
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  • What is a temperature probe?

    The temperature probe is a temperature sensor. There are many different types of temperature probes, and they are used in different applications throughout the industry. Some temperature probes can measure temperature by placing them on the surface. Others will need to be inserted or immersed in ...
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