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Blood oxygen probe, a small expert in clinical home spot measurement

The blood oxygen probe mainly acts on human fingers, toes, earlobes, and soles of newborns’ feet. It is used to monitor patients’ vital signs, transmit blood oxygen saturation signals in the human body, and provide doctors with accurate diagnostic data. Blood oxygen saturation monitoring is a continuous, non-invasive, fast response, safe and reliable method, which has been widely used.

There are many types of blood oxygen probes on the market, including disposable blood oxygen probes and repetitive blood oxygen probes. Disposable blood oxygen probes are mostly stick-on type, which can provide continuous monitoring for patients. Repetitive blood oxygen probes include finger clip type, including finger clip type blood oxygen probe, finger sleeve type, wrapping belt type blood oxygen probe, ear clip type blood oxygen probe, Y-type multi-function type and other styles to meet the needs of Patient spotting or continuous monitoring.


Blood oxygen probe

In clinical applications of measuring blood oxygen, monitoring equipment can be connected through a blood oxygen probe to achieve continuous monitoring. At home, in order to measure blood oxygen saturation conveniently and quickly, a small oximeter can achieve rapid measurement. At present, the finger clip oximeter with a large market coverage only needs to clip your finger on the oximeter. on.
However, the finger-clip oximeter cannot meet the measurement needs of any user, such as infants and newborns, because the fingers are too small to clip on the probe end of the oximeter, so an external suitable blood oxygen probe is required.
When choosing a blood oxygen probe, it is necessary to select a blood oxygen probe suitable for adults, children, infants, and newborns according to the different finger sizes of different people and different usage habits. It can be applied to all kinds of people. It only needs to clamp the probe end in different parts, such as ears, adult fingers, baby toes, newborn palms or soles, to achieve the needs of point measurement.
In addition, for families with pets, blood oxygen monitoring for pets is also required on a regular basis.

Post time: Nov-25-2022