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FINGERTIP PULSE OXIMETER
Posted By: medplusmart
Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2020
The Pulse Oximeter is a great device which allows early detection of the Coronavirus during these uncertain, fearful times. One of the most commonly noted, very initial symptoms of the Coronavirus is breathlessness. One faces difficulty in breathing when the oxygen levels in the body drops. Thus the oxygen level in the body can share a great deal of information about many aspects of your health. In this case, it gives you a headsup if you are potentially attacked with the Coronavirus.
Ideally, human body must have about 95% or more of oxygen level. 90 or above is also considered okay. But when the level drops below 90%, it could be a caution for one to investigate further for any negative underlying reason behind the dip.
The Fingertip Pulse Oximeter YK011 is a simple, completely-pain free device used to check the oxygen level and pulse rate in the body. This small, extremely low weight tool can be attached at the fingertip to get the results after a minute or so. The product works by sending 2 wavelengths of light through your finger to find both the pulse rate and oxygen rate in the body respectively. Once the assessment is completed, the screen of the device will display both the figures.
Benefits of the Fingertip Pulse Oximeter YK011
Instantly check your oxygen levels Instantly check your pulse rate Only about a minute to get results Painless testing
Extremely lightweight Painless intervention
How to Use the Fingertip Pulse Oximeter YK011
The product looks and works like a cloth clip. As shown in the figure, simply attach the Oximeter to the tip of the finger and observe the live assessment of the numbers pertaining to both pulse rate and the oxygen levels, on the digital screen of the device. Wait until the numbers stabilize. Once the numbers don?t change anymore, the final frozen numbers are your assessment results.
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