Oximeters Monitor Your Patients' Health
Checking your patient's blood-oxygen saturation is an indispensable part of every health check. Whether you're setting up a private medical practice, managing inventory for a whole floor of the hospital or equipping a fleet of ambulances, you need a lot of accurate, reliable Oximeters for every person you treat. These finger-mounted Oximeters almost instantly give you a precise readout of pulse rate and oxygenation levels, so you can spot problems before they become acute.
Get an Accurate Look Into Your Patient's Health
Instantly know how your patients are doing by clipping a small Oximeters to their index fingers. These Oximeters send a bright, almost heatless light through the skin to gauge how much oxygen is getting out to the extremities. At the same time, an integrated sensor records heartbeats and displays simple, readable heart rate information on the built-in display screen. With these helpful tools in every exam room or ambulance, you can zip through an intake screening, get a picture of what might be ailing your patient, or arrive at the emergency room with detailed stats on an ailing person's condition for the intake nurse.
Spot Issues Early On
Whether your patient walked into your front office for a 10-minute consultation with the doctor or she's in your ICU for long-term care, put a small Oximeters on her finger to spot problems before they develop. With continuous monitoring, you can keep an eye on the patient's heart rate for signs of shock or other trouble while also watching the oxygen levels for prolonged dips that might signal problems with the respirator or bottled oxygen supply. By keeping a spare Oximeters in the pocket of your scrubs, you're able to identify a developing complaint before it causes undue distress to the patient and brief the doctor with real-time information. You can also pull one out for a quick vitals check while you're moving the patient to a different floor or prepping for transport in the field.
Lightweight, Portable and Easy to Use
Put one Oximeters in every room of the hospital or doctor's office you work in. Put two on each ambulance your company operates, or just have every trained staff member carry one in a spare pocket. These Oximeters are lightweight and easy to carry, and patients hardly notice them after they've been wearing one for a few minutes. These Oximeters gently close over the fingertip with enough soft pressure to stay in place, but without pinching caused by a too-tight spring. Their compact design and generally smooth surfaces help keep them out of the way so they don't snag on IV lines, electrical leads or the myriad other dangly bits every hospital bed has.