Presenting ChoiceMMed OxyWatch Fingertip Pulse Oximeter C29—an affordable, reliable, and compact device that measures SpO2 (oxygen saturation) and pulse rate within seconds. This pulse oximeter is fast, non-invasive, and can accurately determine the percentage of oxygen saturation in your blood.Buy Now Enquire Now
Presenting ChoiceMMed OxyWatch Fingertip Pulse Oximeter C29—an affordable, reliable, and compact device that measures SpO2 (oxygen saturation) and pulse rate within seconds. This pulse oximeter is fast, non-invasive, and can accurately determine the percentage of oxygen saturation in your blood.
How can a ChoiceMMed OxyWatch pulse oximeter help You?
In the current times, keeping a track of your oxygen saturation levels is essential. A pulse oximeter is a handy tool for monitoring oxygen saturation levels at home.ChoiceMMed’s OxyWatch ensures quick and accurate analysis through its bright, LED-lit display which can help you track your oxygen level daily helping you expedite the process of knowing the time to call for medical help if required.
Suppose you suffer from respiratory disorders such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), lung cancer, heart failure, or other chronic conditions. A pulse oximeter can help you check your oxygen saturation levels at all times.
How does an Oxywatch pulse oximeter work?
The unit has a monitor, a light detector, and a sensor with light-emitting diodes. Operating the pulse oximeter is easy. The apparatus is clipped onto the fingertip, preferably the forefinger. It’s vital to ensure the hand is warm, relaxed, and placed below the heart level. On activation, the oximeter transmits two wavelengths of light (red beam and infrared light) through the tissues of the fingertip to calculate oxygen saturation in the blood and reflect it on the inbuilt screen.
The SpO2 readings on the oximeter vary from 0-100%. An oxygen saturation level of 96% or greater is considered normal for a fit and healthy person. Anything under 92% indicates the blood is poorly saturated and requires medical intervention.
Note: Low oxygen levels are an indicator of a medical emergency. Usually, your blood oxygen levels are between 94%-96%. If your oxygen concentration falls below 90% and does not improve with few minutes of rest, get supplemental oxygen and contact your physician or call emergency services immediately.