Faced with rising acuity rates, as well as higher nurse-patient ratios, caregivers are increasingly using pulse oximetry to monitor SpO2 and detect respiratory problems early.1
Why? It is:
For respiratory conditions, blood oxygen saturation—either for a single moment or over time—is one of the most critical data elements. Find pulse oximeters for all situations.
Finger Pulse Oximeters
Small and lightweight. Suitable for wide range of finger sizes.
Handheld Pulse Oximeters
Convenient one-hand operation. Bright LED color display for light or dark settings.
Disposable or Reusable Probes
Have legacy oximeters or monitors? We’ve got you covered.
1. Mininni NC, Marino ML, Kohler W, Stephan MJ. Pulse Oximetry: An Essential Tool for the Busy Med-Surg Nurse. American Nurse Today. 2009;4(9):31-33. Available at: https://www.americannursetoday.com/pulse-oximetry-an-essential-tool-for-the-busy-med-surg-nurse/ Accessed March 9, 2018.