Monitor your oxygen flow with Wireless Pulse Oximeter

By TNT Bureau

Jan 7, 2016: The Wireless Pulse Oximeter is a reliable and easy way to monitor your blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) as well as pulse rate when you are on a hike or undergoing some training for a marathon.

Priced at $69.95, this health device pulse is excellent for athletes or those who wish to increase a much greater understanding of their bodies functions during normal exercises as well as high-intensity sports. It is to be remembered that the Wirless Pulse Oximeter is not a medical device and is not proposed towards diagnosing or testing any kind of medical conditions.

The health device helps to measure the quantity of oxygen in your your pulse rate and blood. The oximeter operates by shining 2 light beams into the minute blood vessels or capillaries of your finger, showcasing the quantity of oxygen in the blood and displaying the dimension on the oximeter?s screen. The oxygen saturation (SpO2) is measured as a proportion of full capability.

Oxygen saturation (SpO2) is a dimension of how large amount of oxygen your blood is carrying as a proportion of the maximum it could carry. For a fit individual, the normal SpO2 should be somewhere between 96% to 99%. High elevations and other factors may influence what is considered standard for a given individual. The normal resting pulse rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute.

Many factors can influence pulse rate, including but not limited to physical activities, fitness level, emotional state, body weight, medications and body position.

Cold hands, weak pulse, hand movements, fingernail polish and acrylic nails are some of the most common factors that may affect a reading and cause inaccurate results

The Pulse Oximeter is considered for spot checks. Currently it does not support incessant measurements.

Managing your health just got a lot more interesting. The free iHealth MyVitals app mechanically keeps a history of your data on your Apple phone and provides you the option to share your information with your family doctor, friends or any other concerned individual.

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