BION Finger Pulse Oximeter P100
BION Finger Pulse Oximeter P100 is used to measure arterial oxygen saturation (% SpO2) of hemoglobin and pulse rate, an important indicator of your respiratory function.
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MDA REGISTRATION NO. : GB3492221-65288
PULSE OXIMETER READINGS
Oxygen Saturation (%SpO2)
%SpO2 refers to arterial oxygen saturation (% SpO2), the percentage of oxyhemoglobin (HbO2) relative to the total hemoglobin(Hb).
Beats per minute Pulse Rate (bmpPR)
bmpPR refers to the pulse rate. The number of pulse beats per minute.
Perfusion Index (PI)
The perfusion index indicates the pulse strength at the monitoring site. To make informed patient management decisions, physicians often need to be aware of changes in peripheral perfusion and circulatory status (blood flow distribution to all parts of the body). Optimal pulse oximetry monitoring accuracy is dependent on the selection of a monitoring site (fingertip, hand, toe, foot, forehead, ear) characterized by good perfusion with oxygenated blood. The normal perfusion index (PI) ranges from 0.02 to 20% showing weak to strong pulse strength.
- Auto Shut-off
- Clear LED Display
- Set Threshold Alerts
- Low Battery Indication
- Pulse Strength Indication
- Pouch And Lanyard Included
- 3 Backlight Brightness Settings
- Pulse Rate (BPM) Measurement
- Perfusion Index (PI%) Measurement
- Oxygen Saturation (SpO2) Measurement
Measurement Range : SpO2: 35%~99% - PR: 25~250 bpm
Precision : SpO2: 70%~99%; ±2%; ≤69% (no requirement)
Pulse Rate : 25~250bpm; ±2