The oximeter is mainly used for vascular diseases, respiratory diseases, elderly people over 60 years of age, long-term alcoholism, people who work more than 12 hours a day, and can also be used for blood oxygen monitoring in extreme sports and high mountain hypoxic environments.
So the question is coming. How about a finger oximeter?
We all know that oximeters are generally divided into monitor, finger and pulse. However, pulse oximeters are relatively rare, and the monitoring is partial to medical treatment. Generally speaking, it is sufficient for individuals or families to buy finger oximeter, because finger is inherently personal.
The advantages and disadvantages of the finger oximeter are also obvious. Let me talk about the advantages first:
◆ The advantage is small size and easy to carry. The oximeter can be measured anytime and at any time, without time and place restrictions.
◆ You can also upload data to the network to form a long-term personal database to respond to data changes, which is very convenient.
◆ Secondly, low power consumption, finger oximeter can meet the family use for a long time.
The disadvantage is that the data measurement is sometimes inaccurate, which is easy to cause trouble to users, and there is still a certain gap with medical professional equipment.
Overall, the oximeter can meet the needs of most people. For individual patients or users who prevent hypoxemia, finger oximeters are definitely suitable for their use.
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Susan F.//SMC Editor