Portable medical gadgets known as handheld oximeters assess blood oxygen saturation in a rapid and precise manner. In hospitals, clinics, and at home, they are frequently used to keep an eye on blood oxygen levels and heart rate. These tools are simple to use, non-intrusive, and deliver accurate findings quickly.
Lepu SP-20 Digital Portable Rechargeable Handheld Pulse Oximeter for Infant Kid Adult
Lepu SP-20 Digital Portable Rechargeable Handheld Pulse Oximeter with Wireless Bluetooth ConnectionThe Lepu Medical Grade SP20 Rechargeable Handheld Pulse Oximeter has earned FDA approval for its capability to measure SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation), pulse rate (PR), PI (perfusion index), and temperature with exceptional accuracy. Additionally, this device features an optional infrared thermometer for added precision while measuring temperature.
How to Properly Use Handheld Oximeters
Store the oximeter properly in a clean, dry location.
Clean the oximeter probe with an alcohol swab prior to use.
Place the probe on the patient's fingertip and clip it in place.
Turn on the oximeter and wait for the reading.
Once you're finished using the oximeter, turn it off and unclip the probe from the patient's finger.
Record the results in the patient's medical chart.
Dispose of the probe cover and clean the probe with an alcohol swab.
Handheld Oximeters FAQs
What are the safety precautions for using a Handheld Oximeter?A :
When using a Handheld Oximeter, it is important to follow all safety instructions provided by the manufacturer. Additionally, it is important to keep the device clean and free from dirt and debris.
How Does a Handheld Oximeter Work?A :
A Handheld Oximeter uses a light-based technology to measure the oxygen saturation level in the blood. It is typically placed on the finger, and it uses light to measure the amount of oxygen in the bloodstream.
How Often Should a Handheld Oximeter Be Used?A :
The frequency of use for a Handheld Oximeter can vary depending on the individual and their condition. In general, it is recommended to use the device at least once a day, or as recommended by a healthcare provider.