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Beaver White / Black Finger Tip Pulse Oximeter, Multipurpose Digital Monitoring Pulse Meter Rate & SpO2 with OLED Digital Display [Battery Included]


Price: ₹ 3,990.00 - ₹ 1,800.00
(as of May 13,2021 12:21:55 UTC – Details)



Pulse Oximeter is a non-invasive method used to monitor oxygen saturation in the blood. A sensor is placed on a thin part of the body like the fingertip or earlobe, or in the case of infants, across the foot. The device uses wavelengths of light to measure absorbance in pulsing blood, venous blood, skin, etc. and therefore the entire process is quick and painless. This allows you to measure oxygen saturation with the MedtechLife Finger Tip Pulse Oximeter right in the comfort of your home. Simply place your finger in the provided slot to get instant readings of the percentage of arterial haemoglobin, pulse rate, and pulse strength at the touch of a button. The readings are displayed on a bright and clear OLED display. It is powered by two AAA size batteries making it lightweight and portable.

Oxygen monitor finger own The LARGE DIGITAL LED DISPLAY can clearly read the results, can read in multiple directions.
Accurate: rotatable multidirectional display, allows you to view your results in any direction plus pulse wave, pulse rate, bar graph, spo2 level and battery level
NOTE: * 2 AAA batteries required which includes in package. The oximeter automatically powers off after 10 seconds of inactivity and can be operated continuously for more than 20 hours.
IN THE BOX: 1x Pulse Oximeter, 1x User Manual, 1x Lanyard, 2x AAA Batteries, 1x Warranty Card | Each device undergoes rigorous testing. Carry 6months warranty.

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