SantaMedical Launched Generation 2 Pulse Oximeter in Multicolor
Pulse oximeter used to evaluate your oxygen status in various clinical conditions is becoming more and more popular and is common monitoring equipment. This is because it offers constant non-invasive checking of oxygen saturation of hemoglobin in blood in arteries. It gives up-to-date results with each pulse wave.
And now SantaMedical has launched Generation 2 Pulse Oximeter in multicolor which measures pulse rate and SpO2 blood oxygen saturation quickly and accurately. This pulse oximeter is extremely accurate and reliable. It has got a large and bright digital OLED display on which it shows SpO2 readings, pulse rate and pulse rate bar clearly in real time. It’s also lightweight and compact so that you can carry it anywhere while traveling. It fits a wide range of finger sizes so that multiple users can use it, perfect for an entire family or a large group of people. Its battery life is quite long and automatic power off within 10 seconds is provided too so as to save the battery charge.
With the SantaMedical Generation 2 Pulse Oximeter, you can notice any deviations from your oxygen baseline immediately. Such an early warning signal can help your clinician prevent the consequences of desaturation and find hypoxaemia before it generates cyanosis.
It’s recommended to increase the use of this oxygen saturation monitor in general wards as much as thermometers. Hospital employees should be provided training about how it works, how it should be operated and what factors may affect the readings.
How does SantaMedical Oxygen Saturation Monitor Work?
SantaMedical Oxygen saturation monitor measures the absorption of particular wavelengths of light in oxygenated hemoglobin against reduced hemoglobin. Because of the quality of oxyhemoglobin it consists of, arterial oxygenated blood looks bright red; so, it absorbs light of particular wavelengths. There are two light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to the oximeter probe, one is red and the other is infrared, placed on a side of the probe. This probe is placed on a part of the body, generally a fingertip or earlobe, and light wavelengths are transmitted by the LEDs through pulsating arterial blood towards a photodetector on the other side of the probe. Red light is absorbed by the reduced hemoglobin, whereas infrared light is absorbed by the oxyhemoglobin. An influx of oxyhemoglobin to the tissue is caused by pulsatile arterial blood during systole, absorbing more of infrared light and permitting less light to reach the photodetector. The degree of light absorption is determined by oxygen saturation of the blood. The result is processed and shown on a digital display.
So, start using the SantaMedical pulse oximeter and monitor your health accurately.