Finger clip oximeter

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Features:

1. gravity sensing, multi-directional OLED display
2. ultra-low power consumption, with battery power display, the new two sections of the 7th (AAA) can be used for 30-40 hours. Note: It may take less than 40 hours because the supplied battery is for trial use.
3. showing blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate
4. display volume wave waveform, showing columnar pulse strength
5. strong anti-interference ability, only need to replace the battery, no calibration
6. small and light, easy to operate and carry
7. the product will automatically shut down after 8 seconds when no signal is generated.
8. using medical testing standards, accurate measurement of blood oxygen value, pulse rate value

Scope of application:

1. can be used in internal and external surgery, anesthesiology, pediatrics, emergency room and other clinical and oxygen bar, community health care, sports health and outdoor activities, etc.
2. This product is not recommended for use during exercise and strong light, and is not suitable for continuous monitoring of patients.

Instructions:

1. Insert two 7-cell (AAA) batteries and cover the battery cover according to the positive and negative signs in the battery compartment.
2. pinch the finger clip pulse oximeter clip
3. insert your finger into the rubber hole (the finger should be fully extended) and then release the clip
4. click the switch button on the front panel
5. your fingers should not shake during use, the human body is also best not to be in motion
6. directly read the relevant data from the display, the display can show blood oxygen saturation, pulse rate and pulse amplitude
7. After the power is turned on, the interface direction switching mode defaults to the gravity sensing mode, and can also be switched to the button mode. In the gravity sensing mode, the display direction automatically switches according to the direction of gravity.