Fingertip Pulse Oximeter- Blood Oxygen SpO2 Saturation Monitor

৳ 1,800.00


Fingertip Pulse Oximeter- Blood Oxygen SpO2 Saturation Monitor

The pulse oximeter measures the amount of light entering the finger to calculate the number of blood cells carrying oxygen. This value is called oxygen saturation or SpO2, and it shows the percentage.

Details: Buy our newest Pulse Oximeter with Four Direction Adjustable technology. Medistore sells pulse oximeter online all over Bangladesh. You can buy this also cash on delivery method.


  • Origin: China
  • Two Parameters: SPO2. Pulse Rate
  • Four Direction Adjustable
  • Low voltage indicator
  • Automatically power off in 8 seconds when there is no signal
  • Small in volume, light in weight, and convenient to carry

AdvantagesDigital pulse oximeter SpO2 blood oxygen saturation monitor blood oxygen saturation is especially suitable for non-invasive continuous measurement of blood oxygen saturation. Instead, the gas content in the blood must be determined in the laboratory using blood samples collected. It is useful in any environment where the patient’s oxygenation is unstable, including intensive care, surgery, rescue, emergency, and hospital wards, leaking airplane pilots assessing the patient’s oxygen and determining the effectiveness of supplemental oxygen or the need to use a pulse oximeter To monitor the oxygen supply.

Fingertip Pulse Oximeter- Blood Oxygen SpO2 Saturation Monitor cannot measure oxygen metabolism or the amount of oxygen consumed by the patient. Blood Oxygen SpO2 Saturation Monitor must also measure carbon dioxide (CO2) levels. It can also be used to identify ventilation problems; however, the oximeter fingertip oximeter is a SpO2 saturation monitoring oximeter that is used to detect hypoventilation impaired by the use of additional oxygen, because the patient can only breathe in indoor air. Reliably detect breathing disorders. Therefore, regular oxygen inhalation may be unreasonable. Can the patient maintain a sufficient oxygen supply in the indoor air, as this may lead to unnoticed hypoventilation?