Suresign Pulse Fingertip Oximeter (1 Device)
- Rapid test result available in 6-8 seconds
- Laboratory standard test results
- Display shows SpO2 level & pulse rate
Suresign pulse oximeter medical device indirectly monitors the oxygen saturation of a patient’s blood very rapidly & simply through their finger.
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Suresign Pulse Fingertip Oximeter
What is Suresign Pulse Fingertip Oximeter
Suresign Pulse Fingertip Oximeter indirectly monitors the oxygen saturation of a patient’s blood very rapidly & simply through your fingertip.
You can view further information on how to test your oxygen levels including when to get help during the Covid-19 pandemic here via the NHS webpage.
Suresign Oximeter Benefits
- Rapid test result available in 6-8 seconds.
- Low power consumption 30 hours in use battery life.
- Can detect 0.5% low perfusion signal.
- Digital optical detector.
- Automatic switch off function
- Robust shock proof design.
- Waterproof design.
- Laboratory standard test results.
- Simple technology = reliable technology.
- Supplied with carrier case with belt loop.
Easy to use
- Large clear display.
- Soft thumb pad menu button.
- Backlight LED suitable for use in low light conditions.
- Display shows SpO2 level & pulse rate.
- Single AAA battery power supply.
How to use the Suresign Pulse Fingertip Oximeter
Follow these steps to make sure the pulse oximeter gives an accurate reading:
- Remove any nail polish or false nails.
- Warm your hand if cold.
- Make sure you have been resting for at least five minutes before taking your measurement.
- Rest your hand on your chest at the level of your heart and hold it still.
- Switch the pulse oximeter on and place it on your finger. It works best on your middle or index finger of either hand. It should not be used on your ear.
- The reading takes time to steady. Keep the pulse oximeter in place for at least a minute, or longer if the reading keeps changing.
- Record the highest result once the reading has not changed for five seconds.
- Be careful to identify which reading is your heart rate and which is your oxygen level.
You can also watch a short NHS video which takes you through all these steps on how to use your pulse oximeter.