The simplest monitoring tool
It is important to monitor the oxygenation of patients, especially with problems such as fever, cough, shortness of breath (dyspnea) or in an emergency.
The finger oximeter is used to measure the oxygenation of the blood: it is useful to know if the lungs are able to take in sufficient quantity from the air you breathe.
Small and accurate: real-time data of SpO2, pulse rate
How to use the saturation value:
Normal oxygenation values (reported as SpO2) range from 97% up (not worrying up to 94%), especially in patients with known lung disease.
If oxygenation falls below 90% in subjects with high fever, cough and shortness of breath then we are at a probable pathological status.
Heart rate and curve are other elements to evaluate the patient at a glance.
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The new Webbit finger pulse oximeters have ANTI MOTION TECHNOLOGY certification for the elimination of artifacts, for a precise reading even in the most difficult conditions (for example on moving vehicles on agitated patients, tremors).
They are characterized by an elegant and clean design, built with first quality materials, suitable for use even in the dark given the good brightness of the OLED display that allows an ideal view of the values of the SPO2, the Pulse, the intensity bar. pulse and plethysmographic trace on the display.
An icon shows us the remaining battery level.
Allows you to flip the screen from 2 to 6 positions to allow the patient or the person taking the measurement to read.
Start the measurement with a key and view the data in one second. It turns off automatically after 5 seconds of inactivity.
A small quality tool in your pocket
Webbit finger pulse oximeters, unlike many others available on the market, have been validated and tested.
These products are used regularly by hospital wards, nursing homes, private doctors, 118 ambulance services and public assistance, as well as a classic home or sports use.