Our Fingertip Pulse Oximeter CMS-50D is a reliable and fast medical device that accurately reads your oxygen saturation levels in your blood (SP02) and pulse rate in just under 8 seconds.
It is the perfect choice for on-the-go readings. The CMS-50D offers speed and ease of use at an affordable price.
The Fingertip Pulse Oximeter – CMS-50D is a simple solution to measuring oxygen saturation, pulse rate and pulse waveform through the finger.
It is designed for use at home and in a clinical environment.
This medical device provides a quick and accurate method to checking oxygen levels in the blood.
Who can benefit from a fingertip pulse oximeter?
The CMS-50D oximeter makes detecting and monitoring medical issues like COPD, asthma, pneumonia and viruses infecting the lungs. It can also diagnose cardiological conditions like heart attacks or heart failures and congenital heart defects.
For sporting enthusiasts, it is an accurate companion for quick readings of oxygen saturation in less than 8 seconds.
It can monitor adults and children above 18 months and fits a wide range of finger sizes.
What does the Fingertip Pulse Oximeter measure?
The Fingertip Pulse Oximeter provides you with three measurements that allow you to assess your health:
Oxygen Saturation (SpO2): oxygen saturation is the amount of oxygen-saturated blood cells (haemoglobin) compared to the total haemoglobin. The normal reading for a healthy person is usually between 95% and 100% oxygen saturation – a reading below 90% is considered hypoxemia, which is a cause for concern.
Pulse Rate: is the measurement of your heart's beats per minute (BPM) and is the same as taking your pulse at the wrist, neck or other area. An abnormally high or low pulse rate can be a symptom that you are suffering from a heart condition.
Perfusion Index: monitors your pulse at your fingertip and graphs this. A normal heart will return a steady graph with consistent peaks and troughs. If the patient is suffering from an irregular heartbeat, the graph will be inconsistent.
How does the Fingertip Pulse Oximeter CMS-50D work?
Position the fingertip pulse oximeter at the end of the patient’s index finger. Turn the power on. The device will now show SP02 – or oxygen saturation in the blood – as well as pulse rate in clear numbers on the display.