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Considerations when renting a pulse oximeter
Whether renting for a clinic or to help regulate issues with COPD at home, it is important to make sure you choose the right device. You should make sure that you check all of the features and options available with each of the units, and also check for the size.
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Datex-Ohmeda Tuffsat

Grab One and Go! One of the smallest handheld oximeters available, Datex-Ohmeda 's TuffSat is the ideal spot-check solution for hospital, home care, transport, and EMS. TuffSat comes fully lo ...
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$95.00/month

NELLCOR N-595 PULSE OXIMETER

Combines Nellcor's best-in-class pulse oximetry with the versatile OxiMax monitoring platform. Features: Monitors Neonates through adults Convenient selection of alarm limits User-selec ...
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$150.00/month

Nellcor N65

Product Features Nellcor's advanced signal processing technology delivers reliable operation even in difficult monitoring conditions. Compatible with the complete line of single-patient-use, reu ...
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$95.00/month

Nellcor N20

The Nellcor N-20 Series Handheld Pulse Oximeters come in three easy-to-use models for quick oxygen saturation and pulse rate assessment. Select the N-20 model with the features you need: the basic N-2 ...
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$95.00/month

Masimo Radical Pulse Oximeter

Radical is lightweight, compact and easy to use. The high contrast LCD display is easy to read and automatically adjusts to the monitoring position with rotational Radical Screen. The Radical comes st ...
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$112.50/week
$450.00/month

Masimo SET Signal Extraction Pulse Oximeter

Radical is the most advanced, yet flexible pulse oximeter in the world. In addition to being the most feature-packed, stand-alone pulse oximeter available, Radical can operate in two additional modes. ...
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Masimo Rad-9 Signal Extraction Pulse Oximeter

Standalone pulse oximeter- Masimo SET performance in a traditional configuration Features: Crisp, clear LCD graphic display Easy-to-use control menu Serial (RS-232), analog and nurse call int ...
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Masimo RAD-5V Signal Extraction Pulse Oximeter

Rad-5v® Masimo SET® pulse oximetry in a compact device > Masimo SET® Measure-through Motion and Low Perfusion™ pulse oximetry for oxygen saturation (SpO2) ...
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Masimo RDS-1 - Signal Extraction Pulse Oximeter

Manufacturer: Masimo  Model :RDS-1 Radical  Description :Signal Extraction Pulse Oximeter Docking Station  ...
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Features of pulse oximeters

The pulse oximeter includes a sensor, as well as a machine that will read and display the O2 saturation in the blood. Most of the machines that are available today also have alarms on them in the event that the saturation is too low. The default setting on the machines is generally 90%. The device has a number of uses and benefits, as it can help to detect hypoxemia, which can affect the elderly and cause them to feel confused. It can also provide a steady and continuous reading while a person is undergoing sedation, it allows for correct use of O2 during procedures to reduce waste, and much more.

How pulse oximeters work

pulse oximeter rentalThe sensor is placed on the body – finger, earlobe, or foot, as mentioned above – and the photoreceptor in it will transmit light in two different wavelengths. This measures the percentage of oxygen saturated hemoglobin in the blood. Most people should have a saturation level of above 95%. If it is not, then it is generally an indication that something is wrong. For example, the patient may be suffering from COPD, another respiratory disease, or something such as cyanotic congenital heart disease.If using a finger probe. Make sure that the hand it resting on the chest at the level of the heart, instead of holding it in the air, which is what many patients tend to do.

About pulse oximeters

A pulse oximeter is a device that measures the oxygen saturation in the body. It is a non-invasive device that is simple and painless to use. Most of the time, those who are thinking about these devices imagine the sensor that’s placed on the finger. While that is one example of a pulse oximeter, there are also devices that can go onto the earlobe, as well as those that will attach to the foot of an infant to record the same results

Pulse Oximeter Applications

  • Intensive Care
  • Operating
  • Recovery
  • Emergency Care
  • Hospital Care
  • Respiratory
  • Cardiac
  • COPD 
  • Apnea

Pulse Oximeter Manufacturers

  • Huntleigh
  • Geratherm
  • Schiller
  • MIR
  • Nonin
  • Masimo

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