What is Highly Sensitive Pulse Oximeter
Highly Sensitive Pulse Oximeter is a non-invasive monitor connected to the user's finger to monitor blood oxygen level and pulse. Highly Sensitive Pulse Oximeter provides a non-invasive method for measuring blood oxygen saturation or arterial hemoglobin saturation. If the oxygen concentration in the blood is too low, organs such as the brain and heart will be hypoxic, which means they are not getting enough oxygen and functioning properly. Pulse oximetry can provide immediate feedback and allow rapid intervention.
How to detect blood oxygen by Highly Sensitive Pulse Oximeter
When your body's blood oxygen saturation reaches more than 95%, then your body's blood oxygen cells and tissues are in a healthy state.
How to detect your pulse rate with Highly Sensitive Pulse Oximeter
Highly Sensitive Pulse Oximeter can also detect arterial pulse, so it can also calculate and inform the patient's heart rate. In general, the average resting heart rate is 60 to 80 beats per minute, and the normal range for adults is 60 to 100 beats per minute. There are many clinical diseases, especially heart disease, which can change the pulse rate. Therefore, measuring pulse rate is an indispensable test item for patients.
About perfusion index
Perfusion index (PI) represents the strength of arterial pulse signal. Highly Sensitive Pulse Oximeter usually uses PI as a parameter index, which can reflect the subject's limb perfusion status, that is, it can still be detected under the conditions of low perfusion and weak perfusion.
Moreover, through the display of PI, it can also indicate the subject's own physical condition, that is, when hypoperfusion occurs, it indicates whether the subject has his own reasons such as heart problems, shock, etc., and can also reflect Whether there are external factors and other reasons such as cold weather, poor peripheral circulation, etc., so judge by the above conditions!