Prozo Plus Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

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Description

The Prozo Plus Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is a very useful device. It helps determine the oxygen saturation levels in blood and pulse rate through your finger. This particular product comes with an alarm function and has an anti-motion measurement feature. The oximeter also promotes low power consumption.


Benefits

Prozo Plus Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is FDA and CE-certified and is easy to use by teenagers and adults. Since an oximeter can be used at home, you can monitor regularly and assess the need for supplemental oxygen.

  • You can view results in less than 10 seconds.
  • Finger chamber with the smart spring system.
  • Works effectively for a wide range of finger sizes
  • You can set up alarm limits for SpO2 and Pulse Rate.
  • Indicator for low battery.
  • OLED Display for better visibility.
  • Sturdy, portable and lightweight.
  • Very easy to operate with single switch operation.
  • Warranty Period of 6 months.


Uses

  • Measures blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) levels.
  • Measures pulse rate.


How to Use

  • To turn the oximeter on, press the main button on the top of the device.
  • Place your finger in the finger slot.
  • Wait for the results to be displayed.
  • Press the main button to change the display type of OLED.
  • Change alarm settings by long pressing the main button.
  • Once the finger is removed, the device will turn off automatically.
  • Keep your hand still while taking a reading.


Safety Information

  • Not to be kept near infants and children.
  • Seek medical advice based on symptoms.
  • Place batteries correctly.
  • Read the label carefully before using it.
  • Store it in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.


FAQ

1. For how long should I keep my finger on the oximeter?

Place your finger on the finger slot of the oximeter and keep it still. Wait for the results to show.

2. Is using an oximeter safe?

Yes, using an oximeter is absolutely safe.

3. What can cause false readings on a pulse oximeter?

If you are moving or dislodge the sensor, it may cause a rhythmic movement which leads to inaccurate readings. Exercise and vibrations can also make it difficult for the pulse oximeter to take a reading.

4. Which finger should be used for the pulse oximeter?

The best finger to use on an oximeter is the middle finger of your right hand.

Product Details
Brand
Prozo Plus
Country of Origin
India
Warranty
1 Year from date of purchase
Disclaimer
THE CONTENTS OF THIS WEBSITE ARE FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND ARE NOT INTENDED TO BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE, DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT, OR PREVENTION OF A DISEASE OR MEDICAL CONDITION. PLEASE CONSULT A PHYSICIAN FOR THE TREATMENT AND/OR MANAGEMENT OF ANY DISEASE OR MEDICAL CONDITION WITHOUT DELAY.

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