BEURER PO 30 pulse oximeterCode: 8079
Product detailed description
The whole measurement process is very simple. The measurements are made with the help of 2 light beams of different wavelengths that hit a finger inserted into the device and then read the desired information. The whole measurement takes only a few seconds, and you get a result that can possibly detect incipient respiratory diseases. Thanks to its simple operation, the device is suitable for both adults and children.
The saturation values provide information about the percentage of hemoglobin in the arterial blood that is saturated with oxygen, which has a great impact on the quality of breathing. A low oxygen saturation value of hemoglobin mainly indicates diseases such as respiratory diseases, asthma, heart failure, etc. If the results are poor, you should inform your doctor immediately.
Features of BEURER PO 30 pulse oximeter:
- Fast and accurate measurement with two different wavelength beams.
- Suitable for use at home, in hospitals and medical facilities
- Easy to read information on the OLED display
- Clear display - option to view results in portrait or landscape format
- Adjustable display and brightness
- Particularly suitable for high-risk patients, e.g. people with heart disease and asthma, but also for athletes and healthy people who move at great
- Accurate result in a few seconds
- Dimensions: 61 × 36 × 32 mm
- Weight: 57 g
- Sensor: red light (660 nm wavelength), infrared light (905 nm wavelength) and silicon diode
- Battery status indicator
- 5 years warranty
- Range (display 1): 0 - 100% SpOh2
- Range (display 2): 0 - 254 beats per minute
- Accuracy (Figure 1): 70 - 100% SpOh2 , ± 2%.
- Accuracy (Figure 2): Heart rate 30 - 250 bpm, ± 2 beats per minute.
- Min. fraction/min. Reading (Figure 1): 1%
- Min. fraction/min. Reading (Figure 2): 1 bpm
- BEURER PO 30 pulse oximeter
- Battery 2× AAA 1.5 V
- Neck strap
- Belt pouch
Prolonged use of the pulse oximeter may cause pain in persons with circulatory disorders. Therefore, do not use the pulse oximeter on one finger for more than about 2 hours.
Do not use the pulse oximeter on one finger for more than 2 hours:
If you are allergic to rubber products
- The device or the finger to be measured is wet
- In infants or young children
- During an MRI or CT scan
- During blood pressure measurements on the arm with a cuff
- On painted, soiled or bandaged fingers
- On fingers with large nail thickness that cannot be inserted into the device without force (nail tip: approx. width > 20 mm, thickness > 15 mm)
- On fingers with anatomical changes, swellings, scars or burns
- On fingers with insufficient thickness and width, such as in young children (width approx. < 10 mm, thickness < 5 mm)
- In patients who are restless at the application site (e.g., tremor)
- In the vicinity of flammable or explosive gas mixtures