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Nonin GO2 Achieve Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, Green Model N-7073-G


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Brand Name Nonin
Color Name Green
EAN 0833166001556
Is Recalled N
Item Weight 0.08 pounds
Part Number 2700902
UPC 833166001556

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Product Features

  • Made in the USA!
  • 2 Year Warranty
  • GO2 Achieve is available in 3 colors, blue, green and orange. A lanyard and carrying case are available separately.
  • For personal home use, not warranted for use in clinical settings.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B002DIQPZG
  • Item model number: GO2 A Green
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,622 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Product Description

Nonin Medical, a US company and the inventor of fingertip pulse oximetry, is proud to offer the GO2 line of products. The affordable GO2 line provides reliable oxygen saturation and heart rate values without compromising accuracy. The GO2 Achieve is for anyone who is interested in knowing their oxygen saturation and heart rate. Applications would be for use during exercise or daily activities, during air travel for the passenger or pilot, and for extreme sports such as mountain climbing. GO2 Achieve is not a medical device and does not require a prescription from your medical professional. Comes with 2 year warranty, 1 AAA battery and users guide.

Customer Reviews

This cheaper model actually works better for her than the spendy one.
Georgia Hunter
This little device was recommended to my by a Respiratory Therapist for our home use.
David Frackelton
I have compared my readings with other oximeters and this one is accurate.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Rodney L. Petry on October 30, 2009
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I work in a world renowned hospital. I purchased this pulse oximiter to carry when I do rounds in step down units. This unit would be much less troublesome than hooking patients up to hospital monitoring equipment. This first day I got delivery, I took it to work with me. I was deeply disappointed in the accuracy of the unit. The Nonin pulse oximiter registered a SpO2 of 82, so I hooked the patient up to the hospital monitor, it read 97. I tried it on a total of fifteen patients with the same sad results. If I had not already written my name on it with magic marker, I would be returning it for a refund.

I was contacted by a representative from the Nonin Corporation. We reviewed the problems that I was having with this pulse oximiter and I was asked to return the GO2 to Nonin. The Nonin Corporation fixed the problem I was having and now I am an extremely happy customer. It's nice to work with a company that is truly professional.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 30, 2010
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I got this oximeter to use at work, so I don't have to keep chasing after the one big oximeter that we all in the therapy department have to share and that doesn't work some times. I have a coworker that has the more expensive Nonin oximeter, this one is as accurate and only takes 1-2secs more than its "bigger brother" to read. Now, like with any portable oximeter, you got to make sure that the patient's finger is not too cold to get a good reading. I have compared my readings with other oximeters and this one is accurate. Overall, I'm very happy with it.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Schmidt VINE VOICE on March 28, 2010
Nonin GO2 Achieve Oximeter

My father was recently admitted to the hospital with a pulmonary embolism. His oxygen levels were dangerously low and we knew that when he was released from the hospital he would be on oxygen for a while. I bought this oximeter so that we could easily track his oxygen levels at home.

First, and most important, this oximeter is very accurate. We compared its reading to the large unit they used at the hospital and it was always within 1 point of the hospital's reading. After the hospital, my father was in an nursing facility for a month while his lung healed. The entire time we were able to use our oximeter and again it was always within 1 point of the nursing unit readouts. Now he is at home and we have total confidence in this oximeter.

This device is so easy to use. There is no off/on switch, you simply put it on your finger and it takes a reading in about 5 seconds. When you take it off your finger, it automatically turns off. Although a reading appears quickly, it is best to wait 30-60 seconds to let the reading settle down so it is more accurate.

The oxygen saturation reading is in large digits. Below that is your heart rate, in smaller font size. For those of us who need reading glasses, it would be better if Nonin made the pulse rate the same size as the oxygen reading. :) However, it is very handy that both the saturation and heart rate are available on one screen. I didn't realize it when I was researching oximeters, but it ends up that if you need to track oxygen saturation for medical reasons, you typically also need to track the patient's heart rate. It worked out great that this device has both.

An additional great feature is that the LCD display is backlit.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Skip on September 3, 2010
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Either I received a defective unit, or it's a representative of the entire line is not clear (especially when I purchased this unit after reading so many glowing reviews of its accuracy), but it was not for me. I purchased this unit to monitor the spO2 level of my daughter who frequently goes into respiratory distress--more for follow-up to see if she has recovered her full lung use after an episode. I first tested on everybody in the family. The highest reading I ever got was 98%, even when I tried to hyperventilate to increase the spO2. It was same with my daughter.. when she was well, it registered 98%. Not a good sign (at best it already has a 2-pt offset). the number did go down when I held my breath for a very long time, so it definitely does detect spO2 levels.

However, during the most recent respiratory episode, I measured my daughter's spO2 using the GO2 Achieve and compared to the one used at the doctor's office.. when the doctor's unit measured me at 100% and my daughter at 95%, the GO2 read 98% and 97%, respectively. When it cannot even distinguish a 5% difference in the spO2 level, it is completely unreliable for my needs. If there was a consistent 2pt offset (like reading 98% and 93% when it should have read 100% and 95%) I would have been happy. But that was not the case. When it couldn't even detect the same level of spO2 spread, it was just way too inaccurate to be useful.

It may be good for a casual user who isn't medically reliant on the readout, but not to monitor anyone with potentially serious consequences of not being able to detect within a 4-5pt inaccuracy. (yes. the manufacturer states +/-2pt accuracy, but typically you would expect it would consistently read 2pt high or 2pt low...
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Loren Crow on November 8, 2009
load the AAA battery that comes with it. Put your finger in it an get your readings. No on or off buttons. Just gives reading with finger in and turns off by itself. Large letters which were easy to read. Did not try reading it in bright direct sunlight but expect it will be same as any LCD screen. Family member I bought it for is on oxygen. Readings changed when he was on and off the oxygen and the readings were the same as a professional unit we compared it against.

For mountain climbers, the accompanying instructions for use say that this model is only accurate up to 14,000 feet. Did see that some of their other models are good to beyond Everest and those models are recommended for high altitude mountain climbing.

The rest of the family had fun checking their oxygen saturation too while holding their breath or exercising heavily, which was fun amusement for an hour
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