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The PC-60B5 Digital Fingertip Pulse Oximeter quickly, easily and accurately measures SpO2 (percentage of oxygen saturation in the blood) and Pulse Rate. Specifically manufactured to be lightweight and portable, the PC-60B5 pulse oximeter can be used anytime and anywhere to spot check your oxygen saturation and pulse rate readings.
Pulse Oximeters are used by a wide variety of individuals for many different reasons.
You may have noticed that pulse oximeters are used throughout the community during visits to the doctor or dentist. These devices are easy-to-use and the perfect tool to "spot check" a pulse rate or oxygen saturation level.
PR (Pulse Rate)
The pulse rate is a person's heart as it is felt in various places throughout the body. In a normal adult the pulse rate while resting is between 60 and 100 beats per minute.
SpO2 (Pulse Oxygen Saturation)
Oxygen saturation is a measure of how much oxygen the blood is carrying as a percentage of the maximum it could carry. Measuring saturated hemoglobin is a useful screening tool for determining basic respiratory function. Normal oxygen saturation values are 97% to 99% in a healthy individual.
PI% (Perfusion Index %)
Perfusion index is an indication of the pulse strength at the sensor site. The PI's values range from 0.2% for very weak pulse to 20%.
Quest Pulse Oximeter, Lanyard, Carrying Pouch, Two (2) AAA Batteries, User Manual
Display: OLED (organic light-emitting diode)
Power: Two AAA alkaline batteries
Battery Life: 30 continuous hours of operation
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Bought as a gift for my father in law who loved it. Seems very accurate and easy to use.Published 14 days ago by L. Williams
I was really pleased with it and it was actually a lot better than I thought it would be ...I did try it along side a pulse ox at the hospital and it was registering the same... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Cheryl Burtt
I am a community nurse and also use this at home. Easy and seems as accurate as some higher cost professional models I have used.Published 22 days ago by Suzanne C. Boyd
Readings match what the dr. office machine shows and it's nice to use on the treadmill to give a heart rate. Works for that even when walking very briskly. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Stickman
I bought this meter for mom after her hospital stay. Because she is diabetic, the circulation in her fingers is degraded, and sometimes takes several minutes to register a reading,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by john.allmond
GOT IT FOR MY FATHER-IN-LAW ... FOUND MY BLOOD O2 WAS LOWER THAN HIS!!!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This oximeter didn't give me readings even close to the ones in 2 different doctors offices, so I returned it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dustman
I have big hands and fingers. I found placing the Pulse Oximeter on my little finger, pointing toward the palm, made it easier to use and read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by GeneP