Masimo iSpO2 Pulse Oximeter (30 Pin Connector with Small Sensor for Apple iOS Device)
- Uses hospital-grade Masimo SET pulse oximetry which measures oxygen saturation and pulse rate during movement and low blood flow to the finger
- Provides the following parameters: Oxygen Saturation (SpO2), Pulse Rate (PR), Perfusion Index (PI)
- Share up to 12 hours of measurement history via .csv file
- Portable, lightweight and comes with a carrying case
- Operates with Apple iOS (30 pin connector) devices
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Top Customer Reviews
Kirk Shelley MD, PhD
Professor of Anesthesiology
My interim battery life solution was to buy a 30 pin extender that also allows plugging in a mini USB connector from the side of the extender for charging the battery while using the 30 pin connector for the oximeter. This is a little bit clumsy but workable. Masimo literature says not to connect any charger while using the oximeter, but, according to technical support, this is only because of legal concern that somehow a user might get an electrical shock from a defective iPhone power supply sending 120v back into the iPhone and then out to the oximeter, where somehow the user might get shocked. Go figure! According to technical support, there is no risk of damage to the oximeter if a charger is connected to the iPhone while using the oximeter.
Sensitivity and repeatability are excellent, and I assume that accuracy is equivalent. On nights that I have used my CPAP, readings are consistently about 2% higher than on nights when I use my oral appliance, And this 2% difference correlates with how I feel in the morning. Now, the big question is, does this difference correlate to long-term differences in overall health.
Here are the positives. The unit has a longer cord than the iChoice (great for moving around and keeping the phone further away), the construction appears to be sturdier, and the one cable design (as opposed to iChoice 2 pieces fit together) makes for a more stable device. The software measures PI (which is an index of how good the reading is) and shows the wave form (which probably to most people means very little).Read more ›
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Great tool for healthcare providers. Will recommend without any reservation. Ideal to be used as part of Telehealth were the data is taken at home and the transferred directly to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by erick
I like everything about this oximeter except that it does not output all of the data it plots. I thought the price was too good to be true. Read morePublished 11 months ago by customer
The phrase "you pay for what you get" comes to mind. While it is expensive, it is certainly worth every cent. Read morePublished 17 months ago by TMP243
it did not work w. analog as it said when we ordered it.... it was returned.Published 17 months ago by ms2fdoc
This works very well with my iPod Touch! I have used it many times over the last year and a half. It keeps a history, or log, so you can review readings taken at previous time... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Science Guy
Easy to use, clearly shows pulse rate and oxygen levels and perfusion index, plus waveform display for heartbeats. Read morePublished 19 months ago by pae