Pulse Oximeter, Fingertip A5

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A5 Finger Pulse Oximeter

Accurately measures SpO2 value and Pulse Rate value.

A new generation of buttonless A5 pulse oximeter can monitor blood oxygen and pulse rate at the same time, providing accurate and reliable blood oxygen values for sports people, plateau travel enthusiasts, middle-aged and elderly people and people who need oxygen therapy . Especially for people who like to run at night or just start exercising, blood oxygen monitoring is very important. Through the value of blood oxygen and pulse rate, you can grasp the physical condition during exercise in real time and adjust the amount of exercise in time.


- Dual Colour OLED display
- Auto Power-On
- Red-light Alerting
- Auto Switch-off
- Rotatable screen
- Low Perfusion working
- Soft Silica-Gel finger-cot
- Product requires 2 x AAA battery

Taking your reading

  • Squeeze to open and insert your finger until your fingertip touches the end. P ulse oximeter will turn ON and the display will light up.
  • It works best on the middle or index finger of either hand.
  • Keep your hand still and wait for 1 to 2 minutes until your pulse (bpm/PRbpm) is steady and your oxygen saturation (SpO2%) number has not changed for 5 seconds or more.
  • If your numbers are not steady, try a different finger.

Your Results

The maximum oxygen level is 100%, most people run at 97-98%, and lower levels indicate that you have less oxygen circulating in your blood. Your care team will advise you what pulse oximetry levels are acceptable for you. Generally, an oxygen level of 93% or greater is acceptable. If your reading is less than 93% contact your care team.

If your reading is lower by more than 3% from the previous day try a different finger to check the accuracy. If that reading is the same, contact your care team:

• Ensure that you are sitting and resting in a comfortable position. Loosen any tight clothing. Let someone in your home know that your oxygen level is lower.

• If you have been instructed to use your oxygen, to take any medications or to perform any breathing exercises, do that now.

• If you are very short of breath, feel dizzy, have chest pain or feel very unwell, call 111.

Source: https://medplus.co.nz/news/entry/using-pulse-oximeter-home/

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