Monitor your health with the SHO-3002 pulse oximeter
SHO-3002 is a practical tool with reduced dimensions and low energy consumption.
The SHO-3002 pulse oximeter is able to monitor hemoglobin saturation and heart rate through the patient's finger, providing an immediate reading of the values on the display
Pulse oximetry can be practiced both by doctors and health professionals, and at home and not necessarily by specialized personnel. Based on the indicators obtained, it is possible to determine the need to contact the specialist or not to receive the most precise indications.
The purpose of pulse oximetry is to control how well the heart is pumping oxygen throughout the body.
The SHO-3002 model is considered a high precision instrument and guarantees safe repeatability.
The finger pulse oximeter (oximeter) is a non-invasive device designed to instantly measure the oxygen saturation of hemoglobin in the blood (SpO2) and heart rate (HR).
Medical authorities have identified that in the case of Covid-19 pneumonia the patient has a decrease in the percentage of Sp02. The consistency of oxyhemoglobin in the blood (HbO2) is a very important parameter for the respiratory circulation system.
Normal Sp02 levels are considered to be between 95% and 100%. If the Sp02 index is lower than 95% there is a reduced presence of oxygen in the blood and a potential cause for concern (hypoxemia).
Pulse oximeter SHO-3002
The pulse oximeter, used to evaluate the oxygen status of patients in a wide variety of clinical contexts, is a fundamental monitoring device for everyone. Its applications vary from case to case, for example, to assess whether someone needs help breathing, to assess how useful a ventilator is, or to monitor the effectiveness of oxygenation in the body.