The pulse oximeter is a small, clip-like device that attaches to a body part, like toes or an earlobe. It’s most commonly put on a finger, and it’s often used in a critical care setting like emergency rooms or hospitals. Some doctors, such as pulmonologists, may use it in office.
Benefits of Pulse Oximeter:
3. Heart attack or heart failure.
4. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease .
5. Monitor oxygen levels during or after surgical procedures that require sedation.
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Pulse Oximeter is a noninvasive and painless test that measures your oxygen saturation level, or the oxygen levels in your blood. It can rapidly detect even small changes in how efficiently oxygen is being carried to the extremities furthest from the heart, including the legs and the arms.