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Online Tutorial to Getting Pulse Oximeter

11th July 2011
Historically, oximeter units are employed only in hospitals but as technological innovation developed, there are also a great deal of transportable, battery operated oximeter gadgets for property. These newly produced products have the exact same performa... Read >
Author: Felipe Williams

SpO2 Now Is Measured With The Use Of A Pulse Oximeter

28th December 2010
A pulse oximeter is now a medical component and that is usually utilised in the hospital environment which generally serves so many really important tasks. Firstly, it generates a vital sign monitoring function for calibrating the person's SpO2. SpO2 is u... Read >
Author: jacob walters

Pulse Oximeter Usage by Athletes

15th November 2010
Athletes are known to push their body, physically to its limit. Sprinters desire to run faster, while swimmers desire to swimmer faster, and mountain climbers desire to climb to higher elevations. It is of the utmost importance from a physiological point ... Read >
Author: Pulse Oximeter

Family Pulse Oximeter Introduced by Landon Medical

24th June 2010
A pulse oximeter is an invaluable tool to utilize for family health. In a typical family you may find various kinds of illnesses including asthma, heart arrhythmia, or any other pulmonary or cardiac problems. A fantastic tool to monitor these conditions i... Read >
Author: Pulse Oximeter

The Fluke Biomedical Index 2 Optical Simulator

07th August 2009
What does a retailer of Finger Pulse Oximeters have to do with Fluke Biomedical? What does an Optical Simulator do? In this article, we will go behind the scenes with ClinicalGuard.com's Quality Assurance team and see how they help make sure that yo... Read >
Author: ClinicalGuard.com

A Brief History of Pulse Oximetry

28th January 2008
1850's Russian physiologist I.M. Sechenov developed a vacuum blood pump which was laterly used for research purpose. [8] 1864 Sir George Gabriel Stokes, 1st Baronet, an Irish physicist and mathematician, discovered the respiratory function of haemoglo... Read >
Author: ClinicalGuard.com

Effects of nail polish and acrylic nail on the results measured by pulse oximeter

28th January 2008
People use nail polish or nail varnish on the nails of fingers and/or toes for cosmetic purposes, or sometimes for the protection of their nails. Artificial nails, such as acrylic nails, serve the same purpose, and occasionally help people kick the bad ha... Read >
Author: ClinicalGuard.com
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