I have been searching for something like this for a couple of years. My wife has a traumatic brain injury. She has focal seizures that consist of her facial muscles & eyes so they are not as noticeable as a grand mal seizure . We still get out a lot & travel 3+ hours for Dr. appointments. What I like about it is the bluetooth connection to my phone & the app & the alert if her oxygen drops as it does when she has a seizure. I don't have to take her patient monitor with us on trips anymore & the battery lasted the first 12 hour trip we took.
Seems to give accurate readings, easy to wear.
Easy to wear and keep at night, but a bit slow to show the spo2 and bpm
Very accurate and easy to use. Love the packaging. Thank you.
Its a very usefull unit if you like to check over night. It alarms you during sleep when your ox level is to deep when sleeping. You weak up and level rise. 😄
Necesito saber qué significa realmente el parámetro "caídas debajo de 4%"
I used the device last night in order to detect hypoxia when I pull my cpap Mask off during sleep. It alarmed twice, Both times my mask was off. I got 6 hours and 45 minutes of cpap time last night- A record for me.
It arrived early and worked really well with its an downloadable app. It is really handy as you can use it day or night which is what I was interested in. I think it is the best on the market as I had a good look around.
Nice piece of high tech equipment. Software is easy to get used to and pretty well instinctive. Cell phone has nice graphics.elastic finger strap could be designed a little better - tight fit on my index finger and loose fit on my pinky finger. All in all rates all 5 stars.
But how can I to get the app device?