Lanaform Pulse Oximeter
- Fingertip pulse oximeter measures pulse oxygen saturation (SpO2) and heart rate
- Perfect for monitoring conditions such as asthma, sleep apnoea and heart failure
- Small, light and transportable for use anywhere; read your levels before you feel a problem!
- Super clear OLED screen that rotates for easy reading
- Simple, quick and painless measurement that could be a life-saver
Monitor your health quickly and easily wherever you are with the Lanaform Pulse Oximeter
Pulse oximetry monitoring is now common place in managing respiratory health especially for those with COPD. The Lanaform Pulse Oximeter is a neat, portable device that was first used in health care settings and now it is available for all to monitor and measure their health easily at home.
What Is Pulse Oximetry Monitoring?
If you suffer from a condition that causes low blood oxygenation, going about your daily activities can be fraught with worry as you’re never sure whether you’re safe or not. If you’ve been in the hospital before, you’ve probably had a pulse oximeter attached to your finger at some point. These use red and infrared lights, shining them at your finger and measuring how much oxygen is able to pass through your blood.
This tells the machine how much oxygen is in your blood; if there’s plenty of it then more red light will pass through, whereas blood without enough oxygen will allow more infrared light through. Within seconds, your pulse and oxygen-saturation level are measured and displayed in the window.. Using one of these amazing gadgets, you can quickly and painlessly monitor whether you’re in need of more oxygen.
Do YOU Need a Pulse Oximeter?
The term 'oxygen saturation' refers to the percentage of oxygen in the haemoglobin of the blood in your arteries. A healthy person with no respiratory problems could have an oxygen saturation level running between 95 and 100 percent. People who suffer with COPD often have slightly lower levels, but ideally still in the 90s, at least during the resting phase.
Tracking oxygen saturation can be a useful tool for people with COPD, especially when supplemental oxygen is part of the treatment plan. Knowing your oxygen saturation can tell you when you need to use your oxygen and/or if it is working effectively.
As a health monitoring tool a pulse oxymeter is quick, easy and highly effective. However one of the best features about this oxymeter is that it can pick up low blood oxygen levels, (hypoxemia) even before you know you are having problems or displaying any symptoms. This is a really important feature and critical in telling you when to increase oxygen levels, use an inhaler or nebulizer.
A portable finger pulse oximeter like this one makes it really simple to take control of your health. It measures just 9.8 x 9cm and weighs 13g, so you can carry it with you wherever you go and free yourself of worries about your Sp02 levels. The Pulse Oximeter also measures your heartrate, making it a fantastic way to get a quick and accurate picture of your overall wellbeing.
Included in the box is a suspension cord and carry case, so it’s easy to transport safely or even wear around your neck. Just two AAA batteries will give you around 50 hours of use. You don’t need to worry about your oximeter unexpectedly running out of power, as it features a handy low battery indicator that will warn you when the batteries need to be changed soon. The OLED screen automatically rotates when you move your wrist, so that it’s easy to read whatever position you’re in. If your heart rate is abnormally high or low, the device flashes red and sounds an alarm so that you know as soon as possible that you need to take action.
Monitor your health, and manage your condition easily and effectively with the help of the Lanaform Pulse Oximeter.