Viatom Bluetooth Fingertip Pulse Oximeter & FREE App
- CE & FDA approved medical device accurately measures spo2 levels & heart rate
- Can be instrumental in determining whether treatments for chronic illnesses, such as, COPD, asthma or heart disease are effective
- Ergonomic design – automatically starts monitoring oxygen levels when placed upon the finger & stops when removed
- Displays results clearly on large OLED screen & has an alarm that sounds for abnormal readings
- Complete with Bluetooth technology – can be paired with smartphone to track your results using the FREE Oximeter monitor APP
- Small, sleek design can be popped in a pocket or bag for use in any setting, including at home, in a clinic or at the gym
Accurately measure spo2 levels and pulse rate with the Viatom Bluetooth Fingertip Pulse Oximeter.
The Viatom Bluetooth Fingertip Pulse Oximeter measures oxygen levels in the blood to determine how efficiently the body is transporting oxygen from the lungs to the cells. An oximeter is instrumental for those suffering from chronic illnesses, such as asthma, heart disease or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), as it will offer some indication as to whether the treatments prescribed are working. In addition, it may be used to monitor overall health and fitness.
This FDA approved medical device measures the spo2 (oxygen saturation) level in a matter of seconds and, additionally, displays heart rate. Ergonomically designed, it automatically starts measuring when placed upon the finger and powers down upon removal. Clearly displaying the result on its large OLED screen, it also has an alarm that sounds when any of the readings are abnormal. This makes monitoring oxygen saturation, pulse rate and profusion index (the rate of blood flow in the finger) incredibly easy, whether consistent or simply spot checking.
Complete with Bluetooth technology, this Fingertip Pulse Oximeter from Viatom can be paired with smartphones to track and analyse data in more detail using the free mobile APP. Precisely storing historical data pertaining to pulse rate and spo2 levels, it enables you to have an overall picture of health status over time. Simply search for "ViHealth" in the Apple Store or Google Play to download for free.
Even those who haven’t been diagnosed with chronic health conditions will benefit from measuring their spo2 level and pulse rate. It enables the individual to recognise when something is unusual and seek advice if necessary. It is also common for athletes and fitness enthusiasts to monitor these levels to ensure they are performing at the optimum level. The sleek, small design of this oximeter makes it ideal for wearing during a gym workout or training session. In addition, it is small enough to pop in a pocket or bag for use in any setting, including at home or in a clinic.
If you are experiencing shortness of breath, increased heart rate, weakness, nervousness, or outbreaks of sweating, it could mean that your blood oxygen level is low. Testing whether this is the cause of your symptoms will enable you to determine whether or not you should seek medical advice. However, even where there is no underlying health condition, there are also natural treatments, such as, exercise that could increase this. You can use the Viatom Bluetooth Fingertip Pulse Oximeter to monitor whether these natural solutions are working. Complete with 2 x AAA batteries included, it is ready to use right away.
Dr Ellie Cannon Explains the Importance of using a Pulse Oximeter
I don’t tend to lend medical equipment to friends and family. But this time I made an exception. I’m sure this device saved him from hospital admission – and it may even have saved his life.
Called a pulse oximeter or sats probe, it measures the amount of oxygen in the blood. GPs and hospitals use them all the time… With Covid-19 sweeping the nation, I think there should be one in every home because monitoring our blood oxygen can help catch this unpredictable illness before it turns deadly.
I’m not the only one who thinks so – last week experts at Cambridge University made the same plea. Professor Babak Javid, a consultant in infectious diseases, said the tool could help spot early warning signs of the virus, in the absence of face-to-face GP appointments.
|Recommended For||Asthma, Heart Disease or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and Monitoring Overall Health|
|Power||2 x AAA Batteries|