The Rossmax SB200 Pulse Oximeter is designed to provide the user with an optimal, high-quality display of their pulse rate and saturation of oxyhaemoglobin.
What makes this device incomparable to your standard oximeter is that it's the world's first oximeter to check the condition of the artery. It achieves this with its embedded Artery Check Technology (ACT). Arteriosclerosis, cardiovascular disease and peripheral arterial disease (PAD) are all checked through the ACT. This technology uses the %SpO2 signals to determine the flexibility of the artery on the basis of the derived wave form. It uses this information to allocate a level to the user based on the artery condition, 1 being clear and 6 being critical and indicative of potential arteriosclerosis.
Covid patients commonly suffer from 'Silent Hypoxia'. This phenomenon is when a patient's blood oxygen level drops to a dangerously low level without the patient being aware of it. Low oxygen levels can damage organs as a result and can lead to the patient having to be put on a ventilator in hospital. The only way of knowing for sure that the patient is not in danger, is to regularly check the SpO2 levels using an oximeter.
Easily portable with an attached lanyard string, the SB200 has a functional design. The 2-colour, 2-way LED display provides a clear result without any ambient light interference due to the shield design. Biocompatibility protected – the SB200 provides instant %SpO2 and pulse rate readings, with the artery condition available in 1 minute. All this is alerted to the user through a visible and audible alarm.
This oximeter is sophisticated, attractive and displays information right at your fingertip.
Go to BBC for more information on the importance of monitoring pulse rate and SpO2 at home - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-55733527.