Unimed is pleased to introduce the newest addition to its line of sensors, the SpO2 sensor – a non-invasive probe used to measure oxygen in the blood. This new product offers a range of features that make it easier to take accurate and reliable measurements of your patient’s oxygen levels.
What are SpO2 sensors?
A SpO2 sensor is a device that measures the oxygen saturation of a person’s blood. The oxygen saturation of the blood measures how much oxygen is bound to hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen. The normal range for oxygen saturation is 95-100%.
Oxygen saturation (SpO2) measures the amount of oxygen in your blood. It’s usually expressed as a percentage. For example, spO2 sensors measure how much oxygen is in your blood and can be used to monitor your health.
SpO2 sensors are used in many different medical devices, including pulse oximeters, which are used to measure oxygen levels in patients who are ill or have respiratory problems. SpO2 sensors can also be built into devices that people wear, such as fitness trackers so that they can track their oxygen levels over time.
Why are better oxygen levels important?
When it comes to our health, we often take oxygen for granted. But the truth is oxygen is essential for our survival. Every cell in our body needs oxygen to function properly.
That’s why better oxygen levels are so important. When our oxygen levels are low, it can lead to a host of health problems. For example, oxygen deprivation can cause fatigue, shortness of breath, and even heart failure.
That’s why Unimed‘s new sensor is so important. It’s designed to measure oxygen levels in the blood, so you can be sure you’re getting the oxygen you need. With this sensor, you can avoid the health problems associated with low oxygen levels and live a healthier, happier life.
Unimed’s new sensor is a breakthrough in the medical field. With this new technology, Unimed is helping to improve the quality of healthcare for everyone. If you need further information about SpO2 sensors or other patient monitoring products, please visit Unimed’s website!