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a measuring instrument that measures the oxygen in arterial blood

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It has a pulse oximeter feature and many other health monitoring metrics.
It has disclosed that it has developed the two way display pulse oximeter to assess blood oxygen saturation and pulse pace.
To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from the sales of cerebral and tissue oximeters, including sensors, monitors, and software.
Numerous studies have determined the accuracy of various pulse oximeter models, with literature reviews and meta-analyses concluding most devices have acceptable levels of agreement with arterial oxygen saturation levels in nonhypotensive patients (Giuliano & Higgins, 2005; Jensen, Onyskiw, & Prasad, 1998; Keogh & Kopotic, 2005; Nitzan, Romem, & Koppe, 2014; Soubani, 2001).
US-based monitoring technologies provider Masimo (NASDAQ: MASI) has renewed a USD 1m performance guarantee that its Masimo SET Pulse Oximetry will outperform all Nellcor (part of Covidien and now Medtronic) pulse oximeters, the company said on Monday.
However, until now no fingertip pulse oximeter has been available with Masimo SET(R) Measure-through Motion and Low Perfusion(TM) pulse oximetry -- the same technology used on more than 100 million patients a year in leading hospitals worldwide.
We assumed that if we put the oximeter on and used the upper alarm limits to keep the saturations from going too high, we could ensure that the patients did not have Pa02 > 90 mmHg.
At the World Congress of Anaesthesiologists[R] in 2004, the WFSA resolved to provide a pulse oximeter for every patient undergoing anaesthesia, thus making an important step to address the lack of appropriate monitoring.
The Oxyview Pulse Oximeter is a device to check patient blood-oxygen saturation (Sp02) level and pulse rate.
Breathe Easy Newcastle raised pounds 3,000 to buy modern oximeter machines for the Royal Victoria Infirmary, in Newcastle.
This is the case with the pulse oximeter, a handy clinical device introduced in the late 1980s that facilitates rapid assessment of oxygenation status of a patient without have to break the skin and/or analyze whole blood.
Working to develop a tabletop pulse oximeter, GE Healthcare engineers developed the TruSat pulse oximeter--a new product designed to be more durable and easier to use than similar products currently on the market.
A pulse oximeter is a two-wavelength photometer that determines arterial S[O.
The five Walsgrave Hospital porters raised pounds 1,800 to pay for a pulse oximeter - equipment which regulates the breathing of new-born babies at the special care baby unit.