Handheld Pulse Oximeter – Cabled

Handheld Pulse Oximeter – Cabled

Non-invasive, fast and accurate SpO2 measurement

The medical grade pulse oximeter provides non-invasive, fast, accurate measurement of a patient’s blood oxygen saturation level (SpO2) and pulse rate (PR).

Special product design makes this medical device more durable and more suitable for hospital use.

This cabled pulse oximeter automatically synchronises with the ProEX Telehealth Hub to bring all medical data across for archiving against the patient record.

Handled Pulse Oximeter

 

Portable, reliable and durable medical grade pulse oximeter.

Pulse oximetry is a convenient, safe, non-invasive way of measuring a patient’s blood oxygen levels or saturation (SpO2) and a critical vital signs measurement to determine a patient’s wellness. Pulse oximeters provide real-time indications to help doctors and nurses catch the change of patients’ vital signs on time.

Designed to be robust and compact, this handheld fingertip pulse oximeter is perfectly suited for both clinical environments such as GP surgeries, clinics, dental surgeries, ambulances and hospital use.

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Handheld Pulse Oximeter – Cabled Product Details

Specifications Features & Benefits Certifications & Standards
Display2.8in / colour TFT
Application rangeAdult, Adolescent and Paediatric/infant
Dimensions126 (L) × 60 (W) × 30 (H) ±3mm
Weight195g (excluding batteries)
Power3 x AA alkaline batteries/Ni-MH batteries or adapter
Power consumptionLess than 40mA
Display modeAudio and visual alarm, information
ParametersSpO2, PR, PI, pulse bar, waveform
Data interfaceUSB 2.0
Operation temperature0°C - 40°C
SpO2 measurement range70% - 100%
PR measurement range30 - 250bpm
PI measurement range0.1% - 20%
  • High resolution 2.8” TFT screen, displays SpO2, PR, PI, waveform and pulse bar
  • Adjustable audible and visual alarms
  • Battery level indicator
  • 127 ID setup; 72-hour data storage and review
  • USB based data transmission
  • Muti-language (Menu): English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese,
  • Russian and Chinese
  • Probes for infant and paediatric use available as optional accessories

Australian TGA

IEC 60601-1-2:2014, ISO 10993-5, ISO 10993-11 and follows the provisions of the Council Directive MDD 93/42/EEC

Testimonials

What our Visionflex equipment means, is the patient can be seen…The technology allows the nurse or health worker to look inside someone’s throat. We can listen to heart and lung sounds, and the doctor on the other end can see and hear what’s going on. This will transform a lot of the work we do across telehealth.
Telemedicine with the GEIS® camera, provides comfort and support to both the person providing first aid and the patient, by having the visuals and the feeling of a ‘doctor/medic in the room’, rather than relying on telephone. The higher resolution close-up views from the GEIS® cameras are very helpful to our [remote] clinicians.
Using the telehealth system allows us to interact with both patient and a remote specialist at the time of the consult. This allows us to ask questions or seek more specific information both from our perspective and the patients’, allowing a better experience and potential treatments.
We’re more than happy. Instead of having to describe a wound or rash the doctors can clearly see the issue and make a decision to send the patient to the hospital or just keep an eye on it. Reducing transports saves time and money and improves security to the community.
The team have been very accommodating ensuring their tech works with our systems and giving up their time to come out and train the team. We couldn't be happier with the whole experience.
Our doctors provide support for expeditioners on Australian Antarctic stations and on ships plying the Southern Ocean. I selected the ProEX Telehealth Hub from Visionflex because it represents the cutting edge in remote imaging technology
All of my older camera equipment now connect to the ProEX hubs in each of my rooms providing me with excellent quality images. I would recommend the team to anyone considering upgrading their camera technology or archiving systems
I first worked with Mike and Visionflex products when I was working with the First Aid Antarctic Division, for the Polar Medicine Unit. Any case that I saw in Antarctica, I would use the Visionflex devices to take patient pictures, or I would use it to record visits so that if I needed to get additional help back from Australia, I could.

Our Clients

Our customers are as diverse as their geographies. From government to private practice. From the Australian Outback to Antarctica. It doesn’t get much more remote than that!

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