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Dr Diaz Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

Dr. Diaz Dual Colour OLED Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is a small, lightweight device used to monitor the amount of oxygen carried in the body.

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Dr Diaz Pulse Oximeter is a very useful device to determine oxygen saturation (SpO2 ) of a patient’s blood and pulse rate. This lightweight and compact dr Diaz pulse oximeter can be easily operated by inserting one fingertip into a photoelectric sensor for diagnosis of the pulse rate and oxygen level in your body. The results will appear on the LED display. It is useful for patients with Asthma, Acute Respiratory Infection, COPD, Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), and other conditions. The normal range for SpO2 is typically between 95% – 99% and the normal resting range for pulse rate is typically between 60-100 beats per minute. Fingertip pulse oximeter can be used by adults and pediatric patients in hospitals, hospital-type facilities, clinics, and homes.

  • Low power consumption.
  • Automatic power-off function.
  • SPO2 value display.
  • Low-voltage indicator.
  • Changeable Display Format or Brightness.

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Weight 150 kg
Dimensions 13 × 11 × 11 cm

Dr. Diaz


140 g

Product Type

Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

Display Type


Battery Type


Pulse Rate Measurement Range

30 to 250

Pulse Rate Resolution

1 Oxygen Saturation, 1 Pulse Rate


What is normal reading on pulse oximeter?

A normal level of oxygen is usually 95% or higher. Some people with chronic lung disease or sleep apnea can have normal levels around 90%. The “SpO2” reading on a pulse oximeter shows the percentage of oxygen in someone's blood. If your home SpO2 reading is lower than 95%, call your health care provider.
It shows two important readings: the pulse rate, recorded as beats per minute and the oxygen saturation of haemoglobin in arterial blood.
In situations where the patient's peripheral circulation is sluggish, such as in peripheral shutdown due to shock, or local hypothermia, the pulse oximeter may not be able to detect pulsatile movement. This may result in no readings or erroneous readings being produced.
Put the probe on your own finger and check it is working! Oximeters need a flow of blood through the finger to function. Some oximeters give an indication of the blood flow detected. In this oximeter there is a scale which is an indication of the blood flow.


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