The pulse oximetric channel allows you to expand the diagnostic capabilities of the spirometer by evaluating the following parameters:
- an indicator of arterial blood saturation with oxygen (SpO2) and heart rate (HR), which makes it possible to objectify the diagnosis of respiratory failure (DN1 - DN3).
- pulse fill index (IPP);
- photoplethysmograms (BCP).
Data processing is performed by the digital method of calculating the saturation (SpO2), which allows to reduce the number of artifacts in conditions of increased motor activity of the patient and with very weak signals.Data processing is performed by the digital method of calculating the saturation (SpO2), which allows to reduce the number of artifacts in conditions of increased motor activity of the patient and with very weak signals.
The pulse oximetry schedule is available both on the device screen and in the printed protocol.
|Saturation range (SpO2)||from 50 to 100%|
|Signal registration type||Translucent technology|
|Heart Rate Estimation Range||from 25 to 240 bpm|
|Pulse Filling Range||from 0 to 250 units|
|Estimated estimation error SpO2 80-100%||±2%|
|Estimated heart rate error||±3 bpm|
|Pulse waveform||is displayed|
|Duration of permanent work||During device operation|
|Sensor type||Soft finger cuff compatible with Nellcor (any sensors (adult / child / neonatal) compatible with the Nellcor standard can be used as sensors).|
The channel has protection against intense lighting, network interference and the coagulator.