The H100B Pulse Oximeter provides a simple universal tool for patient monitoring, from spot checks to continuous monitoring. All monitoring data can be transferred to PC for storage, management, review and printing.
The H100B Pulse Oximeter is a handheld instrument for universal patient monitoring of blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate. The external probe sensor tests vital activity measurements in two modes, including the routine spot-checking and continuous monitoring modes that accommodate different requirements of the patient. Measurements update in real-time on the numeric interface with a plethysmograph display. The device’s user-friendly input controls are used for configuration adjustments and monitor operations.
A pulse tone indicator, graph animation, and adjustable alarms are also built-in to the meter to aid in testing. One set of four AA batteries will power the device for up to 48 hours of standard usage. The auto shut-down power saving feature turns the oxygen meter off after a short duration without detection of user input. Software integration with the compatible PC application allows individuals to transfer data to a computer for storage, management, review, and printing. The device’s storage holds up to 300 hours of recordings.