BOXYM Smart Bluetooth 5.1 Fingertip Pulse Oximeter SpO2, HRV Heart-Rate Variability Meter Monitor Android/iOS App
Ships to UK and most other Countries.
Quickly and easily measure your Pulse and SpO2 rates with this handy portable tester, with a clear OLED display and long battery life you can have it ready to go at a moments notice. These Oximeter also connect via Bluetooth to your Android or iPhone device to record and track measurements. The display can be rotated, allowing you to easily read the measurements from any angle. The Oximeter is a medical device with non-invasive and continuous features for arterial SpO2 and PR detection. Being portable, it is able to measure SpO2 and PR values quickly and precisely. Ideal for spotting early signs of 'silent hypoxia'.
Suitable for health workers, fitness, mountain climbers, skiers, bikers, aviators or anyone needs measuring their SpO2 and Pulse Rate. In most cases normal oxygen level in the blood is between 95% and 100%. Should your oxygen levels drop to 93% or 94%, then you should seek medical advice. Readings of 90% or below mean that urgent medical treatment is required.
Main Features :
ACCURATE AND RELIABLE
Accurately measures your blood oxygen saturation levels (SpO2), pulse rate, pulse strength and pulse waveform and display them conveniently on a large OLED screen.
WARNINGS FOR ABNORMAL READINGS
The value on screen will flash when abnormal SpO2 or pulse rate is detected. Keep an eye on your SpO2 and PR.
FREE APP FOR ANDROID AND iOS
Use App at no additional cost. Record and store a reading up to 10 hours continuously. (ONLY records when APP is running) View real time data, graphic report and trends of blood oxygen saturation and heart rate.
EASY TO USE
Take a reading in an easy-to-use way, simply clip it on to your finger and turn it on at the press of a button. Finger probe with SMART Spring System accommodates a wide range of finger sizes.
|Size||58 x 32 x 34mm|
|Connection Method||Bluetooth 5.1|
|Batteries||2 x 1.5V AAA Batteries (Not Included)|
|Display Mode||HD Two-Color OLED Screen|
|Screen Size and Specification||1.3' QVFA, resolution 320*240 HD OLED|
|Use Environment||Operating Temperature: 5~40°C
Storage Temperature: -10~40°C
Ambient Humidity: 15% To 80% When Working; 10% To 80% Storage
Atmospheric Pressure: 86kpa~106kpa
|SpO2||Measurement range: 70~100%
Accuracy: ±2% (70%~99%), unspecified (<70%)
|Pulse Rate||Measurement range: 30~250 bpm Accuracy: ±1bpm|
|Perfusion Index (PI)||Measurement range: 0~30%
|Measurement Method||Non-Invasive, Continuous Detection Of Arterial Oxygen Saturation And Pulse Rate|
|Closed Mode||8 Seconds Without Operation, Automatic Shutdown|
|Pulse Rate||Measuring Range: 30BPM ~ 240BPM
Measurement Accuracy: ±1BPM Or ±1% Of The Measured Value (Larger Value)
|Power Consumption||Less Than 30mA|
|Package Includes:||1 x Boxym Bluetooth Smart Finger-Pulse Oximeter|
A little information about HRV
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is characterized by progressive, non-reversible air flow obstruction. Although the smoking is a leading factor in the development of COPD, other factors, such as environmental cannot be excluded. It is well established that in rehabilitation process next to smoking cessation, pharmacological treatment and oxygen therapy, the physical activity plays important role i.e. breathing dynamic mostly. The parameters of heart rate variability (HRV) have demonstrated strong utility in clinical practice and they honestly reflect the activity of autonomic nervous system (ANS). Furthermore, ANS is a good indicator of any disturbance of physiological or psychological homeostasis.
Data source: Pulse Oximeter with integrated HRV analysis (HRV.Ox)
Which Patterns Matter?
Monitoring your HRV can help you reach peak productivity, manage stress, and fine-tune your training regimen. A single nightly HRV reading can show you:
- A higher HRV score that reflects a rest day, cool bedroom, or “mindful” low/moderate intensity activities such as hiking or yoga
- A lower HRV score that results from dehydration, alcohol, late meal or exercise, illness, a high-intensity workout, acute stress, or a hot bedroom
What can you do to monitor HRV?
Monitoring your HRV can help you reach peak productivity, manage stress, and fine-tune your training regimen. A single nightly HRV reading can show you: A higher HRV score that reflects a rest day, cool bedroom, or “mindful” low/moderate intensity activities such as hiking or yoga A lower HRV score that results from dehydration, alcohol, late meal or exercise, illness, a high-intensity workout, acute stress, or a hot bedroom.