Pulse oximetry measures arterial blood oxygen saturation levels (SpO2%). This is accomplished by looking at the relative absorptions of red and infared lights. The differential absorptions correspond to the ratio of oxyhemoglobin deoxyhemoglobin Alexander, Teller and Gross, 1989). Pulse oximetry is the most common vital signs monitor and is used to pick up problems in anesthesia such as hypoventilation, airway obstructions and equipment related problems.

Pulse Oximeters

MouseOx® Plus Systems The MouseOx®Plus Pulse Oximeter provides real–time, continuous measurements of arterial --> Learn More
Accessories for MouseOx® Plus Multiplexers, Cables, and Power Supplies Please see main MouseOxPlus --> Learn More
Sensors and Clips - for MouseOx® Plus All sensors are for MouseOx®Plus. • CollarClip™ is a non-invasive clip for awake-behaving --> Learn More
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V1030 Hand Held Pulse Oximeter for Large Animals The V1030 Hand Held Pulse Oximeter is designed fro large animals and offers many features. --> Learn More
V3304 Pulse Oximeters with SAC Technology The tabletop V3304 Pulse Oximeter uses refined noise-reduction hardware (digital processing) and --> Learn More
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