Innovo Deluxe iP900AP Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
- ACCURATE AND RELIABLE – Consistently beat other pulse Innovo Deluxe iP900AP Fingertip Pulse Oximeter in terms of accuracy and reliability during clinical tests.
- PLETHYMOSGRAPH AND PERFUSION INDEX – Tells you if you are taking your SpO2 and Pulse Rate properly. No more second guessing if the readings are reliable or why the pulse oximeter is not giving you a reading.
- UPGRADED HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE – Improved with internal hardware and software upgrades that boost performance. The latest version of the iP900AP model features an auditory alarm (which can be muted for convenience) to warn you when your SpO2 and Pulse Rate are beyond set limits, auditory beeps for every detected pulse and adjustable display brightness.
- SPORT ENTHUSIASTS – Suitable for mountain climbers, skiers, bikers, aviators or anyone interested in measuring their SpO2 and pulse rate while on the move.You should only use the pulse oximeter before or after your exercise. Also, you must remain stationary while the pulse oximeter measure your pulse and SpO2
- READY TO USE OUT OF THE BOX – Include 2X AAA BATTERIES and a LANYARD for convenience.
Meet One of the World’s Most Advanced Pulse Oximeters
The oximeter that includes both Plethysmograph and Perfusion Index (PI) in one device. Determine the optimal time to take a reading. Eliminate second guessing if readings are accurate and reliable.
How does the Plethysmograph and PI help?
Plethysmograph – The SpO2 Waveform
Each wave corresponds to a heartbeat and the amplitude to the amount of blood detected in your blood vessels. When the wave amplitude is consistent (as shown in the figure), the pulse oximeter is optimized and readings can be taken.
The Perfusion Index (PI) informs you of the strength of your pulse. If the PI value is less than 0.2%, this means that your hands are either too cold or improperly positioned in the pulse oximeter. Simply warm your finger and reposition it so that it is right between the LED light and sensor. No more second guessing if the readings are reliable or why the pulse oximeter is not giving a reading.