Pulse Oximeters Offered by the Team at Infinium Medical

Pulse OximetersPulse oximeters are extremely helpful tools that have many different applications. Having the ability to closely monitor heart rate and blood oxygenation can be useful in everything from emergency situations to athletic training facilities. At Infinium Medical, we set out to design our pulse oximeters to be extremely easy to use, and our Infinium O2 SAT has exceeded our already high expectations. This intuitive system requires minimal training and will quickly and accurately provide the data that the user needs each and every time. Plus, due to the design of the system, these pulse oximeters are appropriate for use with adults, children, and even neonatal patients.

Our non-invasive pulse oximeter come standard with a number of different features that will benefit both the user and patient. For instance, this state-of-the-art tool has:

  • A large, attractive 2.8” color touch screen
  • Large font and waveform displays for simple review
  • Several display directions
  • The capability to show graphic and tabular trends
  • Adjustable brightness levels
  • Audio and visual alarms
  • SpO2 pulse-tone modulation capabilities
  • Extended battery life, lasting around nine hours on three AA alkaline batteries.

Another strong benefit to our pulse oximeters is that they allow for patient history data recall. This allows the user to monitor the patient’s vital signs with historical context. Plus, data can be transferred and stored on a PC using USB connection or Bluetooth connectivity. Weighing just 110 grams without the batteries, this small package is truly feature-rich.

To learn more about the pulse oximeters that we offer at Infinium Medical and how our Infinium O2 SAT may be able to meet your various vital signs monitoring needs, contact us today. We’ll be glad to assess your requirements and help you make the right choice for your facility. Additionally, we offer many other state-of-the-art patient monitors that can be used to track everything from capnography and EKG to non-invasive blood pressure and core body temperature.