Friday, March 28, 2014

Concord Talking Pulse Oximeter for the Visually Impaired Review

For any patient with chronic respiratory or cardiac issues, a pulse oximeter will be necessary to carefully monitor their heart rate and the oxygen saturation in their blood. The measurements taken by the oximeter is critical information, because it can help you or your doctor determine if your respiratory and circulatory system – your heart, lungs and blood – are cooperating. If you have been admitted into a hospital before, you may have noticed one of these clipped to your index finger, but this type of medical equipment does not have to be a package deal with IV tubes and beeping monitors.

The portable capability of the Concord Talking Pulse Oximeter for the Visually Impaired allows you to take the device anywhere, so you do not have to be stuck inside a sterile hospital room just to monitor your health on a daily basis. For extra portability, the pulse oximeter comes equipped with a neck lanyard and case to hook onto your belt loop. Made as one size fits all, it can also be used for both pediatric and adult purposes.

And as the name suggests, it is engineered to voice the patient’s blood oxygen saturation percentage and pulse measurements out loud for those who can’t see very well. For those who aren’t optically impaired, the device is also vision friendly with two display modes to show the LED screen to yourself and your caregiver simultaneously. The Concord Pulse Oximeter uses the most progressive technology to make your recovery and health a priority.

Other features of this product include:

  • Smart technology that allows the device to power off automatically when removed from the finger
  • A clear low battery indicator
  • A large, digital and dual colored OLED display
  • A battery life of up to 30 hours of uninterrupted operation