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Learn More About CMI Health Handheld Handheld Oximetry Devices

Handheld Pulse Oximeters designed to make at-home health monitoring fit your lifestyle | CMI Health

  • 03 August, 2022
  • Dallas Akins

Pulse Oximeters are designed to monitor and measure an individual's SpO2, Pulse Rate, and Perfusion IndexMeasuring and tracking this health data allows users to assess and make informed decisions related to their health when it matters most. This is especially important for those with chronic respiratory conditions or sleep disorders.

Our Pulse Oximeters are portable and versatile, allowing them to be used on the go, at home, or in a professional medical setting. These devices also feature an adjustable alarm that immediately alerts users to any critical change in health conditions allowing swift action to be taken. 

Additionally, our Pulse Oximeters can store up to 384 Hours (16 days) of user health data. We also offer a wide variety of device-compatible sensors (sold separately) that enable the oximeter to be used for continuous monitoring, or spot-checking across three different age groups: Infant, Pediatric, and Adult.

Here you can determine which sensor is best suitable for your specific needs.

Our Pulse Oximeters are built with portability and usability in mind so that monitoring and recording blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate is never a chore.  

For more information or to shop our PC-66 Series of Pulse Oximeters, click here!

CMI Health - Frequently Asked Questions - Handheld Oximeters

 

 

What Sensor Is Right For Me?

CMI Health has sensors for continuous monitoring and spot-checking for a wide range of ages. The sensor comparison chart will help you identify the sensor best suited for your unique needs – which can be found here. If you are still confused as to which sensor to purchase, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team at info@cmihealth.com. We are always happy to assist.

 

How Should I Properly Store My Device?

When not in use, always unplug the device and detach the sensor, keeping your finger sensor in a bag or covered box. We recommend storing it in a dry, cool place to keep your product protected and long-lasting.

 

How Does The Alarm Feature Work?

Both of our PC-66 Series Handheld Pulse Oximeters are equipped with the ability to sound an alarm if your reading drops below the threshold value. After 90 seconds, the device will override the mute function and sound the alarm if the user falls below their threshold values. You can manually set your own values in the device to better suit your needs and lifestyle. For how to set up the alarm, please watch this video.

 

How Can I Ensure I Get The Most Accurate Reading?

There are several factors that can affect the accuracy of your pulse oximeter. Please click here to learn more about how these factors affect your device’s performance.To ensure you get the most accurate readings, we suggest following these general guidelines:

  • Remove nail polish or artificial nails
  • Make sure there is no outside pressure on the arm or wrist- Limit your upper body movement
  • Avoid/remove excessive light from shining on or near the sensor
  • Make sure the sensor is securely and correctly placed on your fingertip

 

How Do I Share My Health Data With My Physician?

You can share medical reports with a physician through the Oximeter Data Manager desktop program. Once the data is uploaded to the application you can export the data as a report by going to the Data Review tab. Select Sp02 Continuous, then highlight the record you want to share, select the Chart tab, and select report.  You can print the report or save the report as a pdf, through the print options, to email the report to a physician. 

 

What Is Perfusion Index (PI)?

Perfusion Index, often abbreviated PI, is a measurement obtained from a pulse oximeter that is calculated as the ratio of pulsatile blood flow to the non-pulsatile blood in peripheral tissues. Simply put, it is the ratio of pulsing blood to non-pulsing blood. This measurement can be acquired non-invasively and is a good indicator of a user’s pulse strength.

Physician’s often used this measurement to gain a better understanding of the effects of a drug or treatment on a patient. It can also be used to gain insight into medicinal efficacy and track disease progressionRead more about Perfusion Index here.

To read more FAQs about our Pulse Oximeter Series, please click here

 

CMI Health is HIPAA Compliant

 

CMI Health is HIPPA Compliant 

We at CMI Health, Inc. understand the responsibility we have to ensure the security and privacy of our customers and your patients’ personally identifiable data. Our commitment to data security and privacy extends not only to our devices and service but also to our day-to-day business practices and operations. We care about your protection and security, especially regarding the sensitive information and data you share with us. CMI Health, Inc. uses HIPAA compliant cloud server. All personal health data is stored in the United States. 

Learn more about our HIPPA Compliance here!
 

Still have questions? Feel free to contact us at info@cmihealth.com or call us at 888-985-1125 (ext. 1).  

 

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