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Masimo SafetyNet Alert Oxygen Monitoring & Alert System

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Alexandra Moses - Medical Content Writer
Alexandra Moses
Medical Content Writer
James O'Loan - CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist
James O'Loan
CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist

What is Masimo SafetyNet Alert Oxygen Monitoring & Alert System? 

Masimo SafetyNet Alert Oxygen Monitoring & Alert System continuously monitors your blood oxygen level and pulse rate, even while you’re sleeping. Using clinically proven technology that’s trusted by doctors and hospitals, this device provides alerts to help wake you up in addition to notifying your loved ones if your oxygen level drops too low. This oxygen monitoring device is lightweight, easy-to-use and comfortable to wear, communicating wirelessly to the mobile app that’s compatible with both Android and iOS devices.

How to use this product

Always use the Masimo SafetyNet Alert Oxygen Monitoring & Alert System exactly as described in the patient information leaflet or as your doctor / Chemist4U pharmacist has told you. For information on how to use this device correctly, refer to the instructions included in the product box.

What is included with this product?

Along with the Masimo SafetyNet Alert Oxygen Monitoring & Alert System device, this product also includes: an international USB power adapter, 2 easy-to-apply, disposable sensors that provide freedom of movement (each sensor lasts up to 96 hours), a free downloadable app that displays data from the sensor and triggers low oxygen alarms and notifications, 12 replacement tapes to attach the sensor to your finger, a reusable Masimo Chip that attaches to the sensor, communicating data via Bluetooth® to the Home Medical Hub, and finally The Home Medical Hub that communicates the sensor data via Wi-Fi to the secure Masimo SafetyNet Alert Cloud. 

Why should you check your pulse?

Your pulse is your heart rate and it’s usually measured in beats per minute; a normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 bpm. Measuring your pulse can help you to track many different factors to ensure you and your heart are healthy. It can tell you if you are exercising at the right level for you, in addition to identifying if there are any problems with your heart. 

What is artery SPO2?

SPO2 is the amount of oxygen in your blood. It’s important that your body contains a certain level of oxygen in the blood in order to help it to function normally.  Oxygen is carried by a protein called haemoglobin which is found in the red blood cells. Your blood oxygen levels are measured by identifying how much oxygen the haemoglobin is carrying, which is called oxygen saturation. This is displayed as a percentage out of 100 and can be measured using a pulse oximeter. 

How does an oximeter measure your pulse and SPO2?

An oximeter uses a sensor that detects the flow of blood through the finger to give a reading of your pulse. The oximeter can also determine how much oxygen is within your blood to identify your blood oxygen levels. The oximeter is small, light and portable, so it’s suitable for home use, medical, sports and taking on the go.

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