Pulse Oximetry (SpO2) Monitoring Solutions
Pulse oximeters are non-invasive devices used to measure a patient's blood-oxygen saturation level and pulse rate. Nonin Medical’s pulse oximeters and sensors provide proven accuracy in the widest range of patients, settings and conditions.
(Note: Nonin Medical does not support the use of third-party sensors or other accessories for use with Nonin oximeters. Pulse oximetry accuracy is dependent on oximeters and sensors that are designed, tested and clinically validated as a complete system. Additionally, Nonin’s Sensors meet or exceed the requirements of ISO 9919* and IEC 60601-1-2*.)
Clinically proven Nonin PureSAT® signal processing technology uses intelligent pulse-by-pulse filtering to provide precise pulse oximetry measurements — even in the presence of motion, low perfusion or other challenging conditions.
Together with Nonin’s PureSAT® signal processing technology, Nonin’s PureLight™ sensor technology provides proven consistent results, patient to patient and sensor to sensor — even at critical SpO2 levels.
- For spot checking by clinicians, patients, caregivers and consumers. Used for personal health and wellness, homecare, hospital, and clinics.
Handhelds with Sensors
- For spot checks or continuous monitoring; ideal for hospital, ambulatory, home or EMS.
Tabletops with Sensors
- For spot checks or continuous monitoring; ideal for hospitals, medical facilities, homecare and subacute settings.
Wristworns with Sensors
- Wireless, ideal for daily activity monitoring, 6MWT or overnight studies.
- Neonate, pediatric, adult; reusable and single-patient-use disposable varieties for Nonin handheld, tabletop and wristworn pulse oximeters.
- Wireless, internal, or external OEM pulse oximetry products for eHealth, Sleep, Telemetry, Homecare, Chronic Disease Management and other markets.
Pulse Oximetry Reporting Software
- Data software management that provides viewing, analysis, reporting and data storage for basic oximetry screening applications, including pre-screening for sleep studies and 6MWT.
*ISO 9919:2005, Medical electrical equipment – Particular requirements for the safety and essential performance of pulse oximeter equipment for medical use. IEC 60601-1-2, Medical Electrical Equipment - Part 1: General Requirements for Safety 2. Collateral Standard: Electromagnetic Compatibility - Requirements & Tests.