Featuring Nonin PureSAT® SpO2 technology, the WristOx2 3150 USB delivers fast, accurate oxygen saturation and pulse rate readings in challenging conditions, including low perfusion and motion. The WristOx2 3150 USB is compatible with a wide range of Nonin PureLight® sensors and provides continuous, reliable SpO2 monitoring and data recording. Applications include overnight oximetry studies at home, in the hospital, and in sleep labs.
Available when used with Nonin nVISION® data management software
Advanced features such as 6 Minute Walk Test (6MWT) or overnight oximetry reporting available
For overnight sleep apnea screening or oxygen qualification screening directed by a clinician
Versatility & Ease to Use
Ideal for applications where small, portable oximetry is needed and Bluetooth® connectivity is not essential
Small size wears like a watch, with large display screen and enhanced sensor connector design
1,080 hours of non-volatile memory at a four-second sampling rate with additional high resolution variable sampling options of one or two seconds
Pulse-by-pulse averaging algorithm that is able to adjust with the patient’s condition for precision accuracy.
Memory Volume Indicator (MVI) Mode provides a graphic display in hours and minutes, verifying that a sufficient amount of data has been recorded during oxygen qualification testing
Secure Data Transfer
Data can be transferred securely to nVISION® via USB connection
WristOx2 sensors are designed exclusively for use with WristOx2 3150 oximeters
Long Battery Life
Operates for 48 hours on two AAA batteries
Dependable design and construction, backed by an industry leading 3-year warranty
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Managing Oral Appliance Therapy during Treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Overnight pulse oximetry monitoring is essential in pre-confirming the effectiveness of oral appliance therapy (OAT) for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) treatment. A pulse oximeter monitors a patient’s heart rate and blood oxygen saturation in arterial blood. Overnight pulse oximetry has been shown to be an effective sleep screening tool used to evaluate the response to OAT.