Patients with asthma can use pulse oximetry along with peak flow meters to assess the severity of asthma attacks/exacerbations and response to a treatment.1
Exercise and Activity
If you have a lung disease, daily exercise and activity such as walking is an important part of maintaining your health. A pulse oximeter can help you make sure you’re getting enough oxygen when you’re more active.2
Pursed Lip Breathing
In pulmonary rehabilitation, respiratory therapists often teach pursed lip breathing to help patients increase their blood oxygen levels. A pulse oximeter can help you measure the effectiveness of this breathing technique.3
Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
The Nonin GO2 finger pulse oximeter provides quick, accurate measurements to help people with COPD and other respiratory diseases manage and monitor their oxygen saturation and pulse rate. Compact, portable, and noninvasive, the GO2 lets patients monitor their SpO2 and pulse levels while exercising, walking, biking, at home, or during air travel.
NoninConnect™ Elite 3240
Wireless Fingertip Pulse Oximeter with Bluetooth® Low Energy
The NoninConnect Elite Finger Pulse Oximeter enables clinicians to view real-time patient SpO2 readings from up to 10m (32ft) away, and lets patients send SpO2 data through any compatible Apple® device, such as an iPhone or iPad. This can help patients and their care team proactively identify issues for early intervention—and avoid re-hospitalization.
#1 with Respiratory Therapists
More respiratory therapists (69%) use and trust Nonin finger pulse oximeters than any other brand. (RT Magazine survey, published January 2013)
Nonin PureSAT® technology provides reliable readings, especially when your oxygen level is dropping.
Durable and Dependable
The Nonin GO2 is tested to withstand at least 25 drops from 3 feet. Many other oximeters break after 2–4 drops. (Data on file)
Data Sharing Capability
NoninConnect allows patients and clinicians to send SpO2 history by email using a compatible Apple smartphone or tablet