Oxygen Analyzers & Monitors
Medical Oxygen Analyzers, also know as O2 Analyzers, use sensors that are created to monitor oxygen concentration in an individuals breathing environment. They are made for fast response, stable performance and maximum reliability. They are designed for spot checking oxygen levels delivered by respiratory care systems and medical equipment. They are lightweight, compact, have an extended battery life and are equipped with an "auto off" feature, which makes them an optimal portable oxygen analyzer. The Oxygen Analyzer medical device is easy to read and designed to help medical technicians accurately measure and analyze oxygen levels, oxygen purity, flow rate, and individual outlet pressure.
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Oxygen Analyzer Uses and Benefits
These analyzers are designed to measure respiration or production of oxygen on patients and residents. The analyzers allow medical professionals to check oxygen concentration, patient outlet pressure and flow rate. They automatically shut off when not in use and do not require in-field calibration. An analyzer can provide up to 16,000 readings, are easily operated by the push of two buttons and come with an easy-to-read digital display. Their precise accuracy allows medical professionals to be confident about reading patient oxygen levels.
Oxygen analyzers are ideal for individuals who require their oxygen intake to be regulated by products, such as the Oxygen Regulator CGA 870 by Drive Medical or the Oxygen Sensor Probe by Nellcor Puritan Bennett. Oxygen, like water and food, is a vital part of keeping our bodies healthy and functioning properly. Monitoring levels will allow you to "breath easy" on a daily basis.
Keeping track of oxygen levels is important to a patients overall health. Oxygen analyzers play a major role for caregivers who are treating individuals that rely on medical-respiratory equipment. Caregivers and medical facilities often used heavily on the accuracy of each oxygen analyzer, which makes choosing quality equipment extremely important.