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WIRELESS PULSE OXIMETER INFORMATION

Key benefits of a wireless Bluetooth pulse oximeter:

  • Portability - Wireless Bluetooth pulse oximeters are very small in size, lightweight, attach to the finger. Unlike tabletop and hand held pulse oximeters there is no long cable to be caught or tangled during use.

  • Memory/Recording - Wireless pulse oximeters with required recording app have the ability to record and/or stream O2 and heart rate data. The Nonin Connect, Masimo MightySat and the EverSleep 2 have the ability to stream data to an app that records O2 and heart rate data. The Aulisa GA1000-A and GA1000-P wireless oximeters do not record data.

  • Continuous Monitoring - Wireless pulse oximeters can be used as a continuous (more than 1 hour) monitoring device. The Aulisa GA1000-A and GA1000-P were designed for continuous monitoring and have the ability to alarm if the oxygen level or heart rate level is outside of pre-set limits.

  • Pediatric to Adult - The Aulisa wrist oximeters come in Adult GA1000-A and Pediatric GA1000-P versions. Wireless finger and wrist oximeters are designed for adult use.

Wireless pulse oximeter limitations:

  • Alarms - The Aulisa GA1000-A and GA1000-P are the only alarming wireless oximeters we sell if the alarm option is required. All other wireless pulse oximeters do not alarm.

  • Bluetooth Range - Wireless pulse oximeters do not have unlimited range. To work effectively the wireless oximeter must be in Bluetooth range of the device they are communicating with. EverSleep 2 does store data for up to an hour if the user leaves the Bluetooth range of the device it is streaming to.

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