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SPO2 Monitoring

Bill S.
BillSchuller
Frisco, TX
Post #: 1
I'm using the CMS-50E (http://facelake.com/c...­) to (rarely) monitor blood oxygen and heart rate. The trouble is that like all SPO2 monitors I have been able to find, it's designed to work on a relatively motionless patient in a hospital bed in a dark room. I'd love to have something that could track this data throughout the day and gauge my physiological response to everyday activities including workouts.

I've heard rumors of an ear lobe sensor, but can't find anything that works with a reasonably priced, portable SPO2 monitor. Has anyone else?
John A.
user 9384273
Washington, DC
Post #: 1
I haven't bought one because of the same 'motion-less' requirement.

I guess we're still on the lookout for a non medical grade one (which probably means all we gotta do is cost reduce and test less!)



I'm using the CMS-50E (http://facelake.com/c...­) to (rarely) monitor blood oxygen and heart rate. The trouble is that like all SPO2 monitors I have been able to find, it's designed to work on a relatively motionless patient in a hospital bed in a dark room. I'd love to have something that could track this data throughout the day and gauge my physiological response to everyday activities including workouts.

I've heard rumors of an ear lobe sensor, but can't find anything that works with a reasonably priced, portable SPO2 monitor. Has anyone else?

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