Good morning, has anyone who is on oxygen therapy been given a pulse oximeter to monitor oxygen levels? Ed
Oxygen therapy & pulse oximetry - British Lung Foun...
my daughter got me a oximeter a few days ago,so still.learning about it,looks like it will help on 02 readings showing what levels you have from time to time.
Thanjs Brijix for your reply, Ed
I am not on oxygen but l do like to check my SATs.
I purchased a finger oximeter from Amazon about £20,
It reads your pulse and O2 levels.
They are very good.
Thanks Velvet55 for replying Ed
Hi, I'm not on oxygen but I have an oximeter that I use if I feel an infection coming on or if I have an exacerbation.
If you type in oximeters in the search bar you'll see posts of this subject as its been discussed before.
Take care 🌷
Thanks Jessy, why didn't I think of that? Doh! Ed
I wondered if the respiratory nurse issued a pulse oximeter when beginning oxygen therapy. Ed
Hi Ed, don't think they give them out on the NHS, but they are pretty cheap to buy online...............don't use it too much though, they can make you paranoid... lol!
Hi Ed, I think you have your answer 😄 I also bought all of mine on amazon, my old pal Rex bit the first one..the second one just stopped working, (yes Tam and MM I did try changing the batteries!😁) I have a new one now
I have heard of people who improved so much that they no longer needed oxygen..😊 huff xxx
I am not on O2 but do have a meter and they are great to confirm how well or not you are. It also shows pulse but cannot deal with an AF attack at all
Bought one on Ebay recently for £12.99 and it's very good.
Good morning. I have been using one that was given to me for Christmas several years ago Ed. I can always tell when my saturation dips below the safe zone by feel, but usually check on the "pulseox" as I call it, to see just where it is. Everyone should have one that has COPD.