The 100Plus Pulse Oximeter is a cellular-connected device that measures oxygen saturation in the bloodstream and sends real-time, reliable data to a patient’s provider and care team. This remote monitoring device allows practitioners to remotely monitor patients by delivering fast and accurate pulse and blood oxygen measurements. Patient readings are automatically sent to your practice and are available in a practitioner-centric portal, so you can provide better care for your patients between visits.
When a patient receives a 100Plus Pulse Oximeter, it’s fully configured and ready to use right out of the box — no smartphone, app, Bluetooth, or WiFi required.
Deliver a dramatically higher level of care to your patients by unlocking the value of remote patient monitoring.
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Pulse oximetry is commonly used for patients with cystic fibrosis as it allows physicians to monitor for signs of hyperoxia, or lack of sufficient blood oxygen supply.
Low blood oxygen levels are a key symptom of COVID-19 and can serve as an early detection mechanism. The 100Plus Pulse Oximeter helps providers monitor patients’ ongoing blood oxygen levels and streams it directly into the 100Plus Provider Portal where clinicians can access COVID-19 symptom data. When the patient’s reading is below the normal range, indicating hypoxemia, the provider will be alerted immediately, enabling earlier intervention and treatment.
Asthma affects a patient's ability to breathe and therefore, the amount of oxygen reaching the rest of their body. Using a pulse oximeter regularly can help providers measure blood oxygen levels, assess asthma severity, and make more informed treatment decisions.
Pulse oximetry can help detect low oxygen levels for patients with pneumonia before symptoms worsen, enabling physicians to adjust the patient’s care plan and mitigate any potential issues.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Pulse oximetry can be helpful for remotely monitoring patients with COPD. Using a pulse oximeter to monitor patients blood oxygen levels can help providers monitor COPD severity and treat it accordingly.
Emphysema, Bronchitis, and Bronchiectasis
The use of pulse oximetry may be beneficial for patients suffering from any of these conditions as it can help determine and ensure safe oxygenation levels.
Acute Heart Failure
A pulse oximeter can help providers establish baseline oxygen saturation and monitor changes in blood oxygen levels for patients suffering from acute heart failure. It is also effective for measuring the patient’s response to treatment, as it allows practitioners to quickly intervene or make changes to the patient’s care plan, lowering the risk for complications or higher escalations of care.