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This is a Special Combo Offer and contains the below items:
1. Dr Odin Piston Compressor Nebulizer
2. Dr Odin Digital Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
3. Rossmax Peak Flow Meter
PISTON COMPRESSOR NEBULIZER DESCRIPTION
Piston Compressor Nebulizer Machine comes with strong working Air Flow. This newly designed compact nebulizer machine eliminates worry about a big, bulky machine that’s hard to manage, difficult to use, or too big to take with you.This is an essential nebulizing device for use at home as well as clinic.
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DIGITAL FINGERTIP PULSE OXIMETER DESCRIPTION
Digital finger tip non invasive pulse oximeter provide accurate measurement of functional oxygen saturation of arterial blood. It’s a very compact device with immense simplicity for effective use in home or clinical setting. Apart from monitoring of critical care patients it could be monitoring device for people with COPD or heart failure diagnosis.Instant Digital Fingertip Pulse oximeter provides quick and easy to read information on vital parameters of oxygen saturation and pulse rate. Its very useful for home monitoring of patients recovering from respiratory & heart problems. Ideal for field trips at high altitude or extreme sports situations.
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PEAK FLOW METER DESCRIPTION
The best way to keep your Asthma under control!
Amongst all the ailments a human body might have to face, asthma is the most common one. Having breathing issues and asthma is nothing uncommon these days, and given the amount of pollution we face on a daily basis, taking care of ourselves should be given utmost importance. But all odds aside, you might fail to prevent yourself from getting asthma, but what is totally under your control is keeping a check on it. The Peak Flow Meters is the best option for you to keep a check on your asthma. This device is an inexpensive, portable, handheld device for those with asthma. It is used to measure how well air moves out of the lungs. This measure is called a "peak expiratory flow," or "PEF." Keeping track of your PEF, is one way you can know if your symptoms of asthma are in control or worsening.
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