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ChoiceMMed MD300C63
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Brand: Choicemmed
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Product Code: .XMPO1
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MRP Rs. 7,000 Rs. 2,030 per unit
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OxyWatch Pulse Oximeter MD300C63 is a portable non-invasive monitor for measuring blood oxygen saturation level (SpO2) and heart rate at home, medical clinics (hospitals, emergency room, doctor's office), exercise and high-altitude activities. MD300C63 is speedy and can return a reading within five seconds. It has a finger chamber for adult fingers; however with care, the pulse ox can also be used for infants¹ and children¹. With its rugged design, MD300C63 has a rugged design making it suitable for frequent uses.

Normal oxygen saturation level range at sea level is between 96% and 99%. The number would be lower at high altitude as the oxygen is thinner.

The OxyWatch pulse oximeter has new innovations. The anti-skid surface prevents the finger from slipping while taking the measurement. The occlusion design gives a tighter fit and cuts down interference from external light yielding in overall better performance; the new software automatically compensates signal for attenuation resulting which gives better accuracy for patients with poor blood circulation perfusion. The new clip design improves readings by reducing the pressure on the finger, which in turn increases the blood circulation giving stronger signal. The shock-resistant case also helps to reduce damages if the unit is dropped accidentally.

Finger pulse oximeter MD300C63 gives accurate heart rate, blood oxygen saturation level and plethysmograph (or pleth in short). A pleth waveform gives an indication of the blood volume with each heart beat. It is useful in determining the general heart condition and blood perfusion level. A weak wave would show poor blood circulation.

MD300C63 shows data in six different directions making the data easier to read. The patient does not have to move his finger to read the display properly.

MD300C63 digital oximeter has a big bright OLED screen, which makes the measurement easy to read even in the dark or adverse conditions. MD300C63 comes in an integrated unit and yields accurate and reliable SpO2 results. The pulse bar also indicates the pulse strength for doing simple assessment.

To conserve the battery, the unit would shut off automatically after 8 seconds when not in use.

With the neck lanyard, MD300C63 can be carried around your neck while doing exercise or working in high altitude.


* Certifications: FDA(USA), PMDA(Japan), CMDCAS(Canada), CE
* Infants¹, children¹, and adults
* Display SpO2, pulse rate, Bar graph, Plethysmogram
* Dual color OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display
* Ten levels adjustable brightness
* Six display modes
* Pulse signal intensity
* 30 hours continuous use with alkaline batteries
*Low battery indicator
* Automatic power-off design
* 2 AAA Alkaline or rechareable batteries

Technical specifications:

* Weight: 33g without batteries
* Dimension: 55mm x 32mm x 37mm
* Display mode: Dual color OLED


* Measurement range: 70-100%
* Accuracy: 70%--100%, ±3%
* Resolution: ±1%

Pulse rate:

* Measurement range: 30-235 BPM
* Accuracy: 30-99: ±2 BPM; 100-235: ±2%
* Resolution: ±1 BPM
* Automatic power-off
* Low power indicator


* Operating Temperature: 5°C - 40°C
* Storage Temperature: -20°C - 55°C
* Operating Humidity: <80%°C, no condensation
* Storage Humidity: <93%°C, no condensation

For patients with small fingers, it is important to position the fingernail right under the LED light and to keep the finger still during the measurement.

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