Oxxiom For Sports and Aviation

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The world's first wireless, continuous, fully disposable, single-use pulse oximeter.

Now available for Sports and Aviation.

About Oxxiom

Oxxiom for Sports and Aviation consists of the Oxxiom pulse oximeter and the Oxxiom App for iOS devices (iPhone and iPad). Oxxiom is cordless, wireless, continuous, fully disposable, single-use, and integrates the functions of a pulse oximeter monitor, and a disposable sensor. By tracking oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate (PR) and perfusion index (PI), athletes, fitness enthusiasts and aviators can improve their performance and expand their limits. Oxxiom is small, lightweight, easy to operate, and has a 24-hour battery life (typical value). Users can access their measurements, reports, and trends from the Oxxiom App. Oxxiom can be placed on the fingertip, forehead, or back of the ear (posterior auricle). The Oxxiom blister pack contains one Oxxiom unit, one roll of gentle breathable tape, one black headband, and one label with product barcode. Oxxiom for Sports and Aviation is disposable, one time use only, and not a medical device. The Oxxiom App can be downloaded at the App Store for $1.99. Please read User Guide below for technical specifications, and for a detailed description.

Main Features

Wireless and continuous measurements of oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate (PR), and perfusion index (PI) for 24 hours (typical value).

Voice-based measurements (once every 30, 60, or 120 seconds).

Reports with charts for SpO2, PR, and PI measurements over time and distributions (histograms), desaturations per hour, cumulative time with SpO2 less than threshold, PR Volatility distribution, and PI Log-Volatility distribution.

Storage of SpO2, PR, and PI measurement trends (12, 24, 36, or 48 hours).

Visual, audible, and voice-based warnings: Oxxiom not connected, searching signal, battery empty, poor wireless connection, charge iOS device, SpO2 and/or PR threshold crossing.

Extended SpO2 range: Measurements above 100.0% and up to 105.0%, with resolution of 0.1%.

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