Kepler 80200 Far Infrared cervical collar + pulse oximeter

Kepler 80200 Far Infrared cervical collar + pulse oximeter
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Kepler 80200 Far Infrared cervical collar is designed to relieve the "burden" in the neck area, in 2 different sizes, with a free pulse oximeter with your purchase.

€19.90 (tax incl.) €17.61 (tax excl.)
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The Kepler Far Infrared 80200 cervical collar is designed to relieve pain in the neck area and offer maximum support to the user. Deeply warms the application area, creating beneficial hyperemia and therefore proper oxygenation.

For the best fit and maximum support, the Kepler Far Infrared 80200 cervical collar is available in 2 sizes. To find the right one for you, measure the circumference of your neck and choose accordingly:

  • Medium: for neck circumference up to 43cm
  • XLarge: for neck circumference greater than 43cm

Instructions for use of the Kepler Far Infrared 80200 cervical collar:

Rotate the Kepler Far Infrared 80200 cervical collar to your neck with the red surface touching the neck and close it with the Velcro in front, without tightening it, to allow every movement. In just a few minutes, you will begin to feel the warmth and relief right at the point of pain. You can continue your activities normally by wearing it for as much time as you need.

Μaintenance instructions of the Kepler Far Infrared 80200 cervical collar:

You can wash your orthopedic appliance in cold water with a neutral detergent as often as you like and let it dry naturally in a shady place. Do not iron it. Do not place it in the washing machine or spread it out in the sun, as ceramic materials and metals in the fabric may be damaged. There is no limit to the hours of application. Wear your orthopedic aid as many hours a day as you like depending on the intensity of the pain.

The fingertip pulse oximeter that we are giving you as a gift is a device that monitors your blood oxygen saturation level (SpO2) and heart rate. In particular, it uses pulse reflection technology and measures accurately and reliably, displaying the results on the illuminated screen of the device.

To significantly improve the daily care of all people who either need home care or first aid, for this reason, it is used in clinics, hospitals, social medical organizations, for first aid, etc.

Instructions for using the free pulse oximeter:

By placing the pointer on the "peg", the sensor checks within a few seconds the oxygen saturation of our blood, casting light in two wavelengths, red and infrared, while at the same time, the heart rate appears on the screen.

As easy and simple as it is to use, it is even more necessary.

Features of pulse oximeter:

  • Accuracy of measurements and results
  • Reliability
  • High-quality self-testing diagnostic device
  • Oxygen saturation measurement range 70-99%
  • Heart Rate Measurement Range: 30-235BPM
  • It has a CE certificate with CE REPRESENTATIVE in the European Union
  • It has FDA certification
  • Very Light – Easy to use
  • Easy-to-read LED display
  • Automatic power off of the device -10 seconds after measuring and removing the finger
  • Low battery consumption, more than 20 hours of operation (included in the package)
  • Special lanyard provided free of charge
  • For everyone: children to adults and seniors.

Pulse Oximeter instructions:

Due to its simplicity and speed, the oximeter is useful for patients with:

  • Respiratory or heart problems for smokers, for people with bronchial asthma or for the diagnosis of certain sleep disorders such as apnea.
  • It is very useful for pilots, and flight attendants. mountaineers and athletes whose oxygen levels may decrease at high altitudes or with exercise.
  • For people who frequently or periodically experience tachycardia, tachypnea, confusion, drowsiness, cyanosis, etc.
  • An easy way to avoid problems is to measure the oxygen in our blood regularly, especially when conditions and our daily lives require it.

Normal values:

The normal value, as long as no other factors affecting the curve enter, is 95-98% – below 95% we have hypoxemia and below 90% respiratory failure.

Oximetry is useful:

  • In the recognition of hypoxemia in patients with asthma, COPD, pneumonia or heart disease. Studies have shown that patients with asthma who have a hemoglobin saturation ≥95% rarely require hospitalization. It is also useful in case of sedation, fracture reduction, gastroscopy, etc.
  • The average human body can last up to 4 weeks without food, 10 days without water, but only 2 to 5 minutes without oxygen.
  • Lack of oxygen in the blood can cause:
  • Disorders in the circulatory system. Tachycardia and increase in BP. If there is cardiocirculatory instability, bradycardia and hypotension may occur. In severe hypoxemia, hypotension and ventricular fibrillation are expected
  • Disorders in the respiratory system. Tachypnea, labored breathing and hyperpnea. In severe hypoxemia sometimes apnea
  • Disorders in the perfusion of the organs. Vasoconstriction of the vessels of the lung (pulmonary hypertension), skin (pallor), muscles and peritoneal cavity. Vasodilatation and increased perfusion of the coronary vessels and the brain
  • Anxiety, confusion, disorientation and judgment disorders, drowsiness
  • Cyanosis (provided there is no concomitant anemia or CO poisoning), clammy or cold skin

*With the purchase of a Kepler Far Infrared 80200 neck collar we give you a pulse oximeter for free.

0.80 kg
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