Oxygen Level Chart?

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Oxygen level chart is a chart that measures the amount of oxygen currently in your body. An oximeter is used to determine the levels and it is ideal to see levels above 95 percent. Sometimes, a person will fall into the 80s, but anything lower than that is considered a danger to one's health. If your oxygen is low, the doctor will place a face mask on you or a nasal cannula to supply oxygen to your system.
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