What Is Normal Spo2?

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Normal Spo2 should be around 95-100%. Spo2 is the measure of the percentage of haemoglobin that has already bound with oxygen. A healthy person who does not smoke normally has a98% Spo2. Devices that are used to detect oxygen ions the blood are called pulse oximeters.
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British Thoracic Society guidelines state 94-98% sats for normal patients and 88-92% sats for hypercapnic COPD patients.
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Is the amount of oxygen in your body, the normal is 95-100 percent, anything below 95 is considered hypoxic, it increases when you breathe more because you are introducing oxygen
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The term Spo2 refers to the saturation level of oxygen that is found in haemoglobin or blood. This level can be determined by a non invasive method of pulse oximetry ...
The normal range result of a pulse oximeter is 95% to 100%. Anything lower than that means there's not enough oxygen getting to your body. Saturation of peripheral ...
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