How a Rs 1100 device will help Delhi again in fighting Coronavirus

As of November 23, more than 9.5 million people are confirmed to have Covid-19 disease caused by SARS-CoV-2. Delhi alone has seen an increase of nearly 42000 cases in just a week and more importantly around an average 75 deaths per day.

This sudden surge in the number of cases puts enormous stress on healthcare services. Governments across India are adopting new measures like home isolation. In this scenario, a small medical device called pulse oximeter will again come in handy and useful.

Pulse oximeter is a small electronic device that shows your heart rate and oxygen saturation level - the percentage of your red blood cells carrying oxygen. It helps determine how effectively oxygen is being transferred to different parts of the body.

In Delhi, health authorities have started noticing “happy hypoxemia” - low blood oxygen levels without any breathlessness - that is leading to complications in coronavirus patients isolated at home. Some doctors are concerned that patients may not always know how to use the device.

Doctors attending the coronavirus patient also says “It’s very important to train patients properly on how to use pulse oximeters,” adding that cheap, sub-standard oximeters flooding the market are also a problem.

Mr. Jagdeep Khattar MD HealthNJig said “The Oximeter which is completely made in India tool will definitely be a boon to our country which is facing the pandemic and especially for the asymptomatic patients of the Covid-19 who are recovering from their home.

The HealthNJig Oximeter will provide you accurate SpO2, pulse rate and bar graph results. It could help you to understand your body conditions .This oxygen monitor can accurately determine your SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation levels), heart rate and pulse strength in 8 seconds and display it conveniently on a large digital LCD display. The product is compact, light-weight fingertip clip and soft silicon pad adds Mr. Jagdeep Khattar.

HealthNJig one of the few trusted companies in the Medical Technology Space of Indian Origin has launched Infrared thermometers and Pulse Oximeter (OX-6520) CE which is used to monitor the amount of oxygen carried in the body.

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