oximeter

NOUN
  1. a measuring instrument that measures the oxygen in arterial blood
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How To Use oximeter In A Sentence

  • An equal number of medical stations were set up in an adjacent ‘green zone,’ equipped with nebulisers and pulse oximeters and electrocardiograph machines.
  • He smelled of alcohol and registered .12 percent on a BAC intoximeter.
  • The circulating nurse assists the anesthesia care provider by applying appropriately sized electrocardiogram pads, blood pressure cuff, and pulse oximeter.
  • All patients are equipped with a pulse oximeter for monitoring of percutaneous oxygen saturation.
  • He was taken to a police station where an intoximeter showed he was one-and-a-half times the legal limit, Westminster magistrates were told. The Sun
  • An equal number of medical stations were set up in an adjacent ‘green zone,’ equipped with nebulisers and pulse oximeters and electrocardiograph machines.
  • He was arrested and at Cheltenham Police station he gave a breath alcohol sample on the intoximeter which produced a reading of 87 micrograms of alcohol per 100 ml of breath.
  • Kids could have a lot of fun with a blood-pressure cuff and pulse oximeter, in a supervised setting.
  • The money was used to buy a pulse oximeter, a hand-held piece of equipment which is attached to an ear lobe or finger and checks lung function quickly and easily.
  • Still, it's important to remember that, whatever readout these CO-oximeters show, the level of carboxyhemoglobin does not always correlate with severity of symptoms or neuropsychiatric sequelae. Archive 2005-03-01
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