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Pulse Oximeter Helping COVID-19 Patients

Doctors around the nation will be able to measure the blood oxygen levels of coronavirus patients ­remotely after clinicians at the Royal Melbourne Hospital developed a platform that monitors symptoms at home. The platform uses a device, known as a pulse oximeter, that clips onto the finger and shines a light through the fingertip to determine the saturation of oxygen flowing in the blood. Oxygen levels are one of the key markers of ­illness in COVID-19 patients, and if doctors can monitor oxygen ­levels remotely, patients are more likely to be able to recover from the illness at home, taking pressure off hospitals.

COVID-19 Patient David Kirton
JUNE 2, 2020: MELBOURNE, VIC. Recovering COVID-19...
By Aaron Francis
02 June, 2020
COVID-19 Patient David Kirton
JUNE 2, 2020: MELBOURNE, VIC. Recovering COVID-19...
By Aaron Francis
02 June, 2020
COVID-19 Patient David Kirton
JUNE 2, 2020: MELBOURNE, VIC. Recovering COVID-19...
By Aaron Francis
02 June, 2020
COVID-19 Patient David Kirton
JUNE 2, 2020: MELBOURNE, VIC. Recovering COVID-19...
By Aaron Francis
02 June, 2020
COVID-19 Patient David Kirton
JUNE 2, 2020: MELBOURNE, VIC. Recovering COVID-19...
By Aaron Francis
02 June, 2020
COVID-19 Patient David Kirton
JUNE 2, 2020: MELBOURNE, VIC. Recovering COVID-19...
By Aaron Francis
02 June, 2020
COVID-19 Patient David Kirton
JUNE 2, 2020: MELBOURNE, VIC. Recovering COVID-19...
By Aaron Francis
02 June, 2020
COVID-19 Patient David Kirton
JUNE 2, 2020: MELBOURNE, VIC. Recovering COVID-19...
By Aaron Francis
02 June, 2020
COVID-19 Patient David Kirton
JUNE 2, 2020: MELBOURNE, VIC. Recovering COVID-19...
By Aaron Francis
02 June, 2020
COVID-19 Patient David Kirton
JUNE 2, 2020: MELBOURNE, VIC. Recovering COVID-19...
By Aaron Francis
02 June, 2020
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