Dr.Odin Pulse Oximeter + PI(FS-20E)


Dr.Odin Pulse Oximeter + PI(FS-20E)

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Product Highlights

  • Used to measure SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation levels), pulse rate, and perfusion index
  • Water resistant and has a color OLED display
  • The device is user-friendly and aims to give high accuracy.
  • Comes with a  low battery indicator and an alarm function. 

Expert's Advice

Dr.Odin’s Pulse oximeter + PI(FS -20E) is a fast, easy, and noninvasive way to check your oxygen saturation levels and detect low levels before other symptoms are present.

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MRP: 1,850.00

MRP: 1,850.00

Dr.Odin Pulse Oximeter + PI(FS-20E)

MRP: 1,850.00

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  • Has six display modes
  • Embodies 4 directions modes
  • Comes with automatic power-off facility
  • The pulse oximeter measures two distinct things: 
  • The first number that comes up is most often the pulse rate. Usually this number is marked by a small heart. 
  • The second number that comes up is the level of oxygen in the blood. Both numbers are needed to assess your present levels.

Directions for Use

  • When placing the oximeter on your finger, make sure your hand is warm, relaxed, and held below the level of the heart. 
  • Remove any fingernail polish on that finger.
  • Sit still and do not move the part of your body where the pulse oximeter is located.

Safety Information

  • Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight
  • Keep out of reach of the children
  • Avoid physical damage


Perfusion index (PI), which is automatically calculated by pulse oximetry, provides an indication of peripheral perfusion at the sensor site.

Your right hand’s middle finger shows the best results. Make sure to take off any nail polish and avoid using on cold fingers as the readings may not show correctly.

Try to use the oximeter in an upright sitting position if possible. This will ensure that your heart rate and blood oxygen ratings are accurate as there is no irregular flow of blood in your body in a relaxed position.

Yes, Dr.Odin’s pulse oximeters are non-invasive and generally considered safe to use.

A pulse oximeter is a small electronic device that estimates the saturation of oxygen in your blood.

They are reliable, accurate, relatively inexpensive and portable. Pulse oximeters are often used for estimating heart rate at rest and during exercise. However, at present the data available to validate their use as heart rate monitors are not sufficient.

 The probe can be positioned on the fingers, toes, hand, foot, or wrist of the neonate.