Dr.Odin’s Pulse Oximeter + PI – YM-201


Dr.Odin’s Pulse Oximeter + PI – YM-201

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Product Highlights

  • Used to measure blood oxygen saturation level and pulse rate
  • Battery operated device – 2 AA batteries 
  • Has an auto shut off feature – after 10-15 seconds 
  • Has an one button measurement
  • Suitable for family, sports and hospital use 

Expert's Advice

Dr.Odin’s pulse oximeter + PI – YM 201 is useful to measure oxygen saturation levels and pulse rate through your finger. It is an easy, simple and painless method to monitor your blood oxygen levels in the comfort of your home.

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MRP: 2,000.00

MRP: 2,000.00

Dr.Odin’s Pulse Oximeter + PI – YM-201

MRP: 2,000.00

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  • Finger chamber made of skin friendly silicone material
  • Displays 2 numbers in which 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. 
  • Portable designed pulse oximeter and is durable and reliable
  • OLED Display and brightness can be adjusted
  • Has a buzzer indicator
  • Measurements also displayed in graph format
  • An IP 22 level water and dust resistance pulse oximeter

Directions for Use

  • Press the power button on 
  • Open the oximeter 
  • Insert finger into the rubber hole of the oximeter 
  • Then release the clamp and press the button to start the device 
  • Wait for results 
  • The oximeter will automatically shut off  after 10-15 seconds if no finger is placed in it

Safety Information

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


A normal level of oxygen is usually 95% or higher. Some people with chronic lung disease or sleep apnea can have normal levels around 90%. The SpO2 reading on a pulse oximeter shows the percentage of oxygen in someone’s blood.

The pulse oximeter measures the pulse rate, blood oxygen saturation (SpO2), the perfusion index (PI), and the respiratory rate (RR)

If you’re using Dr.Odin’s pulse oximeter at home and your oxygen saturation level is 92% or lower, call your healthcare provider. If it’s at 88% or lower, rush to the nearest hospital as soon as possible.

The index finger have the most accurate value that reflects the arterial oxygen saturation.

Keep the pulse oximeter in place for at least a minute, or longer if the reading keeps changing. Record the highest result once the reading has not changed for five seconds.