SpO2 normal range Normal pulse oximeter readings typically range from 95 to 100 percent. Values below 90 percent are considered low and indicate the need for supplemental oxygen. This condition is often referred to as hypoxemia, and its symptoms include severe shortness of breath, increased heart rate, and chest pain.
Normal oxygen saturation levels (SpO2) are between 95 to 100 percent for both adults and children. Oxygen saturation levels below 95% are considered abnormal, and the brain may be affected when SpO2 levels drop below 80 to 85 percent. Bluish discoloration of the skin or mucous membranes (cyanosis) occurs when SpO2 levels fall below 67%.
To use a pulse oximeter, simply place it on your finger. A percentage will be displayed on the screen. This percentage should be between 94 percent and 100 percent, which indicates a healthy level of hemoglobin carrying oxygen through the blood. If it is less than 90 percent, you should see a doctor. Want more like this? The ABCs of Pulse Oximetry
The brain gets affected when the SpO2 level falls below 80-85%. Cyanosis develops when the SpO2 level drops below 67%. The normal oxygen levels in a pulse oximeter usually range from 95% to 100%. Note: Normal levels may vary if you have lung disorders. Your doctor can tell what levels are normal for you.
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