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PAC FAQ: SpO2 Sensor Cable Types for Patient Monitoring Adult, Pediatric, Ear Clip, Multi-Site, Infant Sensors Episode 09 

 

 

Here is a helpfull and printable Sp02 Cable Sensor PDF Cheat Sheet

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Introduction

 

Hello, and welcome to another episode of PacFaqs.

Short helpful video to make your job easier.

 

Do you the difference between SpO2 Cable sensors?This video will help you identify which cable sensor you may need and hopefully take the guessing game out of the ordering process.

 

Also check out the downloadable SpO2 Sensor cheat sheet which is available using the links below this video.

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Today we are going to walk you through the SpO2 Sensor Cable types.

 

Adult Hard Shell Sensor

Typically Applied to the Finger

The Pediatric Hard Shell Sensor

Typically Applied to the Finger

 The Ear Clip Sensor

Typically Applied to the Ear Lobe or Tongue

 The Multi-Site Sensor

Typically Applied to the Finger or Toe

 The Adult Soft Shell Sensor

Typically Applied to the Finger

The Pediatric Soft Shell Sensor

Typically Applied to the Finger

The Infant Soft Shell Sensor

Typically Applied to the Finger

 

To learn more about SpO2 Sensor Cable types, to cross reference, view all our in-stock cables and to download a free SpO2 and Extension Cable Catalog, visit PacificMedeicalSupply.com/PacFaq

 

 

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