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[Equipment] SPO 7500 pulse oximeter move/error interpretation
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I have a new SPO 7500 and use their software to read the reports on a PC. The information is mostly straightforward, but I only have guesses about what "move" and "error" mean in the "status" section. My guesses are that error means to ignore the result and that move means that it might be that the result was due to movement rather than to a true desaturation. Can anyone tell me if that's correct? -- and if not, what the correct interpretation is? Also, there are small, open circles that are generally on the bottom of that section, but occasionally are higher up. I'd like to know about those too if possible.

Many thanks for all of the good information posted here.

damocles

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Hi damocles,
WELCOME! to the forum.!
Hang tight and someone, who knows the ins & outs about pulse oximeters, will be able to help you shortly.
Best of luck to you
trish6hundred
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