I've been hunting around for an oximeter that I can download the daily results into software that allows me to keep tabs on my progress.
I bought the CMS50D+ thinking since it records it must do what I'm wanting. But the recording is mostly for sleep studies, which is what I have been using it for.
What I need is an oximeter that puts a time stamp on each reading. This way the software can create the appropriate graphs etc.
I've found the Onyx II 9560 and I think it will do what I need but it's way too expensive for me at this time.
Does anyone know of a less expensive oximeter that has trending software?
Thanks in advance!
What do you mean by a time stamp on each reading? You mean each event?
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09-28-2014, 06:13 PM
(This post was last modified: 09-28-2014, 06:14 PM by Brewskie.)
I mean like my blood pressure monitor does.
It stores each reading into memory then I download the data into the OmRon software to track X number of days/months.
I'd like to do the some with an oximeter, but none that I've found specifically says it will track the trends in that way.
As it is now, I have to use graph paper and hand create the graph.