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    Re: pulse oximetry

    Heya guys, I've moved this one into Dive Medicine, figured that was a bit more appropriate.

    Good info (as always) Dave and others, keep up the great work!

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    Re: pulse oximetry

    Quote Originally Posted by OceanOpportunity  View Original Post
    anyone know of actual research done looking at correlations of inspired PO2 and pulse oximetry (via ear or finger probe)

    There is quite a bit on hypoxia and oximetry in the altitude and aviation research. Acclimatization to altitude has some good stuff on changes that occur there < International Society for Mountain Medicine >. (Our most recent work has been looking at NO changes with acclimatization to 15k of altitude, only published as abstracts so far.)

    There was also some interesting work on oximetry and hypothermia here a while back: The desaturation response time of finger pulse oximeters during mild hypothermia. Macleod et. al. Anaesthesia. 2005 Jan;60(1):65-71. PMID: 15601275

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