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How do I open battery compartment & install batteries in ChoiceMMed Oxywatch CF309 which is a Pulse Oxymeter


I have the same model. Flip unit ove so you can see bottom. Hold your thumb on the side with the arrows (but don't wrap your thumb around too much. Just enough to hold that side.) Hold the other side with your index finger. Squeeze thumb and finger together while pulling back towards you on Thumb side. Hope that helps.
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Feb 07, 2015 | CHOICEMMED OxyWatch CF309 Pulse Oximeter

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I received a defective Pulse Oximeter


Did you check with the manufactorer? Most of the time they will exchange it for you.

Sep 10, 2014 | Contec Finger Pulse Oximeter CMS50-DL

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How can i change the battery


The batteries is in the thickest part of the meter. The cover just slides off to expose them.

Apr 02, 2011 | Probasics Digit-Ox Finger Pulse Oximeter

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My mother has a Digit Pulse Oxymeter and I was wondering how one knows if the %oxygen is reading correctly. Lately all her readings are always 97%. Very little variation.


The normal oxygen saturation in the body read by the any pulse oximeter whether it is portable or built in type is 95%-100%. If ***********'s oxygen reading as you have said is 97% definitely it is within the normal range. You can also check and make sure that your oximeter is working by placing the oximeter to your finger. If the pulse read by the oximeter is the same with your heartbeat it means that is working alright and the oxygen reading would fall between 95-100%. I hope my answers will help you.

Aug 26, 2010 | Probasics Digit-Ox Finger Pulse Oximeter

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Directions on replacing battery


Found manual online and found page with replacing batteries instruction

Feb 04, 2010 | Probasics Digit-Ox Finger Pulse Oximeter

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While connected it says "please check connection and try again"


A few things could be going on.
First the unit
1. Remove and replace the battery to "reset" the unit.
2. If the batteries are old, they might need replaced.
3. If it has been used and is dirty, clean the sensors.
Second the finger
1. If there is poor circulation from: low heart rate, poor circulation, or cold fingers, the unit will have difficulty.
2. Dark pigmented skin can cause errors.
3. Fingernail polish will cause errors.
Here is some more info for your finger oximeter

Sep 27, 2009 | NRS SPO Medical 903036 Check Mate Pulse...

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Torn yellow ribbon - Model 950 Respironics Oximeter


I sounds like the wire that connects on of the sensors is severed. If your still under warranty, I would contact respironics for a replacement or repair. The wires are normally soldered to the sensors so if your have the equipment and ability, you can try to install new wires. Look for a red light if you don't see it where the finger goes, your suspicions are probably confirmed. Most the time we find it easier to replace the oximeter. Here is a site that allegedly has all the finger oximeters available

Aug 09, 2009 | Respironics Finger Pulse Oximeter 1 year...

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No reading for the blood oxygen level


OK - I had the exact same problem. I cleaned the inside of the oximeter with a cotton swab and denatured alcohol. Then tried it. It did not work. Darn. But I tried it an hour later, and suddenly, it started to work perfectly. I do not know what went wrong, and why it did not work immediately after cleaning. Maybe it was still damp from the alcohol? Unlikely, but I cannot figure out anything else. Anyway, try that and see if it solves the problem for you, and if the oximeter does not work for the first hour or so after cleaning, don't give up on it. Good luck.

Feb 05, 2009 | NRS SPO Medical 903036 Check Mate Pulse...

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