A Comparison of Wireless Pulse Oximetry Technologies during SustainedShivering in Post-Operative Patients

@article{Dixon2017ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Wireless Pulse Oximetry Technologies during SustainedShivering in Post-Operative Patients},
  author={Kelley Dixon and Michael S. Shuler and Austin Broussard and Mellisa Roskosky},
  journal={Journal of Anesthesia and Clinical Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={8},
  pages={1-4}
}
Background: Pulse oximetry measures oxygen saturation in arterial blood non-invasively and is routinely practiced in many clinical settings. Technological advancements have expanded the performance capabilities of these devices to operate wirelessly, making pulse oximetry measures more convenient to obtain. Factors such as patient motion however can potentially complicate the ability to retrieve these measures. We examined the performance of two wireless pulse oximeters in patients who shiver… Expand
A Comparison of Wireless Pulse Oximetry Technologies during SustainedShivering in Post-Operative Patients
TLDR
Overall incidence of shivering was low among patients in this setting (0.1%). Expand

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