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According to Amperor Direct, in healthy people, normal SpO2, or blood oxygen saturation levels, should range from 94 to 99 percent. For a person with a mild respiratory disease, the value should be at least 90 percent.

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Your pulse oximetry normal values are dependent on your health condition, respiratory rate, percentage of oxygen in the air, activities you are performing, and other factors. Here are some general guidelines to understand oximeter readings. For a regular healthy person, the normal blood oxygen saturation level (SpO2) should be around 94% to 99%.

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This document contains an overview of suggested operating parameters for the OctiveTech series of Finger Pulse Oximeters. It provides detail measurement indication. This document is intended to be a guide only, and should not be used as a substitute for clinical diagnosis performed by a licensed practitioner.

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Normal SpO2 values vary between 95 and 100%. Good blood oxygenation is necessary to supply the energy your muscles need in order to function, which increases during a sports activity. If your SpO2 value is below 95%, that could be a sign of poor blood oxygenation, also called hypoxia.

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Hypoxemia is a below-normal level of oxygen in your blood, specifically in the arteries. Hypoxemia is a sign of a problem related to breathing or circulation, and may result in various symptoms, such as shortness of breath. Hypoxemia is determined by measuring the oxygen level in a blood sample taken from an artery (arterial blood gas).

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Oxygen saturation is the fraction of [oxygen]-saturated hemoglobin relative to total hemoglobin (unsaturated + saturated) in the blood.The human body requires and regulates a very precise and specific balance of oxygen in the blood. Normal blood oxygen levels in humans are considered 95–100 percent. If the level is below 90 percent, it is considered low resulting in hypoxemia.

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Normal pediatric pulse oximetry (SPO2) values have not yet been firmly established. SPO2 is lower in the immediate newborn period. Beyond this period, normal levels are stable with age. Generally, a SPO2 of <92% should be a cause of concern and may suggest a respiratory disease or cyanotic heart disease. References

www.healthline.com/health/normal-blood-oxygen-level

If you have chronic health conditions, your blood oxygen level may fall outside of the normal range. This includes people with asthma, heart disease, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. A ...

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The number and severity of these symptoms depend on how low the SpO2 levels are. Moderate hypoxemia results in fatigue, light-headedness, numbness and tingling of the extremities and nausea. Beyond this point, hypoxemia usually becomes hypoxia. Symptoms of Hypoxia. A normal SpO2 level is vital to maintaining the health of all tissue in the body.

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Low Oxygen Levels: How Low is Too Low and Should You Worry? Low oxygen levels will rob you of your eye sight, short term memory, and your energy. Eventually low oxygen levels will weaken your heart muscle. Heart Failure IS -> Progressive weakening of your heart muscle! (Read that sentence again.