Video: Tech Toys – Health monitor Kenek O2 pulse oximeter

 

 
 
 
 
Digital Life writer Gillian Shaw takes a look at the Kenek O2 pulse oximeter that lets people monitor their blood oxygen level and heart rate using an iPhone or iPad. Starting at $50. By Vancouver's LionsGate Technologies. It can record up to 60 minutes of continuous readings and it has been cleared by Health Canada for sale to consumers.
 

Digital Life writer Gillian Shaw takes a look at the Kenek O2 pulse oximeter that lets people monitor their blood oxygen level and heart rate using an iPhone or iPad. Starting at $50. By Vancouver's LionsGate Technologies. It can record up to 60 minutes of continuous readings and it has been cleared by Health Canada for sale to consumers.

Photograph by: Video image, Vancouver Sun

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Digital Life writer Gillian Shaw takes a look at the Kenek O2 pulse oximeter that lets people monitor their blood oxygen level and heart rate using an iPhone or iPad. Starting at $50. By Vancouver's LionsGate Technologies. It can record up to 60 minutes of continuous readings and it has been cleared by Health Canada for sale to consumers.

 
 
 
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Digital Life writer Gillian Shaw takes a look at the Kenek O2 pulse oximeter that lets people monitor their blood oxygen level and heart rate using an iPhone or iPad. Starting at $50. By Vancouver's LionsGate Technologies. It can record up to 60 minutes of continuous readings and it has been cleared by Health Canada for sale to consumers.
 

Digital Life writer Gillian Shaw takes a look at the Kenek O2 pulse oximeter that lets people monitor their blood oxygen level and heart rate using an iPhone or iPad. Starting at $50. By Vancouver's LionsGate Technologies. It can record up to 60 minutes of continuous readings and it has been cleared by Health Canada for sale to consumers.

Photograph by: Video image, Vancouver Sun

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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