Introduction

Professionals working at high altitude are threatened by Hypoxia which is an oxygen deprivation that could make them disoriented and passing out. Normal blood oxygen saturation is 94% and above, below this level is considered lack of oxygen which will threaten your life.


Blood Oxygen Ring tracks your blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) in every second, it is able to send a vibration alarm when your blood oxygen saturation rapidly drops more than 3%. Blood Oxygen Ring is able to remind you before you enter the oxygen deprivation stage hence you are able to react before it is too late.

Who Need This?

Pilot

Breathing air at reduced barometric pressure is the cause of Hypoxia that had threatened the safety of pilots. Changing altitude at aviation flying is unavoidable. If pilots are not aware of the effects of decreased oxygen pressure at altitude, they may pass out and the plane might crash.


By wearing Blood Oxygen Ring which allows the pilots to track their Blood Oxygen Saturation in every second, if the blood oxygen saturation drops more than 3%, Blood Oxygen Ring able to send vibration alarm, hence the pilot able to react immediately such as put up oxygen mask and pass his duty to the co-pilot.


Climber

Risk of hypoxia makes mountain climbing difficult and dangerous, even for healthy people. Oxygen depletion can cause altitude sickness, which usually begins as nausea and dizziness. Unless the climber descends to a lower altitude or uses supplemental oxygen, the symptoms can grow worse and quickly. Oxygen cylinders add weight, making the climb more difficult, that is why people will seldom carry it.


Blood Oxygen Ring allows climbers to monitor their blood oxygen saturation in real time. It helps the climbers to identify and respond to the changes in O2 supply and delivery. If SpO2 levels fell suddenly but the flow rate did not change, they knew an oxygen mask had shifted. Repositioning the mask restored SpO2 to target levels quickly. If SpO2 levels declined gradually without a change in oxygen flow, the cylinder was running out. Changing the cylinder brought levels back within range.


Athlete

Rest is the key to recovery of an athlete after intensive training. An athlete trained for 12 hours but only resting for 6 hours may find themself ‘unwell’ after waking up but their aggressiveness may still motivate them to continue training even if they feel ‘unwell’. They left it untreated but they may not know they are at risk of hypoxia that will lead to sudden cardiac arrest.


Cardiac arrest is the number one cause of sudden death in exercising athletes. In sudden cardiac arrest, the heart suddenly loses its normal rhythm and stops pumping blood. It typically strikes without warning, and unless effective emergency steps are taken immediately, death or serious disability will occur.

Blood Oxygen Ring allows the athlete to monitor their status through blood oxygen saturation and heartbeat rate hence they can decide their training intensity or take a rest.


Pilot

Breathing air at reduced barometric pressure is the cause of Hypoxia that had threatened the safety of pilots. Changing altitude at aviation flying is unavoidable. If pilots are not aware of the effects of decreased oxygen pressure at altitude, they may pass out and the plane might crash.


By wearing Blood Oxygen Ring which allows the pilots to track their Blood Oxygen Saturation in every second, if the blood oxygen saturation drops more than 3%, Blood Oxygen Ring able to send vibration alarm, hence the pilot able to react immediately such as put up oxygen mask and pass his duty to the co-pilot.


Climber

Risk of hypoxia makes mountain climbing difficult and dangerous, even for healthy people. Oxygen depletion can cause altitude sickness, which usually begins as nausea and dizziness. Unless the climber descends to a lower altitude or uses supplemental oxygen, the symptoms can grow worse and quickly. Oxygen cylinders add weight, making the climb more difficult, that is why people will seldom carry it. 


Blood Oxygen Ring allows climbers to monitor their blood oxygen saturation in real time. It helps the climbers to identify and respond to the changes in O2 supply and delivery. If SpO2 levels fell suddenly but the flow rate did not change, they knew an oxygen mask had shifted. Repositioning the mask restored SpO2 to target levels quickly. If SpO2 levels declined gradually without a change in oxygen flow, the cylinder was running out. Changing the cylinder brought levels back within range.


Athlete

Rest is the key to recovery of an athlete after intensive training. An athlete trained for 12 hours but only resting for 6 hours may find themself ‘unwell’ after waking up but their aggressiveness may still motivate them to continue training even if they feel ‘unwell’. They left it untreated but they may not know they are at risk of hypoxia that will lead to sudden cardiac arrest.


Cardiac arrest is the number one cause of sudden death in exercising athletes. In sudden cardiac arrest, the heart suddenly loses its normal rhythm and stops pumping blood. It typically strikes without warning, and unless effective emergency steps are taken immediately, death or serious disability will occur.


Blood Oxygen Ring allows the athlete to monitor their status through blood oxygen saturation and heartbeat rate hence they can decide their training intensity or take a rest.


How Blood Oxygen Ring Help?

Blood Oxygen Ring allows real time tracking and it sends a vibration alarm to remind you if your blood oxygen saturation drops over 3% before entering hypoxia status hence you can take immediate action. 


Blood Oxygen Ring is rechargeable. It can be charged by a portable charger, which once charged, can be used for 16 hours. It is small and does not occupy space. This feature can save space as no external battery is required.


Threshold

You can adjust the threshold value of the Blood Oxygen Level in the setting to meet your personal requirements (Default is 88%).


If the blood oxygen level drops below the threshold value, it will trigger the vibration and wake you up.


Report

Blood Oxygen Ring allows you to export your sleep report to PC using our dedicated software which can be downloaded at HERE. The report will display your Blood Oxygen Level, Heart Rate and Body Motion in every 4 second interval. It is easy for a doctor to analyze your situation and advise your further treatment.