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The Owlet baby monitor and alarm uses the technology hospitals use to check heart rate and oxygen saturation. It is called pulse oximetry, and it has been around for decades. It's that little red light they clip on your finger when you go to the hospital. It is also the same technology that is found on the new Apple Smartwatch. It simply uses small LED lights, shining them onto the skin and sensing how much light makes it back to the photo receptor. Pulse Oximetry is proven, safe and used all over the world.

Owlet is designed to sound an alert if the heart rate dips too low or spikes too high or if your child's oxygen saturation dips below 85% and stays below 85% for too long. Our alerts are a function of both the numeric value of the vital sign and the speed of change of that vital sign. This alert strategy was set by a team of pulse oximetry specialists, pediatricians, neonatologists and pulmonologists. Owlet is not a medical device. If your child has irregular heart rate or oxygen levels, you should not seek to use Owlet as your primary monitoring system.
Buy it at owletcare.com
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