The world’s first portable blood oxygen meter is coming soon to the market.
The technology, which has been around for a while, could soon make its way to hospitals across the U.S., including those in Arizona, Arizona Health Care and the Phoenix VA Medical Center.
It’s also going to be used in emergency room emergency departments around the country.
The company, Redox Instruments, unveiled the device, called Redox, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
It’s based on the technology developed by medical researchers at the University of Texas, the company said.
It uses sensors to measure oxygen levels in the blood.
The Redox device is designed to help hospitals and doctors measure oxygen delivery to patients, a key concern for many patients who are being treated for heart attacks or strokes.
“This device is incredibly portable and can be worn by any patient in the emergency room,” said Robert Smith, CEO of Redox.
The portable unit is a light and portable device that can be carried in a backpack, bag or pocket.
It has a 3-inch screen and can measure blood oxygen levels.
The device is currently only available in one size, the small portable device, and only for a limited time.
It will be available in other sizes, including the medium and large, as well as in a variety of colors, including gold.
Redox said it plans to make its product available to health care providers in the United States and around the world in the second half of next year.
“It will be a standard on every hospital floor and hospital room, and be available to all,” Smith said.
A small portable oxygen monitor has been a key piece of equipment in hospitals since it was developed in the 1990s.
The device measures the amount of oxygen in the bloodstream and sends the data to a laptop, where the user can analyze it and upload the data.
Doctors use it to monitor patients for various conditions, such as cardiac arrest, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.