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I have a very accurate pulse oximeter from Walmart.  It was about $10. less than Walgreen's model.  I have had three lobes of lung removed because of cancer and was running in the 60's for saturation at room air without oxygen.  I have moved from a higher altitude to a lower altitude and now can work and live without a tank 24/7.  If you have respiratory problems, its a good thing to have.

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Check out this article about hygrometers . This information literally shocked me and helped me find a solution to the problem. I Think you'll understand what's wrong.

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I HAVE ONE THAT I BROUGHT AT WALGREENS..YOU CAN ALSO PURCHASE ONE FROM AMAZON.THEY AREN'T EXPENSIVE
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Does anyone here use an oximeter?  I have sleep apnea & need one to check my O2 saturation.  Have you any suggestions about brands to use or avoid?  Have you any info about Choicemmed Oxywatch C20? Thanks
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