A normal oxygen saturation level (SpO₂) for adults and children is 95% to 100%. Below 95% is considered to be abnormal, even though people over 70 years of age may normally have an oxygen level close to 95%.
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- Is the SpO₂ automatic?
- Can SpO₂ detect hypoxemia?
- What is the measurement range of SpO₂?
- Can my oxygen saturation level be affected by external factors?
- I can't find the SpO₂ on my App data page.
- Does the SpO₂ needs to be calibrated?
- On which devices is the SpO₂ available?
- I've tried to perform a SpO₂ measurement on my Watch, but a message about BP calibration appeared on the screen. What does it mean?
- How can I check past records of my SpO₂?
- What is a normal oxygen saturation level value?