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OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 4.9%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

250

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2020) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Disputed (2021)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
FDA 510K

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 3.7%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

250

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2017) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Disputed (2021)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
FDA 510K
New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 2.3%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

250

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2013) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2014)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
FDA 510K
New data coming soon

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2021) Model AH-TA

Read more

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 2.5%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

250

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2021) Model AH-TA

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2021)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
New data coming soon

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2023) Model AH-TA

Read more

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

No data

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

250

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2023) Model AH-TA

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Unverified, testing underway

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

No data

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

250

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2023) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Unverified, testing underway

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
FDA 510K
New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

No data

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

25

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

No data

Unverified, testing underway

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

No data

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

20

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ANKOVO

JPD-500E (2020)

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Unverified, testing underway

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 5.2%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

20

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ATLANTEAN

Model Sb100ii Finger Pulse Oximeter

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Disputed (2016)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

FDA 510K
New data coming soon

BEIJING CHOICE ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Pulse Oximeter (Md300m/Md300k2)

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OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

No data

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

259

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

638.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

BEIJING CHOICE ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Pulse Oximeter (Md300m/Md300k2)

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

638.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

638.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Unverified, testing underway

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
FDA 510K
New data coming soon

BEIJING CHOICE ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOLGY CO., LTD.

(2020) Fingertip C20

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OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 2.6%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

35

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

1060.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

BEIJING CHOICE ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOLGY CO., LTD.

(2020) Fingertip C20

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

1060.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

1060.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2023)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

New data coming soon

Bistos Co., Ltd.

BT-710

Read more

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

No data

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

350

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

800.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

Bistos Co., Ltd.

BT-710

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

800.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

800.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Unverified, testing underway

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 2.8%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

25

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

860.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

BODYMED

BDMOXMTRBLK

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

860.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

860.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Disputed (2023)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 2.4%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

30

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

960.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CHOICEMED

MD300CN350R Pulse Oximeter

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

960.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

960.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2023)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 2.3%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

30

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

960.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CHOICEMED

MD300CN350R Pulse Oximeter with respiratory rate (2020)

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

960.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

960.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2023)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 2.7%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

25

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

860.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CHOICEMMED

MD300CN340 Pulse Oximeter

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

860.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

860.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Unverified, testing underway (2023)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 2.5%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

23

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

820.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CMS

Zacurate 500DL

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

820.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

820.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2023)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 3.4%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

23

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

820.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CMS

Zacurate 500C

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

820.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

820.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Unverified, testing underway (2023)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 4.3%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

21

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

780.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

Compass Health

Roscoe POX-ROS

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

780.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

780.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Disputed (2023)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 1.9%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

15

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

660.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEM CO., LTD.

Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, Models Cms-50d, Cms-50l, Cms-50dl

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

660.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

660.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2016)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
FDA 510K

CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS CO., LTD.

Contec OLED CMS50NA BD13002

Read more

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 3.9%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

20

Lifetime Cost

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760.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS CO., LTD.

Contec OLED CMS50NA BD13002

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Disputed (2021)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
New data coming soon

CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS CO., LTD.

CMS-50M

Read more

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 4.3%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

20

Lifetime Cost

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS CO., LTD.

CMS-50M

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Unverified, testing underway (2023)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

Arms 2.2%

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

2000

Lifetime Cost

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2528.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

COVIDIEN

Nellcor PM1000n Bedside Respiratory Patient Monitoring System

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

2528.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

2528.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2023)

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

FDA 510K
New data coming soon

OpenOx Performance

Root mean square error (Arms) is a common measure of pulse oximeter device performance that combines bias and precision. Here we report Arms based on Open Oximetry device testing using 2013 FDA Guidelines for 510k submissions and 2017 ISO 80601. Read more about quantification of oximeter performance on our FAQ.

*NOTE: performance is only reported here once we have tested the device in >10 study subjects (i.e. as required by 2013 FDA and 2017 ISO requirements). Performance may change significantly as we continue to perform testing in additional subjects and conditions. Please continue to check back as we update frequently. Click the device to see how details on how many subjects have been tested as well as details of skin color testing.

No data

Purchase Cost

Here we report retail purchase costs (US $) for buying the pulse oximeter, including one adult finger probe. Costs are obtained from one or multiple sources including manufacturers or online retail stores. Of note, some devices have special discount pricing for low and middle-income countries. The special prices are not accounted for in this report.

268

Lifetime Cost

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972.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

EDAN INSTRUMENTS, INC.

H100b Pulse Oximeter (2020)

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

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972.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

972.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Unverified, testing underway

The Open Oximetry Project is evaluating the performance of dozens of popular pulse oximeters.

- VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with newly proposed (November 2023) FDA "Approach for Improving the Performance Evaluation of Pulse Oximeter Devices Taking Into Consideration Skin Pigmentation, Race and Ethnicity" for premarket notification submissions guidance as well as the new ISO 80601-2-61 (once released in 2024).

- PRELIMINARY VERIFIED: The device performs in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance and ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- DISPUTED: The device does NOT perform in accordance with 2013 FDA premarket notification submissions guidance or ISO 80601-2-61 (2017)

- UNVERIFIED, TESTING UNDERWAY: The device is currently being tested by Open Oximetry

- UNVERIFIED: The device is not being tested by Open Oximetry at this time

CE
FDA 510K
Product Model
(2020) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1
ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Disputed (2021)

Arms 4.9%
Arms 1.1-2%
No data
No data
No data
600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2020) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

(2017) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1
ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Disputed (2021)

Arms 3.7%
Arms 1.1-2%
No data
No data
No data
600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2017) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

(2013) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1
ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2014)

Arms 2.3%
Arms 1.1-2%
No data
No data
No data
600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2013) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

(2021) Model AH-TA
ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2021)

Arms 2.5%
Arms 1.1-2%
No data
No data
No data
600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2021) Model AH-TA

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

(2023) Model AH-TA
ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Unverified, testing underway

No data
Arms 1.1-2%
No data
No data
No data
600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2023) Model AH-TA

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

(2023) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1
ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Unverified, testing underway

No data
Arms 1.1-2%
No data
No data
No data
600.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ACARE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

(2023) Pulse Oximeter Model Ab-F1/Ah-S1/Ah-M1

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

600.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

LK-87 Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
American Oxygen LLC

Unverified, testing underway

No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
JPD-500E (2020)
ANKOVO

Unverified, testing underway

No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
760.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ANKOVO

JPD-500E (2020)

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Model Sb100ii Finger Pulse Oximeter
ATLANTEAN

Disputed (2016)

Arms 5.2%
Arms 2.1-3%
No data
No data
No data
760.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

ATLANTEAN

Model Sb100ii Finger Pulse Oximeter

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

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760.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Pulse Oximeter (Md300m/Md300k2)
BEIJING CHOICE ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Unverified, testing underway

No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
638.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

BEIJING CHOICE ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Pulse Oximeter (Md300m/Md300k2)

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

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638.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

638.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

(2020) Fingertip C20
BEIJING CHOICE ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOLGY CO., LTD.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2023)

Arms 2.6%
No data
No data
No data
No data
1060.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

BEIJING CHOICE ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOLGY CO., LTD.

(2020) Fingertip C20

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1060.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

1060.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

BT-710
Bistos Co., Ltd.

Unverified, testing underway

No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
800.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

Bistos Co., Ltd.

BT-710

See details

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

800.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

800.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

BDMOXMTRBLK
BODYMED

Disputed (2023)

Arms 2.8%
Arms 2.1-3%
No data
No data
No data
860.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

BODYMED

BDMOXMTRBLK

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

860.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

860.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

MD300CN350R Pulse Oximeter
CHOICEMED

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2023)

Arms 2.4%
Arms 2.1-3%
No data
No data
No data
960.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CHOICEMED

MD300CN350R Pulse Oximeter

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

960.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

960.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

MD300CN350R Pulse Oximeter with respiratory rate (2020)
CHOICEMED

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2023)

Arms 2.3%
Arms 2.1-3%
No data
No data
No data
960.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CHOICEMED

MD300CN350R Pulse Oximeter with respiratory rate (2020)

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

960.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

960.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

MD300CN340 Pulse Oximeter
CHOICEMMED

Unverified, testing underway (2023)

Arms 2.7%
No data
No data
No data
No data
860.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CHOICEMMED

MD300CN340 Pulse Oximeter

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

860.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

860.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Zacurate 500DL
CMS

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2023)

Arms 2.5%
No data
No data
No data
No data
820.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CMS

Zacurate 500DL

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

820.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

820.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Zacurate 500C
CMS

Unverified, testing underway (2023)

Arms 3.4%
Arms 1.1-2%
No data
No data
No data
820.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CMS

Zacurate 500C

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

820.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

820.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Roscoe POX-ROS
Compass Health

Disputed (2023)

Arms 4.3%
Arms 2.1-3%
No data
No data
No data
780.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

Compass Health

Roscoe POX-ROS

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

780.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

780.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, Models Cms-50d, Cms-50l, Cms-50dl
CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEM CO., LTD.

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2016)

Arms 1.9%
Arms 2.1-3%
No data
No data
No data
660.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEM CO., LTD.

Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, Models Cms-50d, Cms-50l, Cms-50dl

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

660.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

660.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Contec OLED CMS50NA BD13002
CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS CO., LTD.

Disputed (2021)

Arms 3.9%
No data
No data
No data
No data
760.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS CO., LTD.

Contec OLED CMS50NA BD13002

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

CMS-50M
CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS CO., LTD.

Unverified, testing underway (2023)

Arms 4.3%
No data
No data
No data
No data
760.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

CONTEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS CO., LTD.

CMS-50M

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

760.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

Nellcor PM1000n Bedside Respiratory Patient Monitoring System
COVIDIEN

Preliminary verified, testing underway (2023)

Arms 2.2%
Arms 1.1-2%
No data
No data
No data
2528.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

COVIDIEN

Nellcor PM1000n Bedside Respiratory Patient Monitoring System

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

2528.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

2528.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

H100b Pulse Oximeter (2020)
EDAN INSTRUMENTS, INC.

Unverified, testing underway

No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
972.00

Lifetime Cost

Beta

EDAN INSTRUMENTS, INC.

H100b Pulse Oximeter (2020)

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Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

972.00

Estimated Lifetime Cost:

Here we estimate the 10-year lifetime cost of ownership for this type of pulse oximeter (Caution: we make many assumptions!). Click the settings button below to see the formula and adjust this assumptions to your local data.

972.00

Purchase Cost

US$

Probe Cost

US$

Time to probe replacement

Years

Time to processor replacement

Years

Monthly power cost (e.g batteries)

US$

Lifetime is assumed to be 10 years. Salvage cost at the end of 10 years is assumed to be zero for all devices. Cost of device maintenance or repair is not assumed to be zero. We assume probe and device replacement intervals based on evolving input from clinician collaborators around the world based on device type alone (i.e. fingertip, handheld, etc), though note these vary widely by setting and manufacturer. These intervals attempt to grossly account for wear and tear, damage or misplacement and theft.

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