The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused an increase in the use of pulse oximeters, and a recent report (Sjoding et al.External Link Disclaimer) suggests that the devices may be less accurate in people with dark skin pigmentation.
Device to monitor oxygen levels during races on Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Everest 2022 and beyond
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The validity of wearable photoplethysmographic heart rate monitoring was tested on forty-seven healthy participants performing seven, 6-min exercise bouts and a valid skin type scale.