Worried about your oxygen levels?
Know your oxygen levels.
Certain Respiratory conditions, including sleep apnea, COPD, RSV, and asthma, can lead to dangerously low oxygen levels. These events can happen when you're alone or asleep.
Now there's a way to help protect yourself at home.
Monitor at Home with Confidence.
Masimo SafetyNet Alert™
Continuously monitors your blood oxygen level and provides escalating alerts to you and your loved ones, so you know when your condition worsens.
Oxygen levels can change quickly.
Will you know when help is needed?
Oxygen level changes have been associated with the following conditions.
Oxygen levels can drop while sleeping. Relaxed throat muscles can block airways, potentially causing breathing to stop anywhere from seconds to over a minute.1
Chronic Obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
With COPD, airways in the lungs become inflamed, leading to decreased air flow, less oxygen in bodily tissue, and difficulty exhaling carbon dioxide.2
Due to damage and irritation to the respiratory system, asthma can lead to decreased blood oxygen levels. Severe flare-ups can also lead to low oxygen in body tissues (hypoxia).3
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)
RSV is a respiratory virus that causes cold-like symptoms and can be serious for infants or older adults, potentially leading to bronchiolitis or pneumonia.4
Escalating Alerts Can Help Keep You Safe*
Continuously Monitors Oxygen Levels
Automatically tracks your blood oxygen level and pulse rate—without the need to take intrusive, manual measurements
Alerts If Oxygen Is Low
Sends escalating alerts to you and your selected loved ones, such as a friend or carer, when your blood oxygen drops below safe levels, raising awareness when help may be needed
Powered by Clinically Proven Pulse Oximetry Technology
The same Masimo SET® pulse oximetry trusted by doctors and hospitals to monitor over 200 million patients a year1
Features a lightweight, disposable fingertip sensor that communicates wirelessly to a mobile app
Masimo SafetyNet Alert Kit
2 easy-to-apply, disposable sensors provide freedom of movement (each single-use sensor lasts up to 96 hours)
Free downloadable app displays data from the sensor and triggers low oxygen alarms and notifications
12 replacement tapes to attach the sensor to your finger
Reusable chip attaches to the sensor, communicating data via Bluetooth® to the Home Medical Hub
Home Medical Hub
Hub communicates sensor data via Wi-Fi to the secure cloud, so texts can be sent to your emergency contacts
International USB power adapter
Clinically Proven Pulse Oximetry Technology
- Trusted by physicians for over 25 years and used to monitor over 200 million patients a year around the world5
- Features multiple parallel signal processing engines for accurate and reliable readings
- Demonstrated significantly fewer false alarms and more true alarms than conventional pulse oximetry technologies in hospital settings6
- Accurate across all skin pigmentations7
Use Masimo SafetyNet Alert to monitor your oxygen levels at home
- 1 Slowik JM et al. StatPearls [Internet]. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK459252/.
- 2 American Lung Association. Learn About COPD. Lung.org. https://www.lung.org/lung-health-diseases/lung-disease-lookup/copd/learn-about-copd.
- 3 Medical News Today. What to know about asthma and oxygen levels. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/asthmatic-oxygen-levels.
- 4 CDC. https://www.cdc.gov/rsv/index.html.
- 5 Estimate: Masimo data on file.
- 6 Shah et al. J Clin Anesth. 2012;24(5):385-91.
- 7 Barker SJ, Wilson WC: Accuracy of Masimo SET ® Pulse Oximetry in Black and White Volunteer Subjects: A Retrospective Review – in press – Abstract accepted by Society of Technology in Anesthesiology – Available online Jan 15, 2022.
- † Emergency contacts must agree to receive alerts.
- * Alert levels are preset but can be customized by you or on the advice of your physician.