When oxygen levels fall very low, your body may struggle with symptoms like palpitations, confusion, dizziness, shallow breathing, pressure in the head or headaches.
Perfusion typically refers to the supplying of blood to an organ or tissue and ventilation is the exchange of oxygen between the lungs and the atmosphere.
The only reason I even know there is a problem is that my daughters also work at the restaurant and noticed that I had purple lips.
As discussed above, oxygen saturation is important because this is what helps your organs to work properly.
One of the common symptoms is drop in oxygen saturation level.
An SpO2 of 100% has effectively zero clinical difference to a 96% reading.