Interpreting the Readings

When looking at your little one's readings, it’s important to note that every child is different. It’s normal for average heart rate and O2 level to vary from child to child.

How readings change in different circumstances:

 

Sleeping

When a baby is in a deep sleep, his/her heart rate goes down.

 

Feeding

When a baby is feeding his/her heart rate may go up.

 

Growing

As a baby grows, his/her heart rate naturally decreases.

 

 

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