oxygen saturation test

ox·y·gen sat·u·ra·tion test

(SaO2 test) (ok'si-jĕn sach'ŭr-ā'shŭn tĕst)
Noninvasive measurement of blood oxygen saturation by differential absorption of red and infrared light beams with an oximeter applied to the skin.
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Surgeons decided to operate sooner." Ethan's heart conditions were flagged up when, as a newborn, he was given a routine oxygen saturation test, known as SATS test, by doctors at the University Hospital of North Durham.
At just 24 hours old, Ethan was given a routine oxygen saturation test by doctors at the University Hospital of North Durham.
When new son Ethan was about to be taken home for the first time, he was given a routine oxygen saturation test by doctors at the University of North Durham.
Durham maternity staff carried out the oxygen saturation test, clipping the device to Ethan's toes as part of their routine checks before discharging newborns.