Consider ‘Health Gadgets’ at home to fight the Covid-19 third wave

The country is surviving the second wave of Covid-19. But experts say the Kovid third wave will not have a big delay if safety precautions are not followed. It is estimated that the third wave affects children the most. Bed facilities were increased and more oxygen plants were set up in different states. When the government makes its effort, we as individuals can prepare for the third wave. Some medical devices can be kept at home to detect blood sugar levels. This does not mean that you can treat any disease yourself. It is always a good idea to consult a certified doctor before starting any type of treatment. However, the pulse oximeter and digital I.R. Keeping a thermometer, oxygen concentrator, and some other medical equipment will help you to better manage the coronavirus. Here are some medical tools you should keep at home to prepare for the third wave. 
Pulse oximeter
Decreased oxygen levels in the blood are one of the signs of coronavirus infection. A pulse oximeter can track SpO2 levels and determine if medical help is needed. The price of a pulse oximeter starts at Rs 500 and goes up to Rs 2,500. These are available in medical stores and online
Digital blood pressure monitor
Normal blood pressure is 80-120 mm Hg. When buying a blood monitor, choose one that shows the pulse rate. A blood pressure monitor can cost between Rs 2,000 and Rs 3,000.
Digital IR Thermometer
The IR is a device that can measure body temperature from a distance of 1-2 inches. Thermometer. The lower the contact, the lower the risk of cross-infection. This tool is available online and the price starts from Rs 900.
Not everyone needs a glucometer. However, it is important for diabetic patient to have their blood sugar checked regularly. The price of a glucometer starts from Rs.500. It is available in online and offline stores.
The steamer is one of the main ingredients used to treat colds and coughs. It reduces sore throat and so on. Prices for this device start at Rs 400.
Respiratory Exerciser
Breathing exercises help to reduce anxiety and improve the overall health of the lungs. A lung/breathing exercise can increase the circulation of hormones in the blood, which in turn increases blood flow to the heart, brain, and lungs.