Demonstration: How to Monitor Oxygen Levels and Deliver Oxygen Therapy

This video demonstrates how to set up and use the equipment for oxygen monitoring and therapy for the purposes of healthcare workers in low-resource, international settings who may be evaluating patients with COVID-19. Measuring oxygen levels and providin

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