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Kinetik and St John – delivering health in the home

St John New Zealand plays a crucial role in providing emergency services throughout Aotearoa, helping to improve and strengthen patient health outcomes.

St John also plays an increasing role in meeting the broader health needs of New Zealand communities. We’ve joined forces with St John to offer a range of healthcare products designed to help people manage, monitor and measure their health and wellbeing.

Together we have a shared passion for empowering people to look after their health from knowing what to do in an emergency to keeping an eye on blood pressure. By choosing this product you are helping to support essential St John community services in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Kinetik Wellbeing Devices

Thermometry

Blood Pressure

    • Suitable during pregnancy and for diabetics
    • Bluetooth connectivity
    • Irregular heartbeat detection
    • Universal cuff 22cm - 45cm
    • 250 reading memory x 2 users
    • Movement detection
    • Clinically validated
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    • Irregular heartbeat detection
    • Universal cuff 22cm - 42cm
    • 90 reading memory x 2 users
    • Morning hypertension detector
    • Movement detection
    • Clinically validated - BIHS and ESH
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    • Irregular heartbeat detection
    • Universal cuff 22cm - 42cm
    • 90 reading memory x 1 user
    • Clinically validated – BIHS & ESH approved
    • One button operation
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    • Irregular heartbeat detection
    • Wrist operated
    • Universal wrist cuff
    • 60 reading memory x 2 user
    • Movement detection
    • Clinically validated – BIHS & ESH approved
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    • Irregular heartbeat detection
    • Universal cuff 22cm - 42cm
    • 90 reading memory x 1 user
    • Clinically validated - BIHS & ESH approved
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    • Universal Cuff
    • 22 - 42cm cuff
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Pulse Oximeter and Respiratory

    • Easy to use
    • Measures blood oxygen levels (SPO2)
    • Measures pulse rate
    • Bluetooth sync
    • Measures perfusion index (PI)
    • Share results with your doctor
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    • Awarded a Which? Best Buy
    • Easy to use
    • Measures blood oxygen levels (SP02)
    • Measures pulse rate
    • 24 hours of continuous use
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    • Easy to use
    • Proven to treat respiratory disease
    • Ultra-quiet
    • Safe method of taking medication
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    • Easy to use
    • 30+ hours of continuous use
    • Used by NHS Scotland
    • Measures blood oxygen levels (SP02)
    • Measures pulse rate
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Calculators

Temperature Calculator

Use our temperature calculator to find out if your temperature is high or low by age.  

WHAT IS THE IDEAL BODY TEMPERATURE RANGE?

A normal body temperature is generally considered to be anywhere between 36.1°C and 37.4°C. Having a temperature outside of this range may happen due to a number of causes, such as an infection, exposure to extreme weather, problems with the body auto-regulating its own temperature, or inflammation in the body.

Heart Rate

Heart Rate Calculator

The best way to understand your heart rate is by checking it regularly.


Enter your heart rate into the calculator to see if you have a high, low or average resting heart rate.

WHAT IS A RESTING HEART RATE?

‘Resting heart rate’ is the term given to the number of times you heart beats in one minute when you are at rest. Generally, we also infer that this is when you are awake, as your resting heart rate usually dips even lower overnight when you are asleep.

Blood Oxygen Level

Blood Oxygen (SPO2) Calculator

Use our SPO2 calculator to find out what your blood oxygen readings mean.  


Enter your the reading from your pulse oximeter into the box.

WHAT DOES YOUR BLOOD OXYGEN LEVEL MEAN?

We all know that we need oxygen to survive. But breathing air in is only the first step. The oxygen that we breathe in then gets absorbed through the lining of our lungs into our bloodstream. There, it gets picked up in our blood and carried by a molecule called Haemoglobin (medical abbreviation Hb), which takes it to the cells in our body where it is needed and is used to keep the cells working. Your blood oxygen level gives you an idea of how much oxygen there is in your bloodstream at any one point in time.