What Are the Normal Oxygen Saturation Levels by Age?

Q:
What are the normal oxygen saturation levels by age?

A:
For infants and children, the normal oxygen saturation level should range between 97% to 99%.

For neonates and young infants, the normal oxygen saturation level should range between 93% to 100%.

For adults less than 70 years of age, the normal oxygen saturation level should range between 96% to 98%.

For adults aged 70 and above, the normal oxygen saturation level should be greater than 94%.

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