You don't always have to go to your doctor's office to have your blood pressure
checked. A home blood pressure test allows you to keep track of your blood pressure at
home. This is especially important if your doctor recommends that you monitor your
blood pressure on a regular basis.
Know Your Blood Pressure With The Push Of A Button
Blood pressure is a measure of the force of blood inside an artery. Fully
Automatic Wrist Watch Design digital blood pressure monitor shows Systolic,
Diastolic and pulse readings.
Compact design fits over your wrist like a watch. Easy to use wrist style eliminates pumping. This device works by inflating a cuff around the wrist to temporarily stop the
flow of blood in an artery. As air is slowly released from the cuff, the device
records the pressure at which blood begins to flow again.
• Stores 60 Readings To Monitor Your Health Over Time
• Easy To Follow Instructions
• One Size Adjustable Cuff Fits All
• Average calculating for the latest 3 times measurement value
• Blood pressure classification (WHO) indicator
• Irregular heartbeat (IHB) indicator.
• Accuracy : Pressure +/-3mmHg; Pulse+/-5%
• Display LCD digital display Display size 47 x 39mm
• Year/month/date/time indicator
• Automatic power-off function.
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Measuring Pinciple Oscillometric Method:
The monitor detects your blood movement through your brachial artery and
converts the movements into a digital reading.
An oscillometric monitor does not need a stethoscope, so the monitor is simple
Pulse 40~200 pulse/min
Memory function 2x90 groups memory 90 records
Power source (2) AAA size alkaline batteries (not included)
Includes monitor, storage case and instruction manual
Blood Pressure Is Recorded As Two Measurements:
The first number is the systolic pressure.
Systolic pressure represents the peak blood pressure that occurs when the heart
The second number is the diastolic pressure.
Diastolic pressure represents the lowest blood pressure that occurs when the
heart relaxes between beats.
These two pressures are expressed in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) because the
original devices that measured blood pressure used a column of mercury. Blood
pressure measurements are recorded as systolic/diastolic (systolic over
diastolic). For example, if your systolic pressure is 120 mm Hg and your
diastolic pressure is 80 mm Hg, your blood pressure is recorded as 120/80 (120