A&D Medical Premium Digital Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor
Many people prefer the ease and comfort of taking their blood pressure with a wrist monitor, and the Premium Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor from A&D Medical is the perfect solution for daily measurements at home or on the go.
This wrist BP monitor is clinically validated to meet the ESH International Protocol, including verification by a 3rd party, to ensure accurate systolic and diastolic pressure results as well as pulse rate.
The readings are automatically recorded with a time and date stamp for a reliable record of 60 measurements per user (two users, 120 total readings). This electronic log makes it easy to monitor trends over time.
Simply apply the cuff to your wrist and press the start button to take a quick and easy measurement with gentle inflation technology for a comfortable reading every time. The large LED screen, plus great built-in features, make your results reliable and easy to understand.
Correct Positioning Guide
The Correct Position Guide ensures proper positioning during measurements for greater accuracy. A red light indicates that your wrist is too high or too low; a blue light indicates that your wrist is at the correct height.
Pressure Rating Indicator
The Pressure Rating Indicator classifies your readings with a color-coded bar chart to take the guess work out of interpreting your blood pressure readings. At a glance, you’ll know if your BP is high, low, or normal (according to JCN7 guidelines).
Irregular Heartbeat Detector
Alerts you to an irregular heartbeat during measurement to keep you aware of changes in your heart rate. A frequent irregular heartbeat should be brought to the attention of your doctor.
To ensure the best reading possible, the AHA recommends the following:
Sit quietly while taking your blood pressure.
Rest for 5 to 10 minutes beforehand.
Keep your legs uncrossed and feet flat.
Sit with your back straight.
Rest your arm on a table so wrist is at heart level. Refer to the Correct Positioning Guide for proper placement.
Be sure to avoid other things that can impact your results:
Do not smoke, exercise, drink or eat 30 minutes before taking your Blood Pressure.
Sit quietly and do not talk or move while taking a measurement.
Take your BP at the same time each day two times a day. Tip: Set two alarms; since your BP varies throughout the day, we recommend measuring once in the morning and once at night
Track your readings to look for patterns over time.