Product:
Pro wrist blood pressure monitor: 
  CE and U.S FDA Approved
 

Why you should choose our Blood Pressure Monitor from PanMDPro?
 

1. We are a local American company and we sell, answer your questions and we serve you!

2.  We select high qualified manufacturer to produce US standard blood pressure.

3. Our Portable wrist blood pressure monitor has a  U.S FDA and CE approval.

4. Products have been calibrated and tested by US Fluke BP pump 2 testing equipment.

5. All products have standard English manual with 90 days warranty.
6. We provide an excellent customer service, checking each unit quality before we ship and we 
added an extra external packing box to ensure shipping.

                        Quality control:

 

All products tested by U.S. Fluke BP Pump 2. Also, we added an external box to ensure final packaging.

 

 

 

Product detail:

 

U.S FDA approval wrist blood pressure monitor unit, has an easy operation system with one button (power button to start and stop, auto off, 3 readings in one measure (high, low and heart rate), large LCD size easy to read. «M» stands for memory, and «S» stands for setting.  Press «S» Seven times to clear memory, it will reset the system.

 

Measure Accuracy                      Pressure +,- 3mm Hg

Measure Range                            Pressure: 0-299 mm HG     Pulse 40-199 pulse/Min

Automatic Power off                  Approx 3 mins

Cuf size:                                          Wrist circumference approx.  size 13.5-21.5 cm

LCD size                                         47x39mm

Storage Memory                         2×90 sets

Power Source                              2pcs AAA batteries

 

                                            Correct way to check blood pressure

 

To have a better results of measurement:

We suggest:

Rest, relax and waiting till body calm to check.

Please when you do measure and put it in heart level.

Please do wait few minutes to measure it again, if needed.

 

                                             Knowledge about blood pressure:

  

 

Get the most out of home blood pressure monitoring by www.mayoclinic.org

 

Why do I need to monitor my blood pressure at home?  

 

The American Heart Association (AHA) and other organizations recommend that anyone with high blood pressure monitor his or her blood pressure at home. Home monitoring can help you keep tabs on your blood pressure in a familiar setting, make certain your medication is working, and alert you and your doctor to potential health complications.

 

Monitoring your blood pressure at home can:

 

Help with early diagnosis. Self-monitoring can help your doctor diagnose high blood pressure earlier than if you have only occasional blood pressure readings in a medical office. Home monitoring is especially important if you have elevated blood pressure or another condition that could contribute to high blood pressure, such as diabetes or kidney problems.

 

Help track your treatment. The only way to know whether your lifestyle changes or medications are working is to check your blood pressure regularly. Monitoring blood pressure changes at home can help you and your doctor make decisions about your treatment, such as adjusting dosages or changing medications.

 

Encourage better control. Self-monitoring can give you a stronger sense of responsibility for your health. You may feel even more motivated to control your blood pressure with an improved diet, physical activity and proper medication use.

Cut your health care costs. Self-monitoring might decrease your number of visits to your doctor or clinic.

 

What is best time to check blood pressure during the day?

 

The first measurement should be in the morning before eating or taking any medications, and the second in the evening. Each time you measure, take two or three readings to make sure your results are accurate. Your doctor might recommend taking your blood pressure at the same times each day.

 

What is average blood pressure by age?

 

Normal blood pressure is considered to be anything below 120/80. Prehypertension is defined as a systolic reading between 120 and 129 and a diastolic reading lower than 80. Hypertension is defined as blood pressure of 130/80 or higher. 

 

The previous guidelines set the threshold at 140/90 mm Hg for people younger than age 65 and 150/80 mm Hg for those ages 65 and older. This means 70% to 79% of men ages 55 and older are now classified as having hypertension. That includes many men whose blood pressure had previously been considered healthy.

 

 

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