Product description: Arm-type fully automatie digital blood pressure monitor
Display: large LCD digital display
Measurement method: Oscillometric method
Systolic presure: 60-280 mmHg
Diastolic pressure: 30-200 mmHg
Pulse: 30-180 Beats/minute (±5%)
Pressurization: Automatic pressurization
Memory: 120 memories in Tow Groups with Date and Time
Weight: Approx. 480g /16.93oz (Excluding Battery)
Dimensions: Approx. 131.2*101.8*44.1mm/5.17*4.01*1.74in(L*W*H)
Power Source: 4*AAA batteries
Irregular heartbeat detection
WHO Classification Indicator
Last 3 Results Average
Low Battery Detection
Note: the packing list Not included battery
Sejoy started manufacturing healthcare medical devices since 2002, we focused on blood pressure monitors, thermometers, blood glucose monitors and other customerized home-care products. At this moment we have over 1500 workers working with automation equipments and semi-automatic equiment. All products are 100% inspected before shipment. With nearly 20 years production experience with automation to ensure quality consistency, and skilled R&D for keep improving. The quality and accuracy is tested by our clients all over the world.
We highly welcome you to be one of our beloved customer.
Features of Sejoy blood pressure cuffs for home use
Stay Healthy & Take Reqular Blood Pressure Measurements
How to tell your blood pressure level
How To Measure Your Blood Pressure Properly At Home
7 SIMPLE TIPS TO GET AN ACCURATE BLOOD PRESSURE READING
- 1. PUT CUFF ON BARE ARM : Cuff over clothing adds 5-50 mm Hg
- 2.USE CORRECT CUFF SIZE : Cuff too small adds 2-10 mm Hg
- 3.SUPPORT BACK/FEET : Unsupported back and feet adds 6 mm Hg
- 4.DON’T HAVE A CONVERSATION : Talking or active listening adds 10 mm Hg
- 5.KEEP LEGS UNCROSSED : Crossed legs adds 2-8 mm Hg
- 6.SUPPORT ARM AT HEART LEVEL : Unsupported arm adds 10 mm Hg
- 7.EMPTY BLADDER FIRST : Full bladder add 10 mm Hg
- What you can monitor?
Your blood pressure (systolic and diastolic) and pulse rate. Which helps you detect if any hypertension and arrhythmia. By collecting these info you can commucitate with your doctors on how to deal with at anytime without going to the hospital.
- What is the best time of day for testing?
Morning time or any time you feel relaxed and stress free.
- How to tell if the monitor is accurate?
All of the blood pressure monitors are relatively accurate. Because blood pressure readings are constantly changing (depending on what you’ve eaten, how long you’ve rested, time of day, etc.), the key to understanding your blood pressure is to take regular daily readings. Take the monitor to the doctors and compare the numbers.
- What type should I use, arm or wrist type?
As suggested by doctors and professional the cuff-style blood pressure monitors that go around your upper arm (like this one) are generally more accurate than wrist-style monitors (which are much easier to use). If you need to test frequently and strictly follow the instructions, wrist is suitable.