Product DescriptionFeel the pulse of health! The BPM-50W allows you to monitor your vital blood pressure and pulse rate readings while providing you with the knowledge you need to maintain and improve your health. This automation blood pressure monitor is equipped with 2 user storage profiles, which makes it easy to store and organize readings. Measurements taken are stored in the correct user's profile by simply pressing the user's number icon. Results of the measurements will display with the corresponding backlight color in accordance with the classification of the blood pressure by the American Heart Association. Measurements are taken through a fast and easy process using Measure and Inflate technology. The BPM-50W records up to 120 blood pressure readings, 60 readings per user, with date and time memory recall. It also calculates and averages your blood pressure based on the last 3 readings and detects irregular heartbeats and any arrhythmias. The MeasuPro blood pressure monitor ships with 2 AAA batteries (included), cuff fits wrist circumference of 13.5 cm - 21.5 cm, user manual. 2-year manufacturer's warranty included
My ThoughtsI like the wrist monitor way better than the arm cuff. One of my arms has scar tissue in it and it hurts too much to check blood pressure in that arm and I have fat arms so the cuffs never fit right and always squeeze too tight. With the wrist monitor, it feels so much better getting my blood pressure checked. The readings were in the same range as with my arm cuff. Of course, I thought I needed an emergency room visit when I first tried this because I didn't read the instructions and had it on backwards which apparently causes a high high reading. lol. If you have bigger arms and can't find a good blood pressure monitor, I recommend this BPM-50W wrist monitor.
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