The new algorithm enhances measurement accuracy with a standard deviation of less than 4 mmHg. With a press of a button, the enhanced IntelliSense Technology delivers accurate measurements with comfort and ease of use.
The Enhanced IntelliSense™ Monitor inflates the cuff to the ideal level with each use. No adjustments are required by the user to select an inflation level. This is especially convenient for hypertensive users and for people with certain arrhythmia or heart disorders because their blood pressure is likely to fluctuate.
1. Cuff Wrapping Guide: Guides the user to the right cuff wrap by indicating "OK" to ensure an accurate and reliable blood pressure measurement.
2. Body Movement Detection: Prompts the user to retake measurement when an error is detected due to body movement.
3. Hypertension Indicator: Heartbeat symbol blinks if your systolic or diastolic pressure is outside the standard range (above 135 systolic/85 diastolic mmHg).
4. Irregular Heartbeat Detection: An irregular heartbeat is a heartbeat rhythm that varies by more than 25% from the average heartbeat rhythm detected while the unit is measuring blood pressure.
1. Relax and sit comfortably under a normal room temperature.
2. Insert the air plug into the air jack securely.
3. Place the arm through the cuff loop.
4. Close the fabric fastener firmly.
5. Press the Start button and read the readings.
1. Do not forcibly bend the arm cuff or bend the air tube excessively.
2. Use only the original AC adapter.
3. Do not bundle the adapter during use.
4. Do not place the arm cuff over the thick cloth.
Wait 2-3 minutes before taking another blood pressure measurement. Waiting between readings allows the arteries to return to the condition prior to taking the blood pressure measurement.
Before you purchase a home blood pressure monitor, it’s important to determine the best cuff size for you. To determine your arm size, use a cloth measuring tape and measure the circumference of your left upper arm midway between your elbow and shoulder. Ensuring that the blood pressure cuff is neither too tight nor too loose will help ensure the most accurate readings providing you a more accurate picture of your heart’s health.
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