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Combination of Home Blood Pressure Monitoring & Doctor Visits Keeps the Numbers You Need to Know in Check
Date:1/18/2011

me Blood Pressure Monitoring While home blood pressure monitoring sounds easy enough, Dr. Rajiv Agarwal of Indiana University's School of Medicine has likened blood pressure monitors to exercise treadmills.  He notes that while, "people may buy them with good intentions, how they use them is what matters(5)." Omron Healthcare has been committed to developing not only validated monitors, but monitors that fit all lifestyles, and this is especially important for people searching for a monitor they can easily use.

Omron has developed a new classification system called the Series (3, 5, 7 and 10) which further details what benefits the product will provide.  The Series is divided into four different categories which feature both upper arm and wrist blood pressure monitors throughout:  Quick and Easy (3 Series, 5 Series), Precision and Comfort (7 Series), Advanced Features and Information (10 Series), and Convenient and Portable (3 Series Wrist, 7 Series Wrist).

Advanced monitors in the latest Series include innovative technology featuring:

  • Calibration Check – Dual sensors which automatically double check each blood pressure reading, providing added reassurance that every reading is accurate
  • Cuff Wrap Guide – A visual indicator confirms the cuff has been wrapped correctly on your arm.  The blood pressure monitor will not continue with a reading until the cuff is wrapped securely
  • Heart Guide Technology – This feature is found exclusively on the Omron wrist blood pressure monitors.  The feature ensures an accurate reading every time by utilizing a unique positioning sensor that automatically confirms the cuff is level with the user's heart.  

  • Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Made EasyThe best way to keep track of your blood pressure accurately is regularly monitoring between doctor's visits, and now Omron is making it easier th
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