Just press the button for accurate, reliable blood pressure readings. Standard adult cotton cuff. 0-300mmHg measurement range. Stores up to 99 readings. LCD display shows systolic BP, diastolic BP, pulse rate. Includes zippered carry case. Black cuff, white control unit.
Automatic Blood Pressure Monitors from Extend-ITs.com™.
With an automatic blood pressure monitor you just put the cuff on your arm and press the "Start" button. The computer controller then inflates the cuff, monitors your pulse, measures your blood pressure and shows you the results on the easy to read display. They even automatically store your last blood pressure reading for you so you can monitor your progress.
While manual blood pressure measurement using a separate stethoscope and blood pressure cuff remains the gold standard for clinically accurate blood pressure readings, properly used automatic monitors provide a fast, convenient and acceptably accurate way to measure and monitor your blood pressure at home.
Extend-ITs.com™ has automated blood pressure monitors in several sizes to make regular measuring and recording your blood pressure a snap.
Important Note: Before you begin, make sure that you select the correct size monitor cuff for your arm or for the arm person whose blood pressure you will be measuring. You can measure arm size easily using any flexible tape measure. Having the wrong size cuff, either too large or too small, can result in significantly inaccurate readings - a common problem that can lead to misdiagnosis of elevated blood pressure. According to the American Heart Association, here are the arm sizes for standard blood pressure cuffs:
Unfortunately, while the American Heart Association makes recommendations as to blood pressure cuff size and nomenclature, there is no consistency between manufacturers. Some manufacturers call a "Large Adult" cuff an "XL" or "Extra Large" cuff and some call an "Extra Extra Large" cuff a "XXL" or "Thigh Cuff". Also, there is some overlap between the cuff sizes and in the case of borderline measurements the larger cuff is usually recommended. It can be confusing. Forget the manufacturer's descriptions - ALWAYS measure the arm and then check the actual size of the cuff you are buying to make sure it will properly fit that arm. All Extend-ITs.com™ BP Cuffs include the recommended arm size range in both inches and millimeters so you can choose the best cuff for you or the person whose blood pressure you will be measuring.