Blood Pressure Monitor

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Model Number-NH-45836

Brand Niche Healthcare


A blood pressure monitor is a medical device used to measure the force of blood against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps it around the body. Blood pressure is expressed as two values: systolic pressure (the pressure when the heart beats) and diastolic pressure (the pressure when the heart is at rest between beats). Blood pressure is typically measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg).

Here’s how a typical blood pressure monitor works:

Cuff Inflation: The blood pressure monitor usually consists of an inflatable cuff that is wrapped around the upper arm. The cuff is connected to the monitor itself.

Pressure Measurement: The cuff is inflated to a pressure higher than the expected systolic pressure, cutting off the blood flow temporarily.

Pressure Release: The pressure in the cuff is then slowly released, and the monitor detects the sounds of blood returning to the arteries. The first sound heard is the systolic pressure, and the point where the sounds disappear is the diastolic pressure.

Display: The monitor displays the systolic and diastolic blood pressure readings on a digital screen.

Recording and Memory: Many modern blood pressure monitors have memory functions that allow users to store and track their blood pressure readings over time. This feature is helpful for individuals monitoring their blood pressure regularly or for sharing information with healthcare providers.

It’s important to note the following when using a blood pressure monitor:

Proper Positioning: It’s crucial to position the cuff at heart level and follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for proper usage.

Quiet Environment: It’s recommended to measure blood pressure in a quiet environment, as external noise can affect the accuracy of the readings.

Regular Monitoring: For individuals with hypertension (high blood pressure) or other cardiovascular conditions, regular monitoring at home can be important to track changes and provide valuable information to healthcare providers.

If you’re using a blood pressure monitor at home, it’s advisable to have your technique validated by a healthcare professional and to follow their guidance on monitoring frequency. If you have concerns about your blood pressure or if readings are consistently high, it’s essential to consult with a healthcare provider for a more comprehensive assessment and guidance on management.


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Main Parameters
Style: Arm style
Display: Digital liquid crystal display
Measurement Mode: Oscillometric method
Measurement Range: Pressure: 0kPa-37.33kPa (0mmHg-280mmHg)
Pulse: 40-199 times/min
Accuracy: Static pressure: ±0.4kPa (±3mmHg)
Pulse: within ±5%
Resolution: 0.1kPa (1mmHg)
Power Supply: DC6V (1.5V for AAA batteries)
Storage Condition: Temperature: -20-55℃
Humidity: ≤93%RH
Operation Condition: Temperature: 5-40℃
Humidity: ≤80%RH
Weight: About 210g (exclude batteries)
Dimension: 126mmx106mmx65mm (L*W*H)


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