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Tensoval Wrist Moble Monitor BP VIT is a fully automatic monitor for blood pressure that fits comfortably around the wrist. This monitor is easy to use and comes with an adjustable wrist strap. Suitable for storing data for two users.
Tensoval Mobil Fully Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor
www.hartmann.info.www.tensoval.com.Comfort air technology - the innovative inflation technology for gentle blood pressure measurement through individually adjusted inflation pressure.Accurate results.Simple use.Comfortable measurement.Extended cuff circumference from 12.5 cm to 22.5 cm.Stores 2 x 60 readings and average values each for two users.Batteries for 1,000 measurements included.Extended 3 year warranty.Sturdy hard plastic storage box.
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Tensoval®.Mobil.Fully automatic blood pressure monitor for measurement on the wrist.Quality seal.Clinically validated.BHS protocol.British hypertension society.Hartmann.
10 golden rules for blood pressure measurement.1. Rest for approx. 5 minutes before measurement. Even deskwork increases blood pressure by an average of approx. 6 mmHg systolic and 5 mmHg diastolic.2. Do not consume any coffee or nicotine up to one hour before measurement.3. Do not measure when you have a strong urge to urinate. A full bladder can lead to an increase in blood pressure of approx. 10 mmHg.4. Take measurements from the naked upper arm and while sitting upright.5. In the case of using a wrist monitor, hold the cuff at the level of the heart during the measuring procedure. The cuff of an upper arm monitor automatically finds the correct level at the arm.6. Do not talk or move during the measuring procedure. Talking increases the values by approx. 6 - 7 mmHG.7. Wait at least one minute between two measurements, so that the vessels are relieved from pressure in preparation for a new measurement.8. Enter values in the blood pressure diary: note down the measured values, together with any drugs taken, the date and time in your blood pressure diary.9. Take measurements regularly. Even if your values have improved, you should continue to check them for monitoring purposes.10. Always take measurements at the same time of day. Because a person has approx. 100,000 different blood pressure values every day, individual measurements have no significance. Only regular measurements at the same time each day over a long period of time allow a meaningful evaluation of blood pressure values.Notes:Take note of the date and time when a measurement is taken and enter the higher value (systole) and lower value (diastole), together with the pulse rate, into your blood pressure diary.Measuring blood pressure does not replace treatment or regular check-ups by a physician. Under no circumstances may the prescribed dosage of medicines be altered without a doctor's approval.