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Quick, Accurate Blood Pressure Monitoring!

Maintain your body’s wellness with a HoMedics manual or automatic blood pressure monitor. Our wrist and arm blood pressure monitors use Smart Measure™ Technology to measure your blood pressure safely, easily, and accurately.
Full Description
This fully automatic wrist blood pressure monitor offers everything you need for comfortable, quick, accurate blood pressure monitoring.

A user switch allows you to change from user A to B to enable readings to be saved for two inpidual users

With Supersize Digits™, Smart Measure™ Technology and Risk Category Index this is the ultimate product for reading getting a good reading of your blood pressure.



High blood pressure is a very common condition in modern society. It has been estimated that one in five people suffer from high blood pressure. In general more men than women have high blood pressure, and the number of sufferers of both genders increases rapidly with age. There are a number of factors such as age, obesity, stress, smoking and lack of exercise that can contribute to the likelihood of a person developing high blood pressure but usually no one cause is directly responsible. The majority of people with high blood pressure experience no symptoms, but if left untreated high blood pressure can lead to major health problems. Consequently the monitoring of blood pressure is vitally important in order to detect cases of high blood pressure and treat them early before health problems can develop. Blood pressure is given as a reading of Systolic pressure over diastolic pressure: Typical values for a resting, healthy adult human are approximately 120 mmHg systolic and 80 mmHg diastolic (written as 120/80 mmHg, and spoken as "one twenty over eighty"). In adults, measurements below 140 systolic and 90 diastolic are considered healthy, whereas pressures higher than 160/95 are considered unhealthy.



Details



•Type: Wrist
•Digit Size: 10mm
•Measurement: Oscillometric
•WHO (World Health Organisation) Indicator: No
•Irregular Heartbeat Detector: No
•Recalibration Technology: No
•Risk Category Indicator: No
•Memory: 50
•Number of Users: 2
•Date & Time Stamp: Yes
•Memory Average Function: Yes
•AM/PM Memory Average Function: No
•Arm Cuff: N/A
•Batteries Included: Yes
•Storage Case: Yes
•Auto-off: Yes
•One touch operation: Yes
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#1
http://cdn.dealtastic.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/h/o/homedics_blood_2.jpg
banned#2
Plus £1.99 delivery.... so £7.08
#3
hmmmnice111
Plus £1.99 delivery.... so £7.08
i have changed the price to include delivery cheers
#4
Code 'quidco15' also works, plus 10% cash back via quidco or 10.1% via TCB.
#5
seems a good deal - ordered thanks :)
#6
Good deal! How many days does it take for standard shipping ?
#7
Bad reviews on Google shopping. Your text here
1 Like #8
Good price so hot, but docs tells me the upper arm ones are far more accurate!?
#9
Ordered - thanks!

Some reviews here

Edited By: Cupboardman on May 06, 2011 22:03: url
#10
Sadly the deal was alive for only 1 minute. It says:"* This product is currently out of stock."
Expired but would be very hot.
#11
These are ****. Get a manual kit and learn how to do it yourself, far more accurate.
#12
out of stock
#13
londonstinks
These are ****. Get a manual kit and learn how to do it yourself, far more accurate.


Some stupid guys have invented a tool called "Aeroplane" to travel from one country to another oO why don't they just pick a road map and start walking.. one day they will reach hopefully :D
#14
Good post - heat, but out of stock
#15
Good price, but how accurate is it ?
I think londonstinks has a point, unless you just want to see a trend. All the cheap ones ive seen give don't appear to be accurate..
#16
As a healthcare professional, I wouldn't like to rely on the accuracy of any wrist monitors. The old mercury filled machines were very accurate when used in conjunction with a 'trained ear' - the upper arm models can be a bit hit and miss, but, some models seem to preform quite well - Omron seems to be favoured in many surgeries / hospitals. Healthcare facilities check the calibration of their monitors on a regular basis to ensure accuracy.The large 'dial' types used in many A&E departments cost a fortune! Upper arm models can, when used correctly, provide useful information regarding one's hypertension, but, should always be used in conjunction with regular visits to a professional - which also allows you to check the accuracy of your 'home' readings.
#17
The GP's at my health centre all use the exact same Omron wrist monitor that I have at home which cost about £70 from a Tesco instore chemist.

Interestingly, one of the GP's applies the monitor the wrong way round with the display facing him when it clearly says in the instructions that it should be facing the patient. I'll remind him next time. (_;)
#18
I've been comparing a Lloyds wrist type and an Omron upper arm one over the past few weeks and the wrist one always gives readings a few points lower than the Omron one, I was aware that the wrist type weren't as accurate!
#19
mRActivate8
londonstinks
These are ****. Get a manual kit and learn how to do it yourself, far more accurate.


Some stupid guys have invented a tool called "Aeroplane" to travel from one country to another oO why don't they just pick a road map and start walking.. one day they will reach hopefully :D


That's the poorest analogy I've ever read, seriously man. I just finished an 8 week placement on a coronary care unit as a student nurse and the manual blood pressure would always be used when the machines were giving a reading that just didn't look right.
#20
londonstinks
mRActivate8
londonstinks
These are ****. Get a manual kit and learn how to do it yourself, far more accurate.


Some stupid guys have invented a tool called "Aeroplane" to travel from one country to another oO why don't they just pick a road map and start walking.. one day they will reach hopefully :D


That's the poorest analogy I've ever read, seriously man. I just finished an 8 week placement on a coronary care unit as a student nurse and the manual blood pressure would always be used when the machines were giving a reading that just didn't look right.


You said it.. not every one is a nurse or a GP to use manual blood pressure (_;).. Having said that I didn't like wrist blood pressure either, the one I prefer is upperarm one, even my GP uses that, have you ever seen a GP using manual blood pressure ?? I have seen the unit in their office but they never use.

I might agree the fact this can be used as a training for nurse as if automatic fails you have to rely on manual ones



Edited By: mRActivate8 on May 07, 2011 15:26
#21
get the upper arm monitor, more accurate
#22
Doctors don't use wrist BP monitors for one good reason ---- they're rubbish.
#23
You can still order this as I just did it.

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