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Omron m2 blood pressure monitor £10.00 @ Asda

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Omron m2 blood pressure £10 at asda
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#1
Which Branch?
#2
I've had an Omron BP checker like this for several years: very reliable and battery lasts for ages. Good price so heat added.
#3
in store ?
#4
diabeticguy
in store ?
Usually only in store pharmacy.
#5
No details, proof or even which store?
#6
if its legit, good deal! online from other retailers @ £20
#7
It is in asda leyton store
#8
in asda leyton e10
#9
in store asda leyton e10
#10
Curious about these.

I had to travel abroad for my company recently - so had to have a company medical. Our occupational health nurse chose to take my BP using the 'traditional' way with a stethoscope - despite there being an Omron BP checker on her desk (calibrated the previous week).

Why?

Well, apparently she wasn't convinced about the accuracy of the Omron. To show me, she did a BP check both ways...

Her measurement: 136 / 80
Omron measurement: 150 / 97
4 Likes #11
nannyhoo
No details, proof or even which store?

calm down, think of your blood pressure
1 Like #12
hotmik
nannyhoo
No details, proof or even which store?
calm down, think of your blood pressure

But think how cheap it is to check it also X)
#13
It has been £10 with Asda before so it's not surprising they've knocked it back down again.
1 Like #14
knobbly
Curious about these.

I had to travel abroad for my company recently - so had to have a company medical. Our occupational health nurse chose to take my BP using the 'traditional' way with a stethoscope - despite there being an Omron BP checker on her desk (calibrated the previous week).

Why?

Well, apparently she wasn't convinced about the accuracy of the Omron. To show me, she did a BP check both ways...

Her measurement: 136 / 80
Omron measurement: 150 / 97

She's using an analog sphygmomanometer. The stethoscope is used in the process but not necessarily - they can go off your pulse aswell.

The digital meters doesn't measure your BP directly - it's calculate based on parameters using a data pool.

Somebody who has a condition eg astherlorosis may have non-standard parameters so the calculation can be off.

The analogue method should be more accurate but they have to be able to hear the whooshing (thus steth) or feel pulse change to note reading - so is somewhat dependant on the nurse/Dr.In the right hands it gives reading with greater confidence from what little you've said I'd trust her measurement more.. but would be good if you can bring that down a tad through diet / exercise etc :)

Edited By: JamesSmith on Jan 01, 2015 21:06
#15
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money
3 Likes #16
seanjames
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money

Yes free BP tests a true bargain - tie up your GP surgery nearing collapse due to strain and make taxpayer expend many times the cost - but a saving is a saving and it's £10 in YOUR back pocket !!

BWILLAINT :p
#17
bargain
#18
hotmik
nannyhoo
No details, proof or even which store?

calm down, think of your blood pressure


hahahaha
1 Like #19
seanjames
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money


what a waste of time that would be for both parties.
#20
Heat Sink
seanjames
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money


what a waste of time that would be for both parties.


Not at all, a regular check up with your GP or nurse makes sense, they can pick up on things that you may well miss.
#21
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Heat Sink
seanjames
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money

what a waste of time that would be for both parties.

Not at all, a regular check up with your GP or nurse makes sense, they can pick up on things that you may well miss.

You mean like, blood pressure that can be easily recording at home with a £10 meter. Stuff like that?
#22
JamesSmith
Inactive
Heat Sink
seanjames
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money


what a waste of time that would be for both parties.


Not at all, a regular check up with your GP or nurse makes sense, they can pick up on things that you may well miss.


You mean like, blood pressure that can be easily recording at home with a £10 meter. Stuff like that?



A regular check up could show up far more than just blood pressure problems.
#23
I have one of these and it's worth the money. The battery last for years. Voted hot even I don't need to buy one now.
#24
I have one of these and it's worth the money. The battery last for years. Voted hot even I don't need to buy one.
#25
seanjames
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money

Ever heard of "white coat syndrome"?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_coat_hypertension

Many people's readings at their GP's surgery are unnervingly high for this reason so if you're worried about hypertension, I'd thoroughly recommend getting one of these are your home readings will be far more accurate; you can also take multiple readings and work out the average to eliminate the occasionally error.
#26
UncleWilly
seanjames
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money
Ever heard of "white coat syndrome"?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_coat_hypertension
Many people's readings at their GP's surgery are unnervingly high for this reason so if you're worried about hypertension, I'd thoroughly recommend getting one of these are your home readings will be far more accurate; you can also take multiple readings and work out the average to eliminate the occasionally error.
ive heard of it yes turn up 15 minutes before your appointment should help
#27
UncleWilly
seanjames
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money


Ever heard of "white coat syndrome"?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_coat_hypertension

Many people's readings at their GP's surgery are unnervingly high for this reason so if you're worried about hypertension, I'd thoroughly recommend getting one of these are your home readings will be far more accurate; you can also take multiple readings and work out the average to eliminate the occasionally error.


My GP loans out BP Monitors for a week for home use, they then review the weeks readings.

A far more dependable solution.
#28
seanjames
UncleWilly
seanjames
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money
Ever heard of "white coat syndrome"?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_coat_hypertension
Many people's readings at their GP's surgery are unnervingly high for this reason so if you're worried about hypertension, I'd thoroughly recommend getting one of these are your home readings will be far more accurate; you can also take multiple readings and work out the average to eliminate the occasionally error.
ive heard of it yes turn up 15 minutes before your appointment should help

So not only using up nurses time, but also clogging up waiting room ? Tsk tsk !! ;)
#29
JamesSmith
seanjames
UncleWilly
seanjames
see your gp and get free bp checks this is a waste of money
Ever heard of "white coat syndrome"?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_coat_hypertension
Many people's readings at their GP's surgery are unnervingly high for this reason so if you're worried about hypertension, I'd thoroughly recommend getting one of these are your home readings will be far more accurate; you can also take multiple readings and work out the average to eliminate the occasionally error.
ive heard of it yes turn up 15 minutes before your appointment should help
So not only using up nurses time, but also clogging up waiting room ? Tsk tsk !! ;)
loads of room in my doctors waiting room
#30
As a pharmacist I feel it is important that people are aware of their blood pressure and also monitor it regularly. Heart disease is one of the biggest killers in the UK. £10 is a small price to pay to help to identify one of the contributing factors to such a serious condition and help keep your family healthy. I like many other pharmacists would gladly advise patients about the impact high blood pressure can have , simple ways you can reduce it and information about the medication that the doctors may prescribe.
#31
Lot of stock in LEYTON STONEhttp://i62.tinypic.com/71gtu9.jpg
#32
got one asda Southend
#33
Lots on a display stand at ASDA Benton

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