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Braun BUA6150 ExactFit 3 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor - £37.50 (Free Collection) @ Argos

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Clinically proven professional accuracy following European Society for Hypertension method. Colour-coded guide on the screen for quick and easy data interpretation (based on World Health Organization's guidelines). 2 cuffs sizes for best accuracy and more comfort (included in the box). Option to check the last 3 measurments average for improved control. Supports 2 users: 2x40 memories.

  • You can use Braun ExactFit 3 together with the Braun Healthy Heart app with MANUAL entry, to track your progress over time. The app provides you access to your data, anytime, anywhere, giving you the ability to share it with your doctor.
  • Colour-coded screen guide for quick and easy interpretation of your blood pressure readings.
  • 40 memories showing date and time of reading.
  • Irregular heartbeat detector.
  • Batteries required: 4 x AA batteries included.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 4022167116505.
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    Good if you will make use of the app link functions. I have an Omron one and it’s spot on and it’s the same brand my local doctors use

    With these blood pressure monitors, make sure you read the instructions CAREFULLY. If you do it wrong or put it in the wrong place the results aren’t accurate
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    Does anyone know the cuff sizes this comes with?
    small 22/32 cm and large 32/42 cm
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    • Impact on prevalence—22% of adults worldwide have mild hypertension (systolic pressure 140-159 mm Hg) and 13.5% have a systolic pressure ≥160 mm Hg
    • Studies suggest over half of people with mild hypertension are treated with drugs even though this approach has not been proved to decrease mortality or morbidity. Overemphasis on drug treatment risks adverse effects, such as increased risk of falls, and misses opportunities to modify individual lifestyle choices and tackle lifestyle factors at a public health level.