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Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor - Health Works - Buy 1 Get 2 FREE thats 3 machines for £14.99 Delivered cheapest online @ Chemist4u
Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor - Health Works - Buy 1 Get 2 FREE thats 3 machines for £14.99 Delivered cheapest online  @ Chemist4u

Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor - Health Works - Buy 1 Get 2 FREE thats 3 machines for £14.99 Delivered cheapest online @ Chemist4u

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Simple and easy to operate, this unit provides a measurement at the press of a button. It is used for Systolic and diastolic blood pressure and pulse measurement. Technical Specifications: * Clinically tested and validated * EU standards: A test IEC60601-1, EN 60601-1-2:2001 IEC, CE 0197 * Fully-automatic * Enclosed mobile model * Measuring range: 0-300 mmHg, blood pressure, heart rate 40-199/min * Accuracy: pressure ± 3 mmHg, pulse ± 5% of reading * Memory banks are 3 pieces: 40 most recent measurement / banking * Battery life measurements 250 * Weight 140 g

You cant buy a non branded one cheaper! and this one is health works., very good price if you need one.

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One for the left wrist, one for the right wrist and one for ????.
Seriously though I bought a wrist monitor and my Doctor stated that the upper arm monitors were by far more accurate in their readings.

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rich42fl

One for the left wrist, one for the right wrist and one for … One for the left wrist, one for the right wrist and one for ????.Seriously though I bought a wrist monitor and my Doctor stated that the upper arm monitors were by far more accurate in their readings.



Since when did doctors know what they were talking about these days? lol they tell me alsorts and i dont believe any of what they tell me these days, they all say something different, even the paramedic that came out to me on a 999 call said doctors were useless these days. :-)

here read this about accuracy of these devices as you are right in what your saying but these do work;

mayoclinic.com/hea…839


Edited by: "dvhendo" 11th Aug 2010

dvhendo

One for the left wrist, one for the right wrist and one for ????



I don't like to brag but....er....um....eh....you know!

rich42fl

even the paramedic that came out to me on a 999 call said doctors were … even the paramedic that came out to me on a 999 call said doctors were useless these days. :-)



Paramedic - Definition : "A person who wasn't good enough to become a real doctor" - Source : Dr Cox!

If you do get one (or three,) get your blood pressure checked at the doctors so you can compare results. Usually the ones at the doctors are checked every so often to make sure their accurate. Its just that I bought a cheap one and it was way off. I now use an Omron monitor and its always close to the doctors and hospitals reading.

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dvhendo

One for the left wrist, one for the right wrist and one for ????

rich42fl

even the paramedic that came out to me on a 999 call said doctors were … even the paramedic that came out to me on a 999 call said doctors were useless these days. :-)



I completely disagree! paramedics are better than Doctors.

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darul

If you do get one (or three,) get your blood pressure checked at the … If you do get one (or three,) get your blood pressure checked at the doctors so you can compare results. Usually the ones at the doctors are checked every so often to make sure their accurate. Its just that I bought a cheap one and it was way off. I now use an Omron monitor and its always close to the doctors and hospitals reading.



Your blood pressure will always read different though... mine always has, and even when the doctors take it, its almost different on every reading... maybe its just me, lol

HOW TO USE YOUR MONITOR;

Don't eat, smoke, or exercise for at least 30 minutes before you take your blood pressure. And don't use any medicines that can raise blood pressure, such as certain nasal sprays.
Rest at least 5 minutes before you take a reading. Sit in a comfortable, relaxed position. Don't move or talk while you are measuring your blood pressure.
Try not to take your blood pressure if you are nervous or upset.
If you can, use the same arm for every reading. Readings may be 10 to 20 mm Hg different between your right arm and your left arm.
Edited by: "dvhendo" 11th Aug 2010

dvhendo

Your blood pressure will always read different though... mine always has, … Your blood pressure will always read different though... mine always has, and even when the doctors take it, its almost different on every reading... maybe its just me, lol


Do it at the doctors at the same time, Just tell the Dr why you want to do it!

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darul

Do it at the doctors at the same time, Just tell the Dr why you want to … Do it at the doctors at the same time, Just tell the Dr why you want to do it!



Yer, i had mine checked not so long ago when i was in hospital, im not buying one of these as i dont need one, but its a good price... very good.

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Here this might be helpful for someone;

Using an electronic (digital) blood pressure monitor
Sit with your arm slightly bent and resting comfortably on a table so that your upper arm is on the same level as your heart.
Wrap the blood pressure cuff around your bare upper arm. The lower edge of the cuff should be about 1 in. (2.5 cm) above the bend of your elbow. See a picture of where to place a blood pressure cuff.
Press the on/off button.
Wait until the ready-to-measure "heart" symbol appears next to zero in the display window.
Press the start button. The cuff will inflate.
After a few seconds, the cuff will begin to deflate. The numbers on the screen will begin to drop.
When the measurement is complete, the heart symbol stops flashing. The numbers tell you your blood pressure and pulse.[/i]

OP, thanks for this great deal. Just ordered. will give the extra two as gifts to my family members.
A small note: for this delivery cost is £3 unless you spend more than £30.
Edited by: "rock2007" 11th Aug 2010

They're asking me for 6 quid for delivery cost to N.Ireland.


stickyricky

They're asking me for 6 quid for delivery cost to N.Ireland.


so this would cost you £7 per item which is still very cheap. Unless you have some use for the extra 2 sets you get, this may not be a hot deal.

Why not give them to friends and family?

Let's hope dvhendo is better after his hospital trip, unless it was to visit someone! Was a great deal!
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