A BP Monitor is used to measure how your heart performs to let blood flow in different organs. Blood pressure is measured in units of millimetres of mercury. Omron BP Monitor is a medical device used to detect blood pressure. Not only that, but it also helps in recording irregular heartbeat. The device is easy to use, has a one-touch operation, has a hypertension indicator and provides quick and precise results automatically. It is convenient to use at home and even used by healthcare professionals.
- It is a compact and portable device.
- It is quick and user-friendly.
- Gives accurate and reliable results.
- Allows one-touch operation.
- Easy to set up without any hassle.
- Has a large screen and a better display.
- Hypertension indicator.
It is used to detect the rate of blood pressure and irregular heartbeat.
How to Use
- Wrap the cuff around your upper arm.
- Make sure it fits well and is at heart level.
- Press the button to start the inflation.
- Once the inflation stops, the measurement takes place.
- Check the blood pressure on the display of the monitor.
- Read the label carefully before use.
- Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Always check the expiry date.
1. Should I discuss my readings with my doctor?
Yes, you must always take note and discuss your readings with your doctor. Your doctor will ask about your readings when you visit him or her to discuss health issues.
2. What is the warranty of the product?
Omron HEM-8712 BP Monitor has a warranty of 3 years.
3. How can I check the accuracy of the BP Monitor?
If the systolic blood pressure on your cuff is within 10 points of the monitor, then it's generally accurate. Most of the home blood pressure machines usually last for about two or three years, after which you should check it at your doctor's office annually to make sure it's still working fine.
4. Which is the right way to measure blood pressure?
It is best to measure your blood pressure from your left arm. However, you can use your other arm if your healthcare provider allows you to. Sit in a chair next to a table for 5 to 10 minutes and rest your left arm comfortably at heart level before measuring bp.