The ProCare Wrist BP monitor is designed to be a fully automatic, one button operation that is convenient to use for at home blood pressure monitoring or on the go blood pressure monitoring.
Simply wrap the attached blood pressure cuff to your wrist and press the start button. The cuff comfortably fits wrists with a circumference from 5.3" – 7.7".
It's so simple to use, even a child could operate. Simply put it on and press "ON" to start reading. Systolic, diastolic and pulse readings are displayed simultaneously on the LCD screen.
The monitor features a hypertension indicator that provides a comparison to standards set by the World Health Organization.
Stores 90 individual measurements per user, including date, time and average.
Perfect for travelling, and take it with you wherever you go: to work, to the gym or anywhere. Your health
Take control of your health with the ProCare Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor.
Included in Your Purchase
- Blood pressure monitor
- Storage Case
- 2 x AAA Batteries
- Illustrated User Manual in English & Spanish
1Why do my blood pressure results vary from reading to reading?
Published studies show that a given person’s blood pressure can change by up to 20mm within a day, based on activity levels, food/drink intake, stress, etc. The blood pressure is dynamic and varies all the time.
2Why are my readings different at home than at the doctor’s office?
Along with the normal variances of blood pressure daily, there are other factors such as 'White Coat Hypertension,' a blood person’s blood pressure rises above its usual level when it is measured in a doctor’s office or clinical setting.
3What’s the best time to take a measurement?
The best time is in 1 hour after waking up or before going sleep. Try to take readings at the same general times, same arm, same position each day (for example, once in the morning and once at night) for comparison purposes.
4What should I avoid doing before taking a reading?
Avoid eating, drinking alcohol or caffeinated beverages, smoking, exercising or bathing for 30 minutes prior to taking a measurement. It is also best to rest for 15 minutes before starting the measurement.