Omron Manual Digital Blood Pressure Monitors
require the individual to manually inflates the monitor, which is accomplished by squeezing the bulb to the necessary inflation level. Taking your blood pressure is easy with the lightweight and convenient HEM-432 blood pressure monitor. Simply wrap the cuff around your arm and squeeze the bulb to begin inflation. In seconds, your blood pressure and pulse readings are displayed on the large digital panel. Features of Omron Manual Digital Blood Pressure Monitors, Simple Manual Inflation :
- Clinically proven accuracy.
- Easy to squeeze bulb.
- Adult cuff included fits arms 9 Inches to 13 Inches in circumference.
- Large cuff available separately fits arms 13 Inches to 17 Inches in circumference.
- The HEM-432 has been tested, evaluated and proven to meet the rigorous safety and accuracy standards set by independent organizations.
Taking your blood pressure is easy with the lightweight and convenient Omron HEM-432C Manual Inflation Blood Pressure Monitor . This monitor comes equipped with a standard adult-sized cuff that fits arms nine-to-13 inches in circumference. Simply wrap the cuff around your arm and squeeze the bulb to begin inflation. In a few seconds your blood pressure and pulse readings are displayed on the large digital panel. Omron's monitors are clinically proven for accuracy so you can use the HEM-432C to track your blood pressure and pulse progress as your work towards a healthier lifestyle.Warning
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Instructions for Manual Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitors
There are several easy steps to taking your blood pressure with this monitor. First of all, avoid eating, smoking, and exercising for at least 30 minutes before taking a measurement. Remove tight-fitting clothing from your upper arm, and sit in a chair with your feet flat on the floor. Slide your left arm through the cuff and position the cuff approximately 0.5-inches above the elbow. On the cuff you'll notice a blue marker; position this marker so it is centered on the inside of your arm and aligned with your middle finger. Next, secure the cuff with the closure strip. The cuff should make direct contact with your skin, but you should be able to easily fit your index finger between the cuff and your arm.
Place your arm on a table so that the cuff is positioned at the same level as your heart. Rest comfortably in a relaxed environment for at least 15 minutes prior to taking your blood pressure measurement. Once you feel relaxed, begin inflating the cuff by rapidly squeezing the inflation bulb until you have reached approximately 30-40 mmHg higher than your normal systolic reading. If your normal systolic blood pressure reading is unknown, inflate the cuff to 180 mmHg (never inflate higher than 299 mmHg). When the desired pressure has been achieved, release the inflation bulb. Once inflation stops, the measurement is started. Next, place your arm on a table so the cuff is
positioned at the same level as your heart.
As the cuff deflates, decreasing numbers will appear on the display. When the measurement is complete the Heartbeat symbol stops flashing and your blood pressure and pulse rates are displayed on the screen.
And remember, always consult your physician for specific information about your blood pressure.
The Importance of Home Blood Pressure Monitoring
Doctors, diabetes educators, physician assistants, nurses, and other healthcare professionals all recommend home blood pressure monitoring for various reasons. Home monitoring provides your healthcare professionals with better information to understand and manage your high blood pressure. Many types of hypertension can only be detected by monitoring your blood pressure at home, including:
- #8226; White-Coat Hypertension: blood pressure reading is high in your doctor's office but lower at home .
- • Masked Hypertension: blood pressure reading is low in doctor's office but higher at home
- • Morning Hypertension: blood pressure reading is higher in the morning.
Additionally, many factors can affect your blood pressure, including physical exertion, emotional fluctuations, medications, and stress. So having your blood pressure monitored at a pharmacy with an in-store device after you've been shopping or walking around might not provide you with the most accurate measurement. Monitoring your blood pressure at home allows you achieve a relaxed state more easily, and it gives you the flexibility to take your measurements at various times during the day. By keeping track of your home blood pressure readings, you can provide your healthcare professional with a log of your measurements over time. This can help them evaluate the effectiveness or need for medication.
What's in the Box
Omron HEM-432C blood pressure monitor, inflation bulb, standard arm cuff, and instruction manual.
Shipping Weight : 1.40 lb