MEDICARE LIFESENSE A2 BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR

Item No. MD638
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The new Medicare® Upper Arm Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor will measure your systolic and diastolic blood pressure as well as your heart rate. This easy to use home monitor uses a comfortable upper arm cuff and all your results can be conveniently read in the LCD panel at the front of the monitor.
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The new Medicare® Upper Arm Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor will measure your systolic and diastolic blood pressure as well as your heart rate. This easy to use home monitor uses a comfortable upper arm cuff and all your results can be conveniently read in the LCD panel at the front of the monitor. Reliable, accurate blood pressure monitors guarantee peace of mind when you need to keep a close check on your blood pressure. Suitable for surgery and home use, our simple-to-use monitors ensure quick, comfortable and accurate readings. We know that precision and consistency are critically important to you in your fight against hypertension, which is why we pursue exceptional performance in every product decision. Whether you’re looking for an upper-arm or wrist type device, we have a wide range of high-quality blood pressure monitors from trusted brands like Omron and Pro-Logic. Our blood pressure management tools combine advanced durability with cutting-edge technology, assuring you of the highest performance every time.

Why is it useful to measure blood pressure at home?
It has been recommended by the Irish Heart Foundation that if you are over the age of 30, you should have your blood pressure checked at least every five years.
To get a proper idea of your real blood pressure, your doctor will find it important that you get readings of blood pressure over a period of time and during different times of the day.

So, when is the best time of day to take your blood pressure?
Doctors generally recommend following the ‘rule of 3’: ♦ 3 times in a row (@ 3-5 minute intervals) ♦ 3 times a day for ♦ 3 days
Because individual blood pressures vary greatly, it is important that you follow your doctor’s instructions when measuring & recording your blood pressure. Normally your blood pressure will rise while at work (exertion) and will be at its lowest during a sleep period. It is better to avoid measuring your blood pressure when you're under stress, have consumed caffeine or used a tobacco product in the past 30 minutes, or have recently exercised. So, taking your blood pressure is best done after you rest for at least 5 minutes.

• Medicare A2 Upper Arm Blood Pressure monitor with simple 1 touch measurement
• Easy to read wide angle display
• Smooth and fast measurements
• Compact design
• Comfortable fit cuff
• Irregular Heart Beat Detection
• 3 users. 40 Memories per user
• Automatically averages last 3 measurements
• Comes with 4 x AAA batteries, Arm Cuff with Tube, Instruction Manual and Storage Pouch
• Cuff range 23 - 33cm (9 - 13in)

Warranty is two years
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