Maintaining normal blood pressure is a critical aspect of cardiovascular health especially in patients with a history of diabetes. Blood pressure is a measure of the force exerted on the walls of your veins, arteries, and capillaries from circulating blood. High blood pressure creates more strain on your heart and blood vessels potentially damaging them in the process. Properly monitoring your blood pressure can help you accurately assess your risk for hypertension or even more serious complications such as stroke or heart attack.
1. Electronic Measurements of Systolic and Diastolic pressure
The device connects to your device’s Bluetooth and digitally displays the systolic and diastolic pressure for easy accessibility.
2. Measures Pulse
The device not only measures blood pressure but also records pulse or heartbeats per minute. This is another very useful metric when monitoring cardiovascular health. A high resting pulse rate can mean that the heart is having difficulty pumping enough blood and can indicate an abnormality
3. Cuff Position Self-Checking
The blood pressure cuff is labeled and shows you how to align it with your artery. Additionally, the device will indicate if the cuff is placed correctly with a digital symbol. This makes the instrument easy to use and offers a way to ensure that you using the device properly.
4. Irregular Heart Beat (IHB)
Not only can this blood pressure cuff monitor your systolic pressure, diastolic pressure, and pulse rate, but it can also identify an irregular heartbeat. Heartbeat irregularities can be very dangerous as they usually are signs of an underlying heart issue.