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How To Use The Upper Arm Sphygmomanometer

Keep a blood pressure monitor at home It also saves you the trouble of going to the hospital every time to measure

Keep a blood pressure monitor at home

It also saves you the trouble of going to the hospital every time to measure

There are three types of sphygmomanometers on the market today.

Upper arm, wrist, finger

The upper arm electronic sphygmomanometer measures the brachial artery

The measured values are relatively accurate

Ideal for people with diabetes, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension

So how to use the upper arm sphygmomanometer is standardized

to make the measurement results more accurate?

Please see the graphic explanation below 

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1:Powered by battery or power adapter

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2:Insert the tracheal plug into the root of the sphygmomanometer jack

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3:Tie the cuff roll on the bare arm with the trachea towards the fingertips

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The lower edge of the cuff is 2-3 cm away from the center of the elbow, about two finger widths

The tightness is suitable for one finger

The ruler on the cuff can be used as a reference for each roll

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4:Place your elbows on the table with the cuff at the height of your heart

palms up, body relaxed

Please measure in a quiet and relaxed state

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5:Press the [Start/End] button to start the measurement

After the measurement, high pressure, low pressure and pulse rate are displayed

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There are usually two sets of data displayed alternately

A set of values in mmHg

A set of values in kilopascals

Models with a memory button can

Press the [Memory/Recall] button

Store measurement data

At the end of the measurement

Press the [Start/End] button

Precautions

1  When the measured value is in the high blood pressure area, the number flashes for about 6 seconds.

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2  When there are irregular heartbeat prompts and body movement prompts, in order to ensure the accuracy of the measurement, it is recommended that you measure 2~3 times in a quiet state.

3  Take measurements on the same arm at the same time each day.

Typically, it is better to measure three times a day

They are: when you wake up, before lunch, and before going to bed