wrist blood pressure Monitor
Key Features Of Omron R6 Wrist
Blood Pressure Monitor
Clinically validated positioning sensor (APS). Wrong handling of a wrist monitor
is the main reason for wrong results. Wrist monitors need to be kept at the heart
level throughout the measurement. With the patented APS (Advanced Positioning
System) now the main reason for questionnable results is eliminated.
The device guides the user on how to use the device right. This increases acccuracy
as a recently published study has proven. (Comparison of the Omron HEM-637 wrist
monitor to the auscultation method with the wrist position sensor on or disabled.
As irregular pulses (e.g. arrhythmic pulses) can disturb
the measurement, this could cause false results. A unique algorithm detects the
measurement quality and assures that only valid results are displayed. If there
were irregular pulses detected, those are indicated.
The unique Intellisense
algorithm makes the measurement as quick as possible.
Cuff fits 13.5 to 21.5 cm wrists
Memory capacity for 90 readings
Memory has date and time stamp
Large display showing blood pressure and pulse
Sensor (APS), ensures accurate positioning resulting in accurate measurements
Irregular Pulse Detection: shows if irregular pulses are detected
and only displays reliable results
Clinically validated (International