Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor HEM-6121 Basic

Affordable solution for users who want to carry blood pressure monitor out of home.

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Overview

Features

Specification

Cuff Wrapping Guide

Provides a confirmation to user that cuff is wrapped correctly

Detects irregular heartbeat

Hypertension Indicator

For easy interpretation of blood pressure readings. Heartbeat symbol will Blink when systolic/ diastolic is outside standard range

30 Memory

What is Intellisense?

Intellisense Blood Pressure Monitors - Bio-information sensing technology for Accuracy, Comfort and Ease of use.


The IntelliSenseā„¢ Monitor inflates the cuff to the ideal level with each use. No adjustments are required by the user to select an inflation level. This is especially convenient for hypertensive users and for people with certain arrhythmia or heart disorders, because their blood pressure is likely to fluctuate. The advantage is Personalized Inflation for maximum comfort.


Features of Omron Intellisense BPM

  • Fully automatic
  • Personalised inflation level, no pain and discomfort
  • Quick deflation release valve for speedy measurement
  • Clear & large LCD display for easy reading
  • User friendly operation with large button

Cuff Wrapping Guide.

: Cuff has been wrapped correctly.


: Cuff is incorrectly wrapped. Rewrapped cuff.


Irregular Heartbeat detection

1. If the measurement results are affected by irregular heartbeats but the result is valid, the result is shown together with the irregular heartbeat symbol.

2. If the irregular heartbeats cause the measurement to be invalid, no result is shown.

3. If the irregular heartbeat symbol is shown after you have taken a measurement, repeat the measurement

Hypertension Indicator

If your systolic or diastolic pressure is outside the standard range, the heartbeat symbol will blink when the measurement result is displayed. Recent studies* suggest that systolic or diastolic above 135 systolic/ 85 diastolic mmHg indicate high blood pressure.

*Source: American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines for BP monitoring, Ohaasama Study