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Blood Pressure Monitor BPM150

For Home or Away
Gone are the days of bulky blood pressure monitors and the confusing sphygmomanometer, which only a nurse could use. Duronic blood pressure monitors are designed to be used by anyone in the comfort in their own home. The BPM150 is compact and portable allowing you to carry your personal device everywhere you go, giving you constant access to your blood pressure reading at the press of a button. Additionally, the slanted shape of this machine displays the reading at an upright angle which makes it easier to read at a glance.

Comfortable Medium-Sized Cuff
This blood pressure monitor has a medium-large cuff, which suitable for anyone with an arm circumference of 22 - 42cm, making it comfortable to wear and easy to use by the majority of people. It's easy to put on and fastens securely with rip tape fastening. When taking a reading the cuff will inflate to apply pressure and then when it has obtained the reading it will deflate again releasing your arm.

Easy to Use
The machine has a large display for easy reading of blood pressure and pulse rate results. The most important digits are shown in large text and the least important information is in smaller text. The device can be operated using 3 user-friendly buttons which can easily be understood by reading the manual just once! This device is non-invasive. The cuff will apply a pressure to the arm between 40-230mmHG, and can measure a pulse range between 40-199 beats per minute.

How to Use the BPM150

Take your blood pressure monitor out of it’s soft storage pouch.

Place the machine on a dry flat table in front of you.

Wrap the arm cuff around your upper arm and fasten in place.

Check that the cuff fits snugly but not too tight; you should be able to fit two fingertips underneath the bottom edge.

Ensure that the cuff is positioned 2-3 cm from the crease of your elbow.

Position yourself seated with your arm resting on the table surface.

When you are ready, press the start button.
The BPM150 will then start to inflate the cuff and take your measurement.

The clear digital display will show you the systolic and diastolic readings, as well as what your pulse rate is.