BW 315 Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor

BW 315 Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor

120 memory slots for each of 2 users

 

 

Recommended Price HK$ 398.00

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Description

BW 315 Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor
MDD
Medical Device Directive certified medical device
Blood pressure classification
Measurements classified according to evaluation system using a traffc-light scale
Display items
Traffic-light colour scale, systolic, diastolic, pulse, date, time
Irregular heartbeat display
Extra large display
Easy-to-read display (digit in 22mm height)
Memory slots
90 memory slots for each of 2 users
Calculates average value of all stored data
Wrist circumference 12.5-21.5 cm
BW 315 Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor
MDD
Medical Device Directive certified medical device
Blood pressure classification
Measurements classified according to evaluation system using a traffc-light scale
Display items
Traffic-light colour scale, systolic, diastolic, pulse, date, time
Irregular heartbeat display
Extra large display
Easy-to-read display (digit in 22mm height)
Memory slots
90 memory slots for each of 2 users
Calculates average value of all stored data
Wrist circumference 12.5-21.5 cm
Ischemic Heart Disease
In global, IHD (Ischemic Heart Disease) affects around 126 million individuals (1,655 per 100,000), which is approximately 1.72% of the world’s population. Nine million deaths were caused by IHD globally.   In study, men were more commonly affected than women, and incidence typically started in the fourth decade and increased with age.   The global prevalence of IHD is rising. It is estimated that the current prevalence rate of 1,655 per 100,000 population is expected to exceed 1,845 by the year 2030.
Ischemic Heart Disease
In global, IHD (Ischemic Heart Disease) affects around 126 million individuals (1,655 per 100,000), which is approximately 1.72% of the world’s population. Nine million deaths were caused by IHD globally.   In study, men were more commonly affected than women, and incidence typically started in the fourth decade and increased with age.   The global prevalence of IHD is rising. It is estimated that the current prevalence rate of 1,655 per 100,000 population is expected to exceed 1,845 by the year 2030.
Do you know Preeclampsia?
PREECLAMPSIA is a pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure and signs of damage to another organ system, most often the liver and kidneys.

PREECLAMPSIA usually begins after the 20th week of pregnancy or after giving birth.

Left untreated, PREECLAMPSIA can lead to serious — even fatal — complications for both you and your baby.
Do you know Preeclampsia?
PREECLAMPSIA is a pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure and signs of damage to another organ system, most often the liver and kidneys.   PREECLAMPSIA usually begins after the 20th week of pregnancy or after giving birth.   Left untreated, PREECLAMPSIA can lead to serious — even fatal — complications for both you and your baby.
Blood Pressure Classification
The traffic-color scale on Medisana Blood Pressure Monitor indicates your blood pressure level which is very easy to understand.
Stage 3
Hypertension emergency
SYS 130 ~ 139 mmHg
DIA 85 ~ 89 mmHg
High-Normal
blood pressure
SYS 130 ~ 139 mmHg
DIA 85 ~ 89 mmHg
Stage 2
Moderate hypertension
SYS 120 ~ 129 mmHg
DIA 80 ~ 84 mmHg
Normal
blood pressure
SYS 120 ~ 129 mmHg
DIA 80 ~ 84 mmHg
Stage 1
Mild hypertension
SYS < 120 mmHg
DIA < 80 mmHg
Optima
blood pressure
SYS < 120 mmHg
DIA < 80 mmHg
Blood Pressure Classification
The traffic-color scale on Medisana Blood Pressure Monitor indicates your blood pressure level which is very easy to understand.
Stage 3
Hypertension emergency
SYS 130 ~ 139 mmHg
DIA 85 ~ 89 mmHg
High-Normal
blood pressure
SYS 130 ~ 139 mmHg
DIA 85 ~ 89 mmHg
Stage 2
Moderate hypertension
SYS 120 ~ 129 mmHg
DIA 80 ~ 84 mmHg
Normal
blood pressure
SYS 120 ~ 129 mmHg
DIA 80 ~ 84 mmHg
Stage 1
Mild hypertension
SYS < 120 mmHg
DIA < 80 mmHg
Optima
blood pressure
SYS < 120 mmHg
DIA < 80 mmHg
Different type of Hypertension
Primary Hypertension
About 90% of patients with hypertension are primary hypertension, the cause of which is unknown, generally related to genetics, mental stress and obesity.

Secondary Hypertension
Mainly caused by other diseases or changes in the body, such as kidney disease and endocrine disorders.

Coat Hypertension
More commonly known as white coat syndrome, is a phenomenon in which people exhibit a blood pressure level above the normal range, in a clinical setting, although they do not exhibit it in other settings.
Different type of Hypertension
Primary Hypertension
About 90% of patients with hypertension are primary hypertension, the cause of which is unknown, generally related to genetics, mental stress and obesity.

Secondary Hypertension
Mainly caused by other diseases or changes in the body, such as kidney disease and endocrine disorders.

Coat Hypertension
More commonly known as white coat syndrome, is a phenomenon in which people exhibit a blood pressure level above the normal range, in a clinical setting, although they do not exhibit it in other settings.
To Measure Blood Pressure Correctly
Slip the cuff over the bare left upper arm just above the elbow approx. 2 cm distance. Ensure the cuff is not too tight and space inside should be 2-fingers wide.
The tube should run along the center of the inner arm towards the palm of hand.
Relax your body and rest your arm lightly on table. Don’t move or talk during measurement. Measurement takes place at heart level.
Using the same arm for measurement, usually the left arm.
Make sure you are in a comfortable and relaxed position. Do not tighten arm muscles during measurement (any pressure can result in an incorrect reading).

If the cuff is too loose or not adhered well, it will cause erroneous readings.

If the measurement is performed continuously, it should be separated by several minutes to allow the accumulated blood to flow away.
To Measure Blood Pressure Correctly
Slip the cuff over the bare left upper arm just above the elbow approx. 2 cm distance. Ensure the cuff is not too tight and space inside should be 2-fingers wide.
The tube should run along the center of the inner arm towards the palm of hand.
Relax your body and rest your arm lightly on table. Don’t move or talk during measurement. Measurement takes place at heart level.
Using the same arm for measurement, usually the left arm.
Make sure you are in a comfortable and relaxed position. Do not tighten arm muscles during measurement (any pressure can result in an incorrect reading).
If the cuff is too loose or not adhered well, it will cause erroneous readings.
If the measurement is performed continuously, it should be separated by several minutes to allow the accumulated blood to flow away.

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