IntelliSense™ M10-IT Blood Pressure Monitor with Morning Hypertension Detection
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- Intellisense: Intellisense technology always assures you customized accurate and comfortable blood pressure measurement
- Dual sized ComfortCuff ® (M-L 22-42 cm)
- Hypertension indicator
- Irregular heartbeat detection
- Body movement detection
- Backlit display
- Memory capacity for 90 readings
- Advanced averaging mode: 3 readings average value within 10
- Validated for use during pregnancy
- Large 3-fold display (Sys/Dia/Pulse)
- Clinical validation (International and BHS Protocol)
- PC connectivity for full printout or to send to healthcare
- 3 year warranty
- Soft storage case
- USB cable
- Software CD (English only)
- User manual and warranty
System Requirements: Software is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7.
Please note: Windows 7 compatible software can be downloaded for free from Omron's website. The software disc supplied with the M10 is not compatible with Windows 7. You can download an updated version for this operating system free of charge from the Omron Healthcare website using the 'Omron Health Management Software BI-Link' link at the bottom of the page.
I purchased this monitor 2-3 weeks ago after being told by my GP that she was concerned about my blood pressure, which she said was much higher than it had been. I had been to the surgery 3 times for BP checks in a period of 6 months. As I said I purchased a monitor from base.com, took my own readings, and made another appointment, taking my readings and the monitor. This morning, at the appointment the doctor accepted that the readings taken at home were usually more reliable than those taken at the surgery and that my BP was no longer a concern. I got her to take readings on my own monitor and the surgery equipment and both were near enough the same, which shows the value of a home reading and also the accuracy of this monitor. In fact the doctor says that home readings would be more a accurate guide due to the patient being under stress during a visit to the surgery.