A blood pressure monitor or Sphygmomanometer is an instrument that is used to check blood pressure by counting the diastolic and systolic pressure of the heart beating and filling with blood.
These medical devices are often used to help control high blood pressure, hypertension, and hypotension. They are ideal for patient and personal care.
Sphygmometers are often used with a stethoscope and consist of an inflatable arm cuff, a measuring unit, and a bulb, valve, or pump to operate the machine either manually or electronically.
Digital blood pressure monitors like HealthSmart store data and send alerts. Wrist blood pressure monitors can record the heart rate and pressure while using exercise equipment. Aneroid sphygmomanometers (mechanical with a dial) are blood pressure monitors ADC that pump by hand. Automatic blood pressure monitors work with the push of a button and are battery operated.
Customers choose products such as the Omron blood pressure monitor because of its attention to detail. The Omron 7 series is considered to be one of the best reviewed home blood pressure monitors to date.