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MRP: Rs. 600/-
Only for Omron BP Monitors
MRP: Rs. 4590/-
Large Digital Display, 60 Readings of Memory with date & time
MRP: Rs. 2500/-
Arm Cuff Size is 22-32 cm
Memory for 14 sets of reading.
MRP: Rs. 3740/-
Made in Japan, 5-Year Manufacturer Warranty
MRP: Rs. 3270/-
Optional Power Adapter included. 5-Year Manufacturer Warranty.
MRP: Rs. 3180/-
5-Year Manufacturer Warranty, 60 Memory with Date & Time, Average of Last 3 Readings
MRP: Rs. 4345/-
Comfortable Easy-Fit Large Arm Cuff – Fits arm circumference (22-42 cm)
MRP: Rs. 5030/-
Made in Japan, 5-year Manufacturer Warranty.
MRP: Rs. 860/-
Cuff Size 32-42 cm
Only for Omron BP Monitors
MRP: Rs. 3510/-
Large Digital Display, 30 Readings of Memory
MRP: Rs. 2340/-
Easy, One-Touch Operation
MRP: Rs. 2340/-
Easy, One-Touch Operation, Hypertension Indicator, Body Movement Detection, Irregular Heartbeat Detection.
MRP: Rs. 4010/-
Wide Range Arm Cuff: Fits arm circumference 22-42 cm.
Every adult, especially above the age of 30, should regularly monitor some of the primary health indicators like blood pressure. Measuring blood pressure with an Omron BP Monitor takes merely a couple of minutes. Also it is almost effortless, low-cost, and yet can be lifesaving.
Hypertension is called “silent killer,” since many people would not know that they have it until something untoward happens. Owning an Omron BP Monitor is the only way to detect the salient killer at earlies, and keep an eye on it.
Although hypertension and cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of mortality and morbidity globally, however, specific ethnic groups are more prone to it. South Asians or Indians due to their dietary habits, but perhaps more even due to lack of physical exercise are considered to be at highest risk. Studies in western nations have shown that Indians and South Asians have the highest prevalence of hypertension and cardiovascular diseases.
So how common is the problem? Well, latest Indian research shows that almost one-third (more than 30% of Indians are hypertensive), yes, that is genuinely lots. This statistic does not include the latest recommendation by American Heart Association, according to which another 30% or more of the adult population is borderline (systolic between 120-130, or diastolic between 80-90 mmHg). That means that two-thirds of adults have a pressing reason to measure blood pressure on a regular basis.
Considering the widespread nature of the problem, one simply cannot visit physician’s office each time he or she feels unwell or doubt. Self-monitoring is the most dependable way to know the blood pressure. Moreover, borderline blood pressure needs regular monitoring. Marginal blood pressure is treated with lifestyle changes like exercise, stress management, and low salt intake, and rarely by medications.
Another reason to consider measuring blood pressure at home is that some people may have an occasional rise in blood pressure, rather having a permanent issue. In such cases, home monitoring is the best option.
Measuring blood pressure at home is always more accurate. Most people are not aware of so-called “white coat syndrome.” Research shows that when doctor measures blood pressure, people become more stressed and worried. Hence this is leading to false higher reading and wrong diagnosis of hypertension. While at home, people get more relaxation and thus results more accurate.
Finally, regular monitoring would save you from a heart attack and debilitating or fatal stroke. Cardiovascular diseases are on the rise in India.
So once you have decides to take things into your hands, you may be wondering about what is the best time and how to do it.
When to measure blood pressure:
How to measure blood pressure:
Choosing a right kind of equipment is not big science. Vital is just to consider the manufacturer. Omron is one of the leading manufacturers in the world and is popular for making the most accurate blood pressure machine. Most of the blood pressure measuring devices would also tell about the heart rate. Another thing to consider is the duration of the warranty.
Many people worry about the accuracy of these devices, which is entirely wrong. As already said that measurements taken at home are even more accurate due to the absence of “white coat syndrome.” These devices are calibrated and proven for accuracy.
Though, there is one exception, when mechanical equipment (often used by physicians) may provide more accurate results. That is when a person is suffering from severe arrhythmia (extremely irregular heartbeat), but then most people would know about it in advance if they have the problem of missed beat and so on. Moreover, Omron BP Monitor may, in fact, help in the diagnosis of irregular heart rhythm in some cases.