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Omron HEM 637 blood pressure Monitor

Taking your blood pressure is easy with the portable wrist monitor. Simply wrap the cuff around the wrist, and press START. In seconds, your blood pressure and pulse are displayed on the large digital panel.

  • Clinically proven accuracy
  • 21 memory recall with date and time stamp
  • Carrying case included
  • 2 "AAA" batteries included
  • 5 year warranty

HEM-629N2 $60.00

Price and availability subject to change without notice

Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor with Advanced Positioning Sensor (A.P.S.)

(HEM-637)

With the A.P.S. system, this wrist unit will ensure correct cuff placement, before your blood pressure is taken. Simply wrap the cuff around the wrist, press START, and let the A.P.S. system guide the cuff to the proper placement at heart level. In seconds, your blood pressure and pulse are displayed on the large digital panel.

  • A.P.S. confirms monitor is at proper position
  • 90 memory recall
  • Automatically graphs readings in memory
  • IntelliSense technology helps ensure accurate and comfortable readings

HEM-637 $112.00

Portable Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor with IntelliSense

(HEM-650)

HEM-650

IntelliSense Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor With Advanced Positioning Sensor
90 Memory
Averaging
Date and Time
Irregular Heartbeat Detector

2 AAA batteries included
Carry case included

5 year warranty

HEM-650 $81.50

Source: www.kappamedical.com
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