Nissei WSK-1011 Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure Monitor for Wrist

Manage your blood pressure, anywhere, any time

Simple to use, the iHealth Sense connected wrist blood pressure monitor measures blood pressure, heart rate and detects arrhythmias.

Why should I monitor my blood pressure?

Self-monitoring of blood pressure has a real medical interest. It allows your physician to monitor your blood pressure and to adapt the treatment of your hypertension. More generally, blood pressure monitoring allows the user and his physician to anticipate cardiovascular risks.

What are the advantages of a connected blood pressure monitor?

The free, intuitive and user-friendly iHealth MyVitals application (available for iOS and Android) offers a comprehensive monitoring platform and presents your vital data in colourful graphs and tables. It also allows you to manage your blood pressure according to the World Health Organisation and to share your results with your doctor.
For a perfectly accurate measurement, the application automatically detects the optimal position of your wrist to ensure that it is at heart level.

Why we love it

Compact, lightweight and stylish, this connected blood pressure monitor will accompany you wherever you go. With every battery charge (simply plug it in with the USB cable provided) you can take a minimum of 80 measurements before recharging.

Source: www.ihealthlabs.eu
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