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Portea provides a diverse selection of ABPM machine on rent and purchase and comprehensive assistance for patients necessitating continuous BP monitoring. Our team of experts is readily available to aid you in selecting the most suitable ABPM machine and offer guidance on its usage.

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABPM) machines entail continual blood pressure monitoring for at least 24 hours during regular daily activities. The portable monitor, worn on a belt with a standard arm sleeve, employs an oscillometric method to measure systolic, diastolic, mean BP, and heart rate.

The gathered data is then processed using a computer, generating a comprehensive report detailing the patient’s 24-hour, daytime, nighttime, and sleep vs. awake (if recorded) BP and heart rate readings.

ABPM is a secure and accurate method of monitoring blood pressure, catering to diverse patient groups, including the young, elderly, pregnant, and obese individuals. Complications associated with ABPM are rare when utilizing the appropriate-sized cuff.

Indication of Usage: 

ABP machine is a way of assessing a person’s blood pressure during their routine daily activities and sleep.


The audience for the Ambulatory BP monitoring machine is across specialities such as Pulmonologist, ENT, Critical Care, and Neurologist. 


Some of the top features of the Ambulatory BP monitoring machine are:

  • Uses AAA alkaline batteries.
  • Compact and portable, user-friend interface, easy to use
  • 24-hour ambulatory NIBP monitoring function, up to 350 groups of Ambulatory NIBP data can be recorded once.
  • A perfect combination of an automatic and manual measurement method, up to 300 data groups can be recorded once by manual measurement.
  • High-definition colour TFT display, strong visibility
  • Display of low power prompt, alarm, error message and time


NIBP ModeManual / Automatic / Continuous
Automatic measurement intervals1. minutes
Pulse rate resolution1bpm
Accuracy±2bpm or ±2% (select larger)
Range25 – 254bpm
Displaycolour LCD
SPO2 Accuracy70% – 100%, ±2%, 0 – 69% unspecified.
Patient rangeAdult, Pediatric, Neonate
Supply two kinds of unitsmmHg / kPa.

Other specifications:

  • Warranty- Motor ( 6 months), no warranty on physical damage
  • Model –  ABPM50
  • Brands – Contec
  • Variants – 24hrs and 48Hr Monitoring 


  • Dimensions – 24.5 x 6.5 x 14.3 cm
  • Weight – 848 g



1. What are ambulatory BP measurements?

Ambulatory blood pressure measurements, or ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM), entail continuously tracking an individual’s blood pressure over 24 hours. This non-invasive method measures blood pressure regularly throughout the day and night, offering a comprehensive understanding of their blood pressure patterns. Our ABPM machines, available for rent at Portea, are worn by the patient and automatically inflate a cuff around the upper arm at scheduled intervals. This method is crucial for diagnosing and managing hypertension and evaluating treatment efficacy.

2. How is Ambulatory BP done?

Ambulatory blood pressure (ABP) monitoring utilizes a portable ABP machine involving the regular inflation of a cuff attached to the upper arm to measure blood pressure. The device records blood pressure readings over 24 hours, providing an extensive assessment of an individual’s blood pressure patterns during daily activities and sleep. The collected data aids in evaluating blood pressure fluctuations, identifying abnormalities, and assessing the effectiveness of hypertension treatment. At Portea, we offer ABP machines for rent and purchase, facilitating convenient and accurate patient monitoring.

3. How does a 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor work?

A 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor is a portable device comprising a cuff worn on the upper arm and connected to a small recording device. It automatically inflates the cuff every 15 to 30 minutes to obtain blood pressure readings throughout the day and night. The monitor stores the data, enabling healthcare professionals to analyze an individual’s blood pressure patterns during daily activities, including sleep. Our ABPM machines, available for rent and purchase at Portea, enable seamless and precise patient monitoring.

4. What is a 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor?

A 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor is a portable device that records blood pressure readings over an entire day, inflating the cuff regularly during various activities, including sleep. Providing comprehensive profiles of an individual’s blood pressure patterns aids healthcare professionals in assessing blood pressure variability and diagnosing conditions like hypertension. At Portea, we provide 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitors for rent and purchase, ensuring convenient and accurate monitoring in the comfort of patients’ homes.

5. What is the difference between ambulatory and home BP?

The primary distinction between ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) and home blood pressure monitoring lies in the duration and setting of the blood pressure measurements. While ABPM involves continuous monitoring during daily activities over 24 hours, home blood pressure monitoring entails taking measures at specific times, typically in the morning and evening. ABPM offers a comprehensive assessment of blood pressure patterns throughout the day and night, while home blood pressure monitoring allows for convenient monitoring at home.

6. Which cities in India provide delivery services for the ABPM machine?

You can have the Contec ABPM machine in Bangalore, ABPM machine in Delhi, ABPM machine in Mumbai, ABPM machine in Hyderabad, ABPM machine in Chennai, ABPM machine in Kolkata and other major cities in India. Choose to rent or purchase ABPM machine online from Contec through Portea Medical Equipment, and it will be brought to you.

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  • DIMENSIONS-24.5 x 6.5 x 14.3 cm
  • WEIGHT-848 g


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