ambulatory bp monitor

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Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) is a relatively new technique for assessing a person’s blood pressure. ABPM allows a doctor to assess your blood pressure during your routine daily living, instead of when you are sitting nervously on the doctor’s examination table.


  • Measurement method: Oscillometry,
  • Operation model: Manual/Automatic/STAT,
  • Measurement unit: mmHg/KPa selectable,
  • Measurement types: Systolic, Diastolic, Mean,
  • Measurement range: Adult
  • presure: 10 to 270 mmHg;
  • Pulse rate: 30 to 220;
  • Pediatric presure:10 to 200 mmHg;
  • Pulse rate: 30 to 220;
  • Neonate presure: 10 to 135 mmHg;
  • Pulse rate: 30 to 220


Patient range: adult, pediatric, neonate. 24 hours ambulatory NIBP monitoring function, up to 350 groups of ambulatory NIBP data can be recorded for once. A perfect combination of automatic and manual measurement method, up to 300 groups of data can be recorded for once by manual measure.
High-definition color TFT display, strong visibility
Display of low power prompt, alarm, error message and time.

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