The Ozeri CardioTech Premium Series Digital Blood Pressure Monitor stores up to 1197 blood pressure readings with date and time Memory recall (399 readings x 3 users), and automatically classifies each blood pressure reading per World Health Organization hypertension guidelines with a new Color Alert LCD that color codes the systolic and diastolic readings per green (normal), orange (prehypertension) and red (hypertension) levels. The Ozeri CardioTech Blood Pressure utilizes a dynamic measurement technology that automatically inflates to the appropriate level (no adjustments required) based on real-time blood pressure detection, thereby reducing measurement time and offering greater accuracy. This advanced capability adds convenience and ease of use to those with conditions (such as arrhythmia) that lead to fluctuating blood pressure. It also calculates average blood pressure readings based on the 3 most recent readings and detects irregular heart (Arrhythmia) for an improved understanding of your heart's health.
My Opinion: It's simple to use and easy to read with a good-sized screen with large print. I especially like the memory feature, saving up to 80 measurements, which makes it easy to take with you to the doctor's office for review. I do recommend that you follow the instructions specifically as to the correct measurement position. I would try to take it while standing up and would sometimes get an error don't be alarmed, just take it while sitting in the correct position. Make sure you check with your doctor’s office to make sure this reads accurately with there as typically this can read a bit higher which makes it inaccurate.
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