Most people think of high blood pressure as a
condition that affects the elderly. This may have been accurate in the past, however nowadays due to
stressful lifestyles and dietary changes, even people
of younger ages face the same problem. Take simple
steps, the MobileHealth wireless blood pressure monitor
is your complete tool to feeling younger!
Never Too Early to Adopt Healthful Habits
Monitoring High Blood pressure
WHO: Over a billion people will die from cardiovascular disease in the first half of the 21st century.It was largely preventable.
According to the WHO, over a billion people will die from cardiovascular disease in the first half of the 21st century. Awareness and regular monitoring are the first step in lowering the risk of stroke.
Your Trusted Partner in Monitoring Atrial Fibrillation and Irregular Heartbeat
“High blood pressure is generally considered the most common controllable risk factor for stroke, but an irregular atrial heart rhythm- a condition called atrial fibrillation- is the most powerful. Someone with atrial fibrillation has more than five times the risk of stroke,” according to Ralph L. Sacco M.D., former president of the American Heart Association.
The MobileHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor’s ability to detect irregular heartbeat (IHB) and atrial fibrillation (AF) is essential for detecting potential symptoms as they arise and reducing the risk of stroke. Multi-color buttons in the app are displayed whenever IHB or AF is detected, and your readings can then be easily shared or e-mailed to family members of your doctor. Your best defense against stroke is to regularly monitor your blood pressure and pulse while maintaining an active, healthy lifestyle.
Up to 200 readings
Connect with smartphone or tablet
App compatible with iOS and Android
E-mail results to family and your doctor
Lightweight and wireless design
Blood pressure monitoring made easy and hassle-free.
Health Monitoring On-the-go
Take readings anywhere, anytime- at home, in the office,
or even on holiday. A stress-free environment away from
the anxiety of a hospital helps ensure accurate measurements, mitigating the risk of inaccurate results and misdiagnoses.