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LifeSource UA-100 Home Aneroid Blood Pressure Monitor


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  • Nylon Cuff for superior durability and appearance
  • Latex bulb with standard air release valve
  • Includes stethoscope
  • Includes zippered nylon storage case
  • Calibration screwdriver included
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This professional accuracy Aneroid Blood Pressure Kit provides consumers with reliable monitoring product in a home setting. This aneroid blood pressure kit can assist in the management of hypertension, improve patient compliance to treatment of high blood pressure, and be used as a tool in a preventative health management program. Comes with attached stethoscope and D-ring cuff. Nylon cuff for superior durability and appearance. Latex bulb with standard air release valve. Includes zippered nylon storage case and calibration screwdriver.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 1 x 6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000B688MA
  • UPC: 093764001000
  • Item model number: UA-100
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,480 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

Easy to use and very accurate.
C. Hughes
So, if you want to toss away twenty bucks then this is the product for it.
TR
Cons: Uncomfortable cuff and ear pieces.
Axolotl

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86 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Les D. Crause on March 8, 2009
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I own several different electronic blood pressure testers, and each of them gives a different value when I test my blood pressure. Some register higher and others lower. It can be confusing and cause problems.

Some time back I rushed off to an emergency hospital thinking my blood pressure had gone through the roof, because my expensive new electronic tester showed my blood pressure kept going up every few minutes.

All that had gone up was my systolic pressure because of the panic and fear caused by the wrong diastolic reading on the machine.

With the old fashioned sphygmomanometer I can always see very quickly where my blood pressure is at. I can soon tell when it has gone excessively high, and I don't have the fear of waiting while the electronic tester pumps and repumps and slowly ticks down to reveal a high blood pressure.

Talk about white coat hypertension? I think these electronic testers cause it more than sitting in a doctors office.

If your bp fluctuates a lot I highly recommend you get this simple tester. It comes with the stethoscope connected making it really easy to test your pressure any time.

It takes a bit of practice to use it, but you need to go slow and not be in a hurry to let the air out too quickly, or you miss the readings. But the great thing is you can very quickly pump up and find the top reading, and very quickly let it out to find the bottom reading, without waiting through the painful beeping of the other electronic monitors until the final reading shows.

Try using it on both arms also to compare readings. And you will soon get to know your body and your regular blood pressure readings. Then you can confirm with the other monitors and see how accurate or inaccurate they are.
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful By John Caccomo on March 24, 2009
In my opinion this is a great little, all-in-one blood pressure monitor. I've been a licensed nursing assistant in Connecticut, an ER technician in North Carolina and a licensed EMT in Texas. I've taken plenty of blood pressure readings...including my own.

This set is well made and as accurate as you'd get in a hospital. It's a well-invested $25. And it's easy to take your own BP. The average-sized adult cuff will comfortably fit most adults.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Strohmian VINE VOICE on November 19, 2009
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I'm a medically untrained person who was just sent into the market for a blood pressure monitor. My first impulse was to purchase an automatic device, but after reading all the reviews I concluded that apparently they're not very accurate and that the doctors and nurses tended to review (i.e. purchase) the manual models.

Now this specific monitor is directed at home users; it's less expensive than most others and already includes a sewed- in stethoscope. The cuff also has a D- loop design, making it possible for a person to take his own blood pressure without assistance - that is something that the high end cuffs don't necessarily have, as they're intended for use by a professional on a patient.

The quality is so-so. The cuff is made out of nylon (which does crackle as another reviewer notes, although I didn't think it interfered with the reading), the valve on the pump is a little hard to turn, and the stethoscope is very, very uncomfortable. You can bend it into compliance a little, but the big and rock hard earpieces hurt me every time, so I'm subtracting one star for that. The major component though - the manometer - appears very solid and confidence- inspiring. In fact, it looks exactly the same as some on the higher end models.

The readings I'm taking are in line with what my doctor found, so all in all this cheap little package performs its job well. Because of the ear discomfort I mentioned, I'm just glad I don't need to use it very often. If you're a daily user, I would suggest you look for a more comfortable solution.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Eugene L. Stickley on July 10, 2008
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I had tried the electronic kind of BP monitor and found them unreliable.

I have taken my own blood pressure for many years. I've learned much from doing it. I had a manual unit from a local drug store, 8 years old but very accurate. Still it is wearing out.

This Life Source unit is of better quality (construction, etc.) than my drug store model. I cross check with my old unit and of course doctor visits. This unit is very accurate.

It takes just a little practice to learn to do this yourself
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ella on February 14, 2010
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A manual cuff is the only way to go if you need to monitor your blood pressure. After going through several digital (and expensive) units, we have returned to the manual monitor. The digital ones, while easy with numerous bells and whistles, just simply are not that accurate. And, they cannot be calibrated like the manual ones. This particular one UA-100 is easy to use for one person. And, it has a little screw driver that comes with so you can calibrate it. Very easy. If you don't purchase this one, make sure it has a "D" ring on the cuff to hold it in place and on your arm while you cinch it up. This one does. The quality is very good for the price. We have 3 in our household that have to monitor, so I bought one for each of us. As long as you don't have any severe hearing problems, you will be happy with this one and find the manual monitors much more accurate.
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