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Because the HEM-650 has a wrist cuff, it is particularly helpful if you have a larger than average sized arm. The monitor fits those with a wrist size of 5.25 to 8.5 inches, and it ensures easier and more comfortable use. Note, however, that a wrist monitor does require proper positioning of the device at the heart level. Correct cuff positioning is critical when monitoring blood pressure, fortunately, the HEM-650 features an advanced positioning sensor that automatically confirms that the cuff is level with the user's heart, thereby ensuring an accurate reading.
It is critical that when using a blood pressure monitor the cuff is the appropriate size and is properly applied. An ill-fitting cuff or an incorrectly-applied cuff can result in inaccurate readings. Consult your doctor or the included instructions for the proper application of the cuff.
What's in the Box
HEM-650, 2 "AAA" batteries, carrying case, and user manual.
|Compare Omron Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors|
|Features||Easy one-touch operation||Advanced position sensor||Omron Health managment software|
|Clinically Proven Accurate|
|Advanced Diagnostics|| || || |
|Power||2 "AAA" (included)||2 "AAA" (included)||2 "AAA" (included)|
|Warranty||5 Year||5 Year||5 Year|
|Cuff/Cuff size||Wrist 5.25" to 8.5"||Wrist 5.25" to 8.5"||Wrist 5.25" to 8.5"|
|Omron Health Management Software|
What is the Advanced Position Sensor (APS)?
APS ensures an accurate reading. Correct cuff positioning is critical when monitoring blood pressure. Only Omron Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors with APS have a unique positioning sensor that automatically confirms the cuff is level with the user's heart. This helps ensure that each and every reading is accurate.
What is Important to know about your Blood Pressure Monitor?
Blood pressure monitors with wrist cuffs are particularly helpful if you have a larger than average sized arm. The wrist cuff ensures easier and more comfortable use. The wrist cuff requires proper positioning at the heart level.
It is critical that when using a blood pressure monitor the cuff is the appropriate size and is properly applied. An ill-fitting cuff or an incorrectly-applied cuff can result in inaccurate readings. Consult your doctor or the instructions that came with your blood pressure monitor for the proper application of the cuff.
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I was buying this blood presure monitor last year, and continue being ok, no problems.Published 21 days ago by Eduardo Flores Durango
I find the reading to be very sensitive to the position on the wrist. For me, I have to put it about two inches from my palm to get a reasonable reading. Read morePublished 26 days ago by R. Cleaver
It's been very helpful to manage my bp - proven accurate when compared with same at the Dr's office.Published 1 month ago by dcmb
Works perfectly, without the discomfort of the tourniquet type of monitor. I was skeptical, but I've compared it to my doctor's readings, and it's right on. Read morePublished 2 months ago by I. M. There
This unit seems to be accurate and is easy on batteries. I would recommend it. Have two of them and have had no problems with either.Published 4 months ago by C. One
This Blood Pressure monitor is very accurate and fast. The product is a quality product and the readings are correct. Memory functions are good too.Published 4 months ago by DC
It works if you just want a general idea of what's going on but I use a cuff now for more accuracy. THis was a waste of moneyPublished 6 months ago by Dawn007
Read lots of positive reviews before got it. Worth the money. Used it on my patients to check the vital signs. It is pretty accurate if used correctly! Read morePublished 7 months ago by S. McKee