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http://www.omronhealthcare.com/service-and-support/product-software/
Dec 22, 2010 by Mark Twain
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Yes, that is normal for this model which is pretty accurate when I compare it to the one at the doctors office or hospital I work at.
Jan 11, 2014 by J. Globe
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Actually cheaper to buy new - we contacted Omron about this - they indicated that 1. you need to get right cuff and hose for your model or it won't work - they are calibrated to each model. 2. You are better off buying a new one since if cuff/hose are bad, likely the unit is old and should be replaced.
15 days ago by Fried
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I've been using this about 5 years and I'm not having a problem. Are you sure you're using it right? It doesn't have to be tight. It seems essentially the same as what most doctors use. The only negative I've run across is keeping the cuff aligned as I wrap it. It tends to wander a bit causing the Velcro to have "bubbles" in it. I just make sure I press it down with my right hand as I wrap it. I don't know of any other cuffs but you might check their web site. For me it works fine and reads pretty close to the same as the doctor's.
Sep 20, 2014 by William Babb
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Unfortunately it does NOT work on a Mac.
Feb 27, 2010 by L. Marmor
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no
Mar 9, 2015 by MARVA UNDERWOOD
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I think both are same. See Omron website http://www.omronwebstore.com/detail/OMR+HEM-790IT
Dec 22, 2010 by Mark Twain
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