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iHealth BP7 Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor for iPhone and Android

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  • Measure and track your systolic/diastolic numbers, heart rate, pulse wave and measurement time
  • Create visually dynamic charts to track your progress; Compare results against your historical averages, as well as world health organization (WHO) classifications
  • Share results instantly with friends, family, or your doctor
  • Keep track of physical activities and daily diet as part of your overall health
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Product Description

iHealth BP7 Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
Check your blood pressure with the iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist monitor.
iHealth BP7 Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
Download the free iHealth MyVitals App to track your blood pressure and set your health goals.
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Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor

iHealth has found a way to make checking your blood pressure cooler. The iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor attaches with a smaller cuff at the wrist, for easy on and off. It also uses motion sensor technology to ensure the most accurate read possible. Using the free iHealth mobile app, measure and track your systolic/diastolic numbers, heart rate, pulse wave, and measurement time - then share your results instantly. Create visually dynamic charts to track your progress. Compare results against your historical averages, as well as World Health Organization (WHO) classifications, then share results instantly with friends, family, or your doctor.

How It Works

The iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor is a fully automatic arm cuff blood pressure monitor that uses the oscillometric principle to measure your systolic, diastolic blood pressure and pulse rate. The iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor features a motion sensor technology to detect the optimal wrist position to help users take their blood pressure reading correctly. The iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor has obtained CE medical certification (Europe) as well as FDA approval (USA). The monitor also has obtained ESH Certification (European Society of Hypertension).

iHealth MyVitals App Lets You Do More

The free integrated MyVitals mobile app brings all iHealth products to life. Once you've downloaded it from the App Store, you can customize it for the products you use. iHealth makes it easy to set goals, track your progress, and get inspired to manage your personal health in a more hands-on way, wherever you go.

Keep It In The Cloud

The iHealth app comes with an online cloud service, where all of your data is backed up and stored securely. Log in to the app from any device and access everything, regardless of where you first recorded it. Weight, blood pressure, diet, physical activities - they're all aspects of your personal health and they're all interconnected, so iHealth decided its mobile app should follow suit. No matter which products you're using, you can share results instantly to friends, family, even your doctor. The app also lets you track multiple users across different devices.

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BP7 Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor At A Glance

  • Measure and track your systolic/diastolic numbers, heart rate, pulse wave, and measurement time
  • Create visually dynamic charts to track your progress, and compare results against your historical averages, as well as World Health Organization (WHO) classifications
  • Share results instantly with friends, family, or your doctor
  • Keep track of physical activities and daily diet as part of your overall health
  • The Monitor is compatible with iPhone (3GS or later), iPad (2nd generation or later), iPad Mini, and iPod touch (3rd generation or later)

About iHealth

iHealth designs innovative, mobile personal healthcare products for everyone. iHealth's line of wireless scales and blood pressure monitors has been revolutionary in the industry and continue to push the boundaries of what's possible. Self-monitoring is not a new concept in healthcare. There are great products on the market that help people measure weight, blood pressure and other vital stats. The challenge with many of these products is that user data lives in the device only, and can't be easily visualized, tracked or shared. iHealth's integration with mobile technology has captured the imagination of its users, who can now measure, track and share their data, and play a more active role in managing their health.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 6.2 x 6.5 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B009SPTHGQ
  • UPC: 616316059528 855111003095 766150993035
  • Item model number: BP7
  • Batteries Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,609 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

This thing is cool.
Techy Guy
This unit was designed originally to be used with the I OS as in the I-phone, I-pod and not the android OS, so some of the options do not work with the Android App.
nom de femme
First I took the readings from professional BP monitor, and the ones in CVS, then compare the reading in this one.
Bela

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By W. C. Bryant VINE VOICE on December 31, 2013
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From Sheldon G. Sheps, M.D. via the Mayo Clinic website as retrieved 12/31/13, in response to; "How accurate are wrist blood pressure monitors?"

"Wrist blood pressure monitors are extremely sensitive to body position. To get an accurate reading when taking your blood pressure with a wrist monitor, your arm and wrist must be at heart level. Even then, blood pressure measurements taken at the wrist are usually higher and less accurate than those taken at your arm. That's because the wrist arteries are narrower and not as deep under your skin as those of the forearm."

The BP7, not by nature of a flaw in its design, suffers from the above. Most people are going to experience higher results on a wrist monitor than they are one that goes around the upper arm. So if we understand that, and set it aside in favor of the increased convenience of a monitor for the wrist, then what we're left with is an attractive and well designed instrument that also offers an intuitive iOS application that allows you to track history.

The rub, of course, being that you can hardly view the results as anything more than high-representative of where your BP may be, but then few seek medical-grade precision with home instruments. What this can do, and does well, is provide consistent results. Which is to say that once you have an idea of how high it runs for you (and heed well Dr. Sheps's *and* the manufacturer's clear notes about the all important angle -- the app won't even start until it's right enough), then you can make reasonable assumptions going forward about what variations to those readings mean in terms of your current levels.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By SanjeevP TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 14, 2013
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Wrist blood pressure units are a lot easier to use if you measure your own blood pressure,which every body with high BP should. With the wrist unit, the technique of measurement is very crucial: the monitor should be at the level of the heart and cuff should be half an inch above the wrist. As the studies by Consumer Reports, and Mount Sinai Medical School have shown, with the proper technique, the readings from wrist blood pressure units are accurate and comparable to upper arm cuff units. For last two or three years, I have used Omron 7 Series Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor daily and it has given fairly accurate readings. The reason it is so accurate is that you do not have to guess about the right position to measure BP; it emits blue light and starts measuring BP when it is at the right level.

Blood pressure readings, and for that matter all other health readings like weight, pulse, activity level etc. are most useful when they are tracked and you can visualize the progress or change over time and see the impact of interventions, like taking a blood pressure medicine. And it is lot easier, if you can monitor all those measurements in the same app on your mobile device and same website on the Internet.

However, as of now, there are a variety of tracking measurement devices for blood pressure, weight, activity, and they all have their own apps and websites. Not all of them send the information to a unifying app like Microsoft HealthVault or Argus. Some companies like iHealth, Withings, FitBit are beginning to make multiple tracking devices, but still track it on their proprietary apps and web sites.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By K. Rowley TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 30, 2013
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The timing of the offer to review this iHealth wireless blood pressure wrist monitor couldn't have come at a better time. I just recently did a health assessment where I work and my numbers came back pretty high. My own doctor told me the same thing when I had him check me out. My doctor told me that if I wanted to get those numbers down and get healthy I was going to have to make some changes to my lifestyle, changes like what I ate and getting some exercise. He also wanted me to start taking my blood pressure at least four times a day and recording the results. I already had a wrist cuff BP monitor (that I rarely used), but I wasn't that confident in the results that it gave. I would use it at home and get fairly OK readings, but then get my BP taken at the doctor or the dentist and those readings would be much higher. Problem was I didn't know if I could trust the readings I was getting with my device. Either I wasn't doing it right, or the device itself may be not working properly. I had been planning on getting another monitor just so I would be able to compare readings.

As I mentioned, this was perfect timing to get this monitor to review. I had just recently purchased a gently used iPod Touch from the Amazon warehouse - which is required to be able to make use of this wireless blood pressure monitor (an iPhone will work too, and I'm guessing so would an iPad). I was a little concerned as the Touch was an older model (4th gen), but it works fine. I was able to download the free iHealth app from the Apple App store and install it with no problems. I should mention now that you do have to setup an account with iHealth to activate the App. Doing so is free, but they do require an email address and your name.
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