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No, blood pressure and heart rate
James L Warrender
· December 8, 2016
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Hello, no it should be fine if you move around slightly, as long as the cuff is in the correct position. Thank you for your question
Generation Guard
Seller · January 16, 2017
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Hi Dewey, this Blood Pressure Monitor may fit a child depending on their size but this Blood Pressure Cuff is designed specifically for adults and to accomodate the wide range of adult sizes so we wouldn't recommend it's use on children. Of course it is still safe for use on anyone however, the results you get may not … see more Hi Dewey, this Blood Pressure Monitor may fit a child depending on their size but this Blood Pressure Cuff is designed specifically for adults and to accomodate the wide range of adult sizes so we wouldn't recommend it's use on children. Of course it is still safe for use on anyone however, the results you get may not be as accurate as when used on adults. Thank you! see less Hi Dewey, this Blood Pressure Monitor may fit a child depending on their size but this Blood Pressure Cuff is designed specifically for adults and to accomodate the wide range of adult sizes so we wouldn't recommend it's use on children. Of course it is still safe for use on anyone however, the results you get may not be as accurate as when used on adults. Thank you!
Generation Guard
Seller · August 19, 2016
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Most likely not a defect. Blood pressure will be different left vs right. Clinical bp measurement needs to be cosistantly on the same side.
Edwin F Galey Jr
· November 23, 2016
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Two people can use it and have separate storing. Really good device. Easy to use.
SJG
· June 11, 2019
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Do not buy! Bought it for my mother and the reading was way off and inaccurate. Needs to be calibrated every other day. In the process of return as we speak.
Proud Mommy of 2 :-)
· December 2, 2016
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Hey Peter,

Depress MEMORY once. Displayed is the AVERAGE of ALL memory entries. … see more
Hey Peter,

Depress MEMORY once. Displayed is the AVERAGE of ALL memory entries.

Depress again, u see memory number ONE, then 2, then 3...

Memory locations r LAST IN, FIRST shown, i.e., the LAST readings u got/took, r put into memory #1 and the LAST reading, memory locus 90, is pushed-off the "stack".

Don't forget the angle of ur arm, above a flat surface elbow on the surface, while testing SHD b abt 45 degrees. Forge trying to reach "the level of ur heart". If ur getting readings too high - I assume u sorta, kinda know ur BP values/rang - ur arm is TOO CLOSE to ur body/chest/thorax. Make sure u can see the INSIDE part of ur elbow, where it bends and u find a "line or crease". This is the ante-cubital space. Just below is the vein from where blood is drawn.

Good Luck and stay healthy monitoring ur vitals,

Phil
WF3W@JUNO.COM see less
Hey Peter,

Depress MEMORY once. Displayed is the AVERAGE of ALL memory entries.

Depress again, u see memory number ONE, then 2, then 3...

Memory locations r LAST IN, FIRST shown, i.e., the LAST readings u got/took, r put into memory #1 and the LAST reading, memory locus 90, is pushed-off the "stack".

Don't forget the angle of ur arm, above a flat surface elbow on the surface, while testing SHD b abt 45 degrees. Forge trying to reach "the level of ur heart". If ur getting readings too high - I assume u sorta, kinda know ur BP values/rang - ur arm is TOO CLOSE to ur body/chest/thorax. Make sure u can see the INSIDE part of ur elbow, where it bends and u find a "line or crease". This is the ante-cubital space. Just below is the vein from where blood is drawn.

Good Luck and stay healthy monitoring ur vitals,

Phil
WF3W@JUNO.COM

PII
· August 2, 2017
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About six inches long and 2 1/4 wide.
Sandra Millsapsa
· August 16, 2017
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They sell similar products at local drug stores and pharmaceutical.
Alicia
· October 18, 2019
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Doesn't hurt at all.
perkpark
· March 31, 2018