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5 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor – BP742N
5 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor – BP742N

5 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor – BP742N

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BP742N

5 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor – BP742N

The 5 Series home blood pressure monitor with Omron’s Advanced Accuracy helps ensure consistent, precise readings. This model is quick and easy and has a few more features than the 3 Series Upper Arm, like dual settings for two users, memory storage space for up to 100 readings and a wide range cuff that fits standard and large arms. When you trust your heart to Omron, you’ll be empowered by accuracy.

Features & Benefits:

  • No. 1 doctor and pharmacist recommended home blood pressure monitor
  • Feel empowered by accuracy with technology that automatically displays the average of your last 3 readings taken within 10 minutes
  • Quickly see how your reading compares to normal home blood pressure levels with the BP Level Indicator
  • Alerts you instantly if an irregular heartbeat is detected while your blood pressure is being measured
  • Increased memory storage allows you to monitor and store the last 100 readings for more than one person
  • Includes: Unit, Wide-range Cuff (fits arms 9" - 17" in circumference), Instruction Manual, Quick Start Guide, 4 AA Batteries

How To Take A Measurement:

  1. Sit with your feet on the floor and your upper arm exposed.
  2. Wrap cuff around upper arm and rest arm on table so cuff is level with your heart.
  3. Press start, cuff will inflate. Review your results in about 30 seconds.

Tips:

  • Do not measure your blood pressure within 30 minutes of exercising, eating, smoking, drinking alcohol or bathing.
  • Sit quietly for about 5 minutes with both feet flat on the floor.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: Why are my blood pressure readings sometimes different?

A: Your blood pressure changes constantly based on your daily activities and time of day. Because of this, some fluctuations can be expected. It’s important to use averages over time to compare readings. As each person is different, it is important to consult with your doctor about what your numbers mean to you.

Q: Why could my doctor’s reading be different than my readings taken at home?

A: Having your blood pressure measured by a healthcare professional in a doctor’s office can cause nervousness and may result in an elevated reading. Because these readings can vary considerably, it’s important to take your blood pressure on a regular basis at home and share the results with your healthcare provider.

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