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Pulse/Min. shows a heart trembling .What does it means?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The two numbers that measure your blood pressure are written like a fraction: one number on top and one on the bottom. The top number in a blood pressure reading refers to the systolic pressure. It measures the pressure inside your blood vessels at the moment your heart beats. The bottom number represents your diastolic pressure. It measures the pressure in your blood vessels when your heart is resting between heartbeats. A good blood pressure for most people will be under 120/80, as most people with blood pressure problems have high blood pressure. However, extreme low blood pressure can also be a serious health concern.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
If your HEM 704C fell hard, it is probably the pressure transducer that is faulty, broken. To my experience it is cheaper to buy a new one then to have it repaired by a technician
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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Press Set Time/.Date button and hold down for several seconds. When you let go number - year - will start flashing. Use MEMORY button slowly to correct year. Push Set Time/Date button to set year. Next number will be month - same process. Then date - same process. Then time beginning at midnight using 12 hour clock - same process.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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it will keep recording the latest readings, and auto delete the 20th one.
I think if the batteries are removed for an extended time it will zero, but then you have to go through the set up again
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
First, I do not believe there is any accurate way to measure blood pressure without having a valve installed; not a practical alternative.
The standard method using an arm-cuff and stethoscope is highly dependent on the person doing the measurement. Once my hearing started to fail, I had to go to a digital meter and found after three of these which failed and comparing my current Samsung to three different methods; manual, an elaborate 'calibrated' digital on a stand and another 'calibrated' cuff-type during an examination by a professional, none of these agreed better than 10-15 mm and the worst was 25-30 mm apart.
Using the average of those 'profis,' my current wrist-type digital measures about 10 points low on both systolic and diastolic so I just ignore the absolute numbers and use it only to determine relative deviations. For that, mine is repeatable enough.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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