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When the blood pressure monitor reads E- error. What is the reason? Not keeping the wrist still?


It depends on which E-error you're getting.

EE - indicates several things:
  • Cuff has been placed incorrectly. Always place cuff on wrist 1" above heal of hand.
  • Did you talk or move during measurement?
  • Shaking of the wrist with the cuff ON.
E1 - Air circuit abnormality. Measure again.

E2 - Inflation pressure exceeding 300 mmHg. Switch the unit OFF.Wait 1 minute, then measure again.

E3 - Error determining measurement data. Measure again.

Hope this helped you to determine which Error you're receiving. Please let me know.

Apr 30, 2011 | Walgreens By HoMedics Automatic Wrist...

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What does EE mean?


EE means one of 3 things:

1. Cuff has been placed incorrectly. Solution: Wrap the cuff properly so that it is positioned correctly.

2. Did you talk or move during measurement? Solution: Measure again. Keep wrist steady during measurement.

3. Shaking of the wrist with the cuff on. Solution: Same as # 2.

Jan 25, 2011 | Walgreens By HoMedics Automatic Wrist...

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My Omron HEM-712C digital blood pressure monitor is pretty consistently showing my pressure at 140-155 /80-95, but when my blood pressure was taken at a medical appointment yesterday, it was 92/63 -- a...


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.

Sep 16, 2010 | Omron Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor...

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I use the Walgreens digital blood pressure monitor. After inflating to 166, it deflates and says ERROR, no readings given. Please help. model # BD-1234W. serial #050479920


Wherever you attach it - there must be a pulsating artery; Some people have atypic artery locations, old embolism with collateralisation (arterys everywhere except the place you think they are). Try another arm/leg/finger. Try it on your husband/nice/neighbour. Look if the marterial has a defect - then the error occurs in anybody, or if it measures accurately in the postman and not in you _ then you must look for a,other place to measure. If you have cardiacabnsolute arrhythmia or a lot of backfires (extra systoles): forget electronic measuring devices. Buy an old one with a stethoscope

Jul 25, 2010 | Walgreens Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor

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Omron model 650 not inflating and measuring


Lucky! Wrist BP monitors never provide accurate consistent measurements.

Mar 13, 2009 | Health & Beauty

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WHAT WOULD BE CONSIDERED LOW BLOOD PRESSURE?IS IT NORMAL FOR MY TOP NUMBER TO CHANGE FROM 104 TO 129 IN ABOUT 5 MINUTES?


There are standard methods for measuring BP. One should be seated on chair, feet on ground, leaned back, relaxed for at least 5 minutes, at least 2 hrs after a meal, .... then repeating this procedure several times daily, and averaging will provide some ave daily BP value.
Using this procedure for hourly BP measures, one can adjust times and doses of BP medicines taken daily.

Nov 12, 2008 | Omron Healthcare 2007 Hem 711DLX Automatic...

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Blood pressure Question


Measuring your own blood pressure is an important way of monitoring your health. High blood pressure is a major health problem, which can be treated effectively once detected. Measuring your blood pressure between doctor visits on a regular basis in the comfort of your home, and keeping a record of the measurements, will help you to monitor any significant changes in your blood pressure. You should also keep an accurate record of your blood pressure, to help your doctor diagnose and possibly prevent any health problems in the future.

Aug 27, 2008 | American Diagnostic Corporation 700...

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Blood pressure measurements support


There are two positions for taking your blood pressure measurements: Sitting down - Place your elbow on a table. Using a flat object as support, position your wrist at heart level. Your blood pressure measurement will be too low if you hold your hand too high, or too high if you hold your hand too low. Lying down - Lie on your back. Rest your wrist on a support or cushion with the palm side facing up, position your wrist at heart level. On both of the positions you need to open and relax your hand with the palm facing up (closing your hand will cause inaccurate readings). Do not bend your wrist inward, as bending your wrist will cause inaccurate readings. If possible, empty your bladder before measuring your blood pressure, for a more accurate reading.

Aug 27, 2008 | American Diagnostic Corporation 6016...

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Pressure measurements question


Try to take your blood pressure measurements at the same time and under the same conditions every day. The ideal time to measure your blood pressure is in the morning just after waking up—before breakfast, any major activity or exercise. This will give you a base blood pressure measurement. It is best to take readings closely together if you want to check whether one reading is accurate. Rest for 30 seconds then take another reading. Blood pressure can vary even over a few minutes.

Aug 27, 2008 | American Diagnostic Corp Adc Advantage...

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Blood pressure monitor problem


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.

Aug 27, 2008 | American Diagnostic Corp ADC Advantage...

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