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Hi, I have new WRISTECH BP monitor. It gives me reading in kPA, not mmHg. is there a way to reset it? Thank you.

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I got a wristech jb5538,i don;t have a manuel,can;t find 1 online.i need to know how to switch between kpa and mmhg


i got a wristech jb5538,i don;t have a manuel,can;t find 1 online.i need to know how to switch between kpa and mmhg.

the solution is when the unit is off, press and hold the left (<) button
until you see a kpa or mmhg in the display.
release then press and hold the same (<) button to choose between
kpa and mmhg .
press the start stop button to start measuring.

I also requested a manual from
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The cuff squeezes my arm too much and it hurts. The reading is way too high everytime. I don't know how to adjust it.


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What does it mean when you get a reading then 3 consecutive readings say EE


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If the Es are arranged vertically, then you overinflated the cuff. Any [ressure above 300 mmHg is beyond the range that this bp monitor can handle. If you reached this point by getting several underinflation alerts, ask your medical professional to test your bp and recommend the starting inflation level that you need.

Make sure that you have the cuff on properly. You may need to consider a different bp pressure cuff size to get an accurate reading.

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How do I reset my monitor clear the deck wipe it clean as if it was new? wristech model ZSBP-002


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E might represents insufficient inflation for your mom. For automatic inflation monitors usually there is a mechanism to keep inflating the cuff to higher pressures for people with higher BP. Check how is done. In some auto monitors,while cuff is inflated you keep pressing on START button until pressure reaches to some 15 to 20 mmHg higher than the pressure that auto usually stops and displays E.

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