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iHealth Blood Pressure Monitor

Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor

4.3 inch LCD Screen|WiFi Control|WeChat Interaction|Voice Output
Rs 7000

A New Way of Monitoring Results!

Now you can listen to an audible read-out of your results!
The iHealth Clear provides an audio reading of your systolic, diastolic, heart rate, and the
range your results fall under.

  • 4.3 inch LCD Screen
  • WiFi Control
  • WeChat Interaction
  • Voice Output

4.3 Large LED Color Display

With just one look, clearly see your blood pressure, heart rate and blood pressure range. Readings are
represented by four different colors, as per the JNC standards.

Measure with One Press of a Button

With a press of a button, the iHealth Clear will start measuring your blood
pressure. View or listen to the analyzed results, and check all your
readings (displayed as a logbook or as a chart) on the iHealth app.

  • Automatic Diagnosis
  • Voice Output

Compare Results for Better Decisions

iHealth Clear automatically tells you if your reading is higher or lower than the last
measurement to help you make better decisions on prevention and treatment

“Stay Up-to-Date on Your Family Health”

When the monitor is connected to WiFi and is paired with a mobile phone, even if it is
thousands of miles away, every measurement made by your parents can be send to your
mobile phone so you can stay up-to-date on Your family health.

* This feature can only be used if the monitor is connected to WiFi.

iHealth Secure Cloud

Monthly Reports, Trend Analysis

Blood pressure readings are stored on the secure and free iHealth Cloud. Monitor blood pressure
and pulse trends with intuitive charts and share data with your doctor in PDF or spreadsheet
format right from your smartphone, tablet or computer.

  • Data Overview
  • B.P Analysis
  • Trend Analysis
  • Pulse Analysis

Clinically-Tested Accuracy

● In accordance with the United Stated AAMI SP-10 safety and performance standards
● In accordance with the European EN1060-4 non-invasive blood pressure monitor, system-wide accuracy measurement standards
● Adopts the world's leading blood pressure monitor evaluation standard ESH2010

* Data from the 2015 Beijing Health and Population Health Report and WHO briefing
  • Ideal Blood Pressure
  • Normal Blood Pressure
  • Normal Hypertension
  • Mild Hypertension
  • Moderate Hypertension
  • Severe Hypertension

What is high blood pressure?

Blood pressure is recorded with two numbers. The systolic pressure
(higher number) is the force at which your heart pumps blood around
your body. The diastolic pressure (lower number) is the resistance to
the blood flow in the blood vessels. They're both measured in
millimetres of mercury (mmHg).

Ideal blood pressure: 90/60mmHg and 120/80mmHg

The following lifestyle changes can help prevent and lower high blood pressure
reduce the amount of salt you eat and have a generally healthy diet cut back on
alcohol if you drink too much lose weight if you're overweight exercise regularly
cut down on caffeine stop smoking try to get at least six hours of sleep a night
Some people with high blood pressure may also need to take one or more
medicines to stop their blood pressure getting too high.

What is high blood pressure?

Blood pressure is recorded with two numbers. The systolic pressure
(higher number) is the force at which your heart pumps blood around
your body. The diastolic pressure (lower number) is the resistance to
the blood flow in the blood vessels. They're both measured in
millimetres of mercury (mmHg).

Normal blood pressure: 120/129mmHg and 80/84mmHg

The following lifestyle changes can help prevent and lower high blood pressure
reduce the amount of salt you eat and have a generally healthy diet cut back on
alcohol if you drink too much lose weight if you're overweight exercise regularly
cut down on caffeine stop smoking try to get at least six hours of sleep a night
Some people with high blood pressure may also need to take one or more
medicines to stop their blood pressure getting too high.

What is high blood pressure?

Blood pressure is recorded with two numbers. The systolic pressure
(higher number) is the force at which your heart pumps blood around
your body. The diastolic pressure (lower number) is the resistance to
the blood flow in the blood vessels. They're both measured in
millimetres of mercury (mmHg).

Normal hypertension: 130/139mmHg and 85/89mmHg

The following lifestyle changes can help prevent and lower high blood pressure
reduce the amount of salt you eat and have a generally healthy diet cut back on
alcohol if you drink too much lose weight if you're overweight exercise regularly
cut down on caffeine stop smoking try to get at least six hours of sleep a night
Some people with high blood pressure may also need to take one or more
medicines to stop their blood pressure getting too high.

What is high blood pressure?

Blood pressure is recorded with two numbers. The systolic pressure
(higher number) is the force at which your heart pumps blood around
your body. The diastolic pressure (lower number) is the resistance to
the blood flow in the blood vessels. They're both measured in
millimetres of mercury (mmHg).

Mild hypertension: 140/159mmHg and 90/99mmHg

The following lifestyle changes can help prevent and lower high blood pressure
reduce the amount of salt you eat and have a generally healthy diet cut back on
alcohol if you drink too much lose weight if you're overweight exercise regularly
cut down on caffeine stop smoking try to get at least six hours of sleep a night
Some people with high blood pressure may also need to take one or more
medicines to stop their blood pressure getting too high.

What is high blood pressure?

Blood pressure is recorded with two numbers. The systolic pressure
(higher number) is the force at which your heart pumps blood around
your body. The diastolic pressure (lower number) is the resistance to
the blood flow in the blood vessels. They're both measured in
millimetres of mercury (mmHg).

Moderate hypertension: 160/179mmHg and 100/109mmHg

The following lifestyle changes can help prevent and lower high blood pressure
reduce the amount of salt you eat and have a generally healthy diet cut back on
alcohol if you drink too much lose weight if you're overweight exercise regularly
cut down on caffeine stop smoking try to get at least six hours of sleep a night
Some people with high blood pressure may also need to take one or more
medicines to stop their blood pressure getting too high.

What is high blood pressure?

Blood pressure is recorded with two numbers. The systolic pressure
(higher number) is the force at which your heart pumps blood around
your body. The diastolic pressure (lower number) is the resistance to
the blood flow in the blood vessels. They're both measured in
millimetres of mercury (mmHg).

Severe hypertension: 180mmHg and 100mmHg

The following lifestyle changes can help prevent and lower high blood pressure
reduce the amount of salt you eat and have a generally healthy diet cut back on
alcohol if you drink too much lose weight if you're overweight exercise regularly
cut down on caffeine stop smoking try to get at least six hours of sleep a night
Some people with high blood pressure may also need to take one or more
medicines to stop their blood pressure getting too high.

“Stable and Suitable For Outdoor”

Blood pressure increases in the winter and decreases in the summer, readings
increase during colder weather. iHealth monitor has specially added the
temperature difference warning function.

* This feature can only be used if the monitor is connected to WiFi

Comfortable Measurement!

iHealth is a fully automatic upper arm blood pressure monitor, operating on the
oscillometric principle. It measures your blood pressure and pulse rate simply and
quickly. For comfortable controlled inflation without the need of pressure pre-setting or
re-inflation the device uses its advanced technology.

  • Reduced Pressure Decibel
  • Skin-friendly Cuff

Long Battery Life

Upgrade to 2200mAh rechargeable battery, Single charging up
to 500 times testing. No more extra cost for batteries.

Can Be Used As a Clock

iHealth monitor can also be used as indoor and outdoor temperature
monitor, clock, beautiful and practical, convenient part of your life.

Stay Up-to-Date on Parents Health

* All data are provided by iHealth Lab. Actual usage may vary depending on environment, frequency of use, and other factors.
Product interface is in chinese language as shown in the above description.

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