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Microlife WatchBP Office ABI

Microlife WatchBP Office ABI

Brand: Microlife
Product Code: WatchBP
Availability: In Stock
Price: Rp. 47,500,000

Description product

The WatchBP Office ABI is a validated professional automatic office blood pressure device which can assess the ankle brachial index (ABI) fast and accurate. 

Ankle Brachial Index
The Ankle Brachial Index (ABI) is the ratio of the blood pressure in the lower legs to the blood pressure in the arms. Blood pressure that is lower in the leg than in the arm indicates blocked arteries (peripheral artery disease) The ankle–brachial index represents a simple, reliable method for diagnosing peripheral arterial disease .

WatchBP Office ABI
At present, ABI is commonly determined with a Doppler device. However, measurement with a Doppler machine is very time consuming and requires skills from the observer. The WatchBP Office improves and eases the screening of peripheral vascular diseases Microlife has developed the WatchBP Office ABI. With this validated device the ABI can be determined accurately and significantly faster than with the Doppler machine. Another advantage of the WatchBP Office ABI as compared to the Doppler Machine is that measurements are performed simultaneously and the method is much less influenced by the observer.

Ultimate cardiovascular screening device
Although the accent of the WatchBP Office ABI lies on the ankle brachial measurement the WatchBP Office ABI has more tools for screening important cardiovascular risk factors. Like the WatchBP Office and WatchBP Office Afib the device is delivered with double cuffs so that simultaneous double arm measurements can be performed for the screening inter arm differences. When the device is used in the Screen mode Atrial fibrillation can be detected when present.

Product Features

  • Unique dual-cuff design for convenient, simultaneous both-arm blood pressure measurement for assessing inter-arm blood pressure differences.
  • With one touch the device automatically peforms dupliate measurements according to guidelines while also screening for AFIB.
  • Fast, easy and reliable automated ABI measurement, screening for peripheral aterial disease without Doppler.
  • Equipped with 2 M size cuffs 22cm - 32cm, 2 L size cuffs 32cm - to 42cm and 1 M size cuff for the ankle 22cm - 32cm
  • Small (17 - 22cm) size cuff is also available to purchase separately
  • AC adaptor (Input: 100-240V~50/60Hz 0.48A, Output: +7.5V 2A) 
  • Detects Atrial Fibrillation (AF)
  • Validated for use in pregnancy pre eclampsia

Technical Specification


Operating temp.:

  • 10 - 40 °C / 50 - 104 °F
     

Storage temp.:

  • -20 - +55 °C / -4 - +131 °F
  • 15 - 90 % relative maximum humidity
     

Weight:

  • 1100g (including rechargable battery pack)
     

Dimensions:

  • 200 x 125 x 90 mm
     

Measuring procedure:

  • Oscillometric, corresponding to Korotkoff method
     

Measurement range:

  • 30 - 280 mmHg – blood pressure
  • 40 - 200 beats per minute – pulse
     

Cuff pressure display:

  •  Range: 0 - 299 mmHg
  • Resolution: 1 mmHg
  • Static accuracy: pressure within  ±3 mmHg or 2% of reading > 200mmHg
  • Pulse accuracy: ±5 % of the readout value
     

Voltage source:

  • Rechargeable battery pack;4.8V C4000 mAhA
  • Main adapter: DC 7.5V, 2 A

Reference to Standards:

Device corresponds to the requirements of the standard for non-invasive blood pressure monitor:

  • EN 1060-1
  • EN 1060-3
  • EN 1060-4
  • IEC 60601-1
  • IEC 60601-1-2

References: 

  1. Grenon SM, Gagnon JHsiang Y. Video in clinical medicine. Ankle-brachial index for assessment of peripheral arterial disease.N Engl J Med 2009; 361: e40.
  2. Anastasios Kollias AX, Evagelos Dimakakos, Athanase Protogerou, George S. Stergiou.Automated oscillometric determination of the ankle-brachial index versus Doppler.Abstract ESH 2010.

 

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