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Paramount launches digital blood pressure monitor for Rs 4,000

Leading medical devices maker, Paramount Surgimed Ltd has introduced a technically advance blood pressure monitor with LCD display, which claims to give instant and accurate result.

Paramount launches digital blood pressure monitor for Rs 4,000

Aiming to grab the bigger chunk of medical industry across the globe, Paramount Surgimed Ltd has come up with a technically advance Digital Blood Pressure Monitoring device with LCD display to improve accuracy of measurement and assured result.

 

Equipped with an easy to use monitor with fuzzy logic inflation, the Digital Blood Pressure Monitoring device measures systolic and diastolic blood pressure and pulse rates.

 

Simultaneously, it detects and alerts the user to irregular heartbeat. The device also features a WHO Indicator, which claims to provide an instant comparison to standards set by the World Health Organization.

 

Variants of Digital BP Monitor

 

The device is available in three exclusive variants including Digital Blood Pressure Monitor with irregular Heartbeat Detector, Arm Digital Blood Pressure Monitor and Wrist Digital Blood Pressure Monitor.

 

1) Digital Blood Pressure Monitor with irregular Heartbeat Detector: It features 60 times memory with time and date display, blood pressure level classification indicator, automatic power off activated after 1 minutes of non use and more.

 

2) Arm Digital Blood Pressure Monitor: This variant features automatic inflation, automatic measurement, accuracy within 4mm Hg, automatic power off activated after 1 minutes of non-use along with 60 times memory and digital display system.

 

3) Wrist Digital Blood Pressure Monitor: This is to simply wrap the cuff around your wrist and press Start. In seconds it will display blood pressure and pulse together on the digital panel. The fully automatic wrist blood pressure monitor features both fuzzy logic inflation and controlled deflation along with one-button operation. The memory feature recalls up to 60 readings providing date and time stamps.

 

The Paramount Digital Blood Pressure Monitor is priced at Rs 4,000 and is available at leading retail and healthcare outlets.

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