Technologies used in blood pressure monitors

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Science is rapidly moving forward constant innovations are used in medical technology. Innovations make it possible to measure data more accurately, make the use of the device more comfortable, and increase its efficiency. Let’s figure out what these mysterious abbreviations on blood pressure monitors from Antrolife are.

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MAM technology. Triple measurement for arrhythmia.

MAM technology allows you to get completely accurate pressure values ​​​​using an automatic blood pressure monitor, both at home and in professional institutions.

Improved measurement accuracy is achieved by automatic analysis of three consecutive measurements.

The new system provides reliable BP readings that can be used as a basis for reliable diagnosis and drug therapy.

PAD technology

Blood pressure monitors with PAD technology (Pulse Arrhythmia detection) allows you to diagnose pulse arrhythmia during blood pressure measurement. If signals of an unstable heartbeat are recorded during the measurement, then after measuring the pressure, the corresponding symbol will appear on the display of the blood pressure monitor.

PAD technology recognizes more than 85% of types of arrhythmias in the early stages.

Conventional oscillometric measurement examines pulse beats over equal measurement periods from 30 seconds to 1 minute.

In blood pressure monitors with PAD technology, pulsation and resulting gaps are subjected to further analysis.

Afib technology accuracy reaches 100%

It provides early diagnosis of atrial fibrillation and allows you to consult a doctor in a timely manner in order to make a diagnosis in time and start therapy.

It has high accuracy in detecting atrial fibrillation, comparable to the accuracy of an electrocardiogram.