Omron Blood Pressure Monitors Advanced Accuracy Overview

Its your most important organ. Still one in three people suffer from high blood pressure also known as Hypertension. That’s why it’s important to monitor regularly to see where you stand. Omron’s blood pressure monitors are recognized and certified as some of the most accurate available to consumers. Omron now offers more precise readings than…

Salt OK if Blood Pressure is OK?

“Salt OK if Blood Pressure is OK?” Fact or fiction: if your blood pressure is normal, salt is okay. Or to put it another way, unless you have high blood pressure, there’s no reason to specifically avoid sodium. Fact, or fiction? Major fiction. Salt does all sorts of bad things to our arteries besides just…

Ensuring that blood pressure is recorded accurately

In 2017, the American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association released new hypertension guidelines recommending that we lower our blood pressure targets to 130 over 80. So this means that patients who have hypertension, instead of lowering it to less than 140 over 90 which we’ve done in the past. We’re a little bit…

10 Signs of Low Blood Pressure

10 Signs of Low Blood Pressure. Hypotension, or low blood pressure, is when systolic pressure is below 90, and diastolic pressure is below 60. Low blood pressure is a red flag because it indicates inadequate blood flow to the vital organs including the heart and brain. For healthy people, low blood pressure may be of…

Easy To Use Blood Pressure Monitor – Omron

Managing your heart health is easier than ever with blood pressure monitors from Omron. All Omron monitors are easy to use—simply press the start button for clinically blood pressure measurements. Whether you choose an upper arm or wrist model, Omron monitors feature unique cuff technology for comfortable placement and easy-to-read number displays. Omron makes monitoring…

Risk Factors for Heart Disease: Blood Pressure

What is Blood Pressure? As blood circulates through your body, it exerts pressure against the walls of your arteries. That pressure is what is measured with a blood pressure device. Blood Pressure is measured by two numbers. The top number is called Systolic and measures the pressure in your arteries when your heart is pumping….

Blood pressure | Wikipedia audio article

Blood pressure (BP) is the pressure of circulating blood on the walls of blood vessels. Most of this pressure is due to work done by the heart by pumping blood through the circulatory system. Used without further specification, “blood pressure” usually refers to the pressure in large arteries of the systemic circulation. Blood pressure is…