SmartBP® syncs data from the following devices through Apple HealthKit and/or Microsoft HealthVault:
  • Omron 10 Series Wireless Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Wide-Range ComFit Cuff (BP786)
    Omron 10 Series Wireless Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Wide-Range ComFit Cuff (BP786)
    Omron
  • A&D Medical Deluxe Connected Blood Pressure Monitor UA-651BLE, Black
    A&D Medical Deluxe Connected Blood Pressure Monitor UA-651BLE, Black
    A&D Medical
  • QardioArm Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor (Apple iOS and Android) Arctic White
    QardioArm Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor (Apple iOS and Android) Arctic White
    Qardio
  • iHealth BP5 Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor for iPhone and Android
    iHealth BP5 Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor for iPhone and Android
    iHealth
  • A&D Medical UA-767PC Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor with Wired Communication
    A&D Medical UA-767PC Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor with Wired Communication
    A&D Medical
  • Omron Intellisense M10-It Bp Monitor With PC Link
    Omron Intellisense M10-It Bp Monitor With PC Link
    Omron
  • iHealth BP7 Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor for iPhone and Android
    iHealth BP7 Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor for iPhone and Android
    iHealth
  • Nokia BPM+ – Compact Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
    Nokia BPM+ – Compact Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
    Withings Inc
  • HoMedics BPA-260-CBL Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor, Gray
    HoMedics BPA-260-CBL Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor, Gray
    HoMedics
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Above table provides a classification of BP for adults 18 years and older.  The classification is based on the average of two or more properly measured, seated, BP readings on each of two or more office visits.

This Classification of blood pressure for adults is based on The Seventh Report of the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure (JNC7; NIH Publication No. 04-5230, Aug 2004). This report was created by The National High Blood Pressure Education Program (NHBPEP). The work was supported by The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), National Institutes of Health (NIH), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

As per the report, the classification mentioned are intended as a guide and not a mandate. Therefore discuss with your doctor for more detailed information about your condition.

Last updated on July 9, 2012 by Pranam