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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FAQ > About Blood Pressure > Who is at risk for High Blood Pressure?

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Common risk factors for high blood pressure:

 

  • Age: Males above age of 45 years or females above age of 55 years
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Overweight or Obesity
  • Gender: Fewer adult women have high blood pressure compared to adult men
  • Unhealthy lifestyle habits: high salt intake, drinking too much alcohol, not getting enough potassium in diet, not enough physical activity, smoking.
  • Stress
  • Family history of hypertension
  • Prehypertension (condition where blood pressure is between normal and hypertension range; systolic blood pressure between 120-139 mmHg or diastolic blood pressure between 80-89 mmHg)

 

ref: National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute

Last updated on July 9, 2012 by Pranam