High blood pressure has reached near epidemic proportions in the world, and with Baby Boomers reaching old age, more and more people need to regularly monitor their blood pressure at home. These devices are even more critical for diabetics, who need to keep careful track of their blood pressure. Unfortunately, many monitors have visual displays that are difficult or impossible for people with vision problems to see. Small adjustments such as changing the contrast of the visual display or adding speech output could make all the difference. AFB TECH has conducted a variety of reviews to determine which blood pressure monitors were the most accessible and to suggest areas of improvement for manufacturers of these important devices.
About the product:
English and Spanish Talking feature makes it ideal for the blind and those with low vision
Large, easy-to-see digital readout shows date and time
Stores the 90 most recent measurements with date and time in memory for 2 users
Easy-to-use one-push button design provides quick digital readings of systolic, diastolic pressure, and pulse rate
Large Adult Cuff fits 11.81 - 16.50 in. (30 - 42 cm) upper arms