Omron M1 Plus User's Manual

Manual Inflation Blood Pressure Monitor
Model M1 Plus
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Contents
Introduction ..............................................................................3
Important Safety Information ..................................................4
1. Overview ..............................................................................5
2. Preparation ..........................................................................8
2.1 Installing/Replacing the Batteries.....................................8
2.2 Setting the Date and Time .............................................10
2.3 Adjusting the Settings Modes.........................................13
3. Using the Unit ....................................................................14
3.1 How to Sit Correctly When Taking a Measurement .......14
3.2 Applying the Arm Cuff ....................................................16
3.3 Taking a Reading ...........................................................18
3.4 Using the Memory Function ...........................................23
4. Quick Reference Guide.....................................................26
5. Handling Errors and Problems ........................................27
5.1 Error Messages..............................................................27
5.2 Troubleshooting .............................................................29
6. Maintenance and Storage.................................................31
7. Optional Parts....................................................................34
8. Technical Data ...................................................................35
9. Some Useful Information about Blood Pressure ...........37
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the OMRON M1 Plus Upper Arm
Blood Pressure Monitor.
The OMRON M1 Plus is a manual inflation blood pressure
monitor, operating on the oscillometric principle. It measures
your blood pressure and pulse rate simply and quickly.
The unit also stores up to 21 measurements in memory and
calculates an average reading based on the three most recent
measurements taken within 10 minutes of the last reading. (If
there are only two readings in memory for that period, the
average will be based on two readings. If there is only one
reading in memory for that period, that reading will be
displayed as the average value.)
Please read this instruction manual thoroughly before
using the unit. For specific information about your own
blood pressure, CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR.
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Important Safety Information
Consult your doctor during pregnancy, arrhythmia and
arteriosclerosis.
You should never change the dosage of medication prescribed by
your doctor.
Use the M1 Plus only for yourself.
Caution:
• Do not leave the unit unattended with infants or persons who
cannot express their consent.
• Do not use the unit for any purpose other than measuring
blood pressure.
• Do not use a cellular phone near the unit. This may result in
incorrect operation of the unit.
• Do not operate unit in a moving vehicle (car, airplane).
• Do not apply strong shocks and vibrations to or drop the main
unit and arm cuff.
• Only use four “AAA” manganese or alkaline batteries with this
unit. Do not use other types of batteries.
• When using batteries, the battery liquid may leak and damage
the main unit.
• Please observe the following points.
- Do not insert the batteries with their polarities incorrectly aligned.
- Replace old batteries with new ones immediately.
- When you are not going to use the unit for a long period of time
(approximately three months or more), take out the batteries.
- Do not use new and used batteries together.
- Do not use batteries of a different type together.
• Do not forcibly bend the arm cuff or bend the air tube
excessively.
• When removing the air tube, pull on the edge of the tube at
the connection with the main unit not the middle of the tube.
• Do not inflate the arm cuff when it is not wrapped around your
arm.
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1.Overview
1. Overview
Main unit
A
F
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B
C
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Display
SET button
Air connector
MEMORY button
I/O button
D
C
F. Battery compartment
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Arm Cuff
G
H
G. Arm cuff
(Medium cuff: arm circumference 22-32 cm)
H. Air Tube
If air starts to leak from the arm cuff, please replace with a new
one. (Refer to Chapter 7 “Optional Parts”)
Inflation Bulb
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K
I. Air Release Button
J. Air Tube
K. Air Inflation Bulb
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1.Overview
Display
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M
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P
Q
L. Systolic blood pressure
M. Diastolic blood pressure
N. Memory symbol
(Displayed when viewing
values stored in memory)
O. Average value symbol
(Displayed when viewing
average value for the last three
measurements)
P. Buzzer symbol
Q. Battery low symbol
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R. Heartbeat symbol
1. (Flashes during measurement)
2. (If flashing after measurement
is complete, indicates blood
pressure out of recommended
range)
S. Pulse
T. Deflation symbol
U. Date/Time
V. Irregular heartbeat symbol
W. Reinflation symbol
Package contents
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X. Storage case
Y. Four “AAA” alkaline (LR03)
batteries
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• Instruction manual
• Guarantee card
• Blood pressure pass
• Blood Pressure Monitor unit
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2.Preparation
2. Preparation
2.1
Installing/Replacing the Batteries
1. Turn the main unit upside down.
2. Slide the battery cover in the
direction of the arrow while
pressing the ribbed part of the
cover.
3. Install or replace four “AAA”
size batteries so that the
+ (positive) and - (negative)
polarities match the polarities
indicated on the battery
compartment.
4. Put the battery cover back in
place.
Slide the battery cover as indicated, until it clicks into place.
Note: The measurement values continue to be stored in
memory (for maximum 30 seconds) even after the
batteries are replaced.
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Battery Life & Replacement
If the battery low symbol ( ) appears on the display, replace
all four batteries at the same time.
- When the battery low symbol ( ) starts to blink, you will still
be able to use the unit for a short while. You should replace
the batteries with new ones ahead of time.
- When the symbol ( ) remains lit, the batteries are
exhausted. You should replace the batteries with new ones
at once.Turn the unit off before replacing the batteries.
• Remove the batteries if the unit will not be used for three
months or more.
• If the batteries are removed for 30 seconds, the Date/Time
setting will need to be reset. See “2.2 Setting the Date and
Time” for details.
• Dispose of batteries according to applicable local regulations.
Four new “AAA” alkaline batteries will last for approximately
1500 measurements, when used to take two measurements a
day.
Since the supplied batteries are for monitoring use only, they
may have a shorter life and not last for 1500 measurements.
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2.Preparation
2.2
Setting the Date and Time
Your blood pressure monitor automatically stores up to 21
measurements values, including date and time of
measurement, in its memory and calculates an average value
based on the three most recent measurements taken within 10
minutes of the last reading. (If there are only two readings in
memory for that period, the average will be based on two
readings. If there is only one reading in memory for that period,
that reading will be displayed as the average value.)
To make use of the memory and average values functions:
• Set the unit to the correct date and time before taking a
measurement for the first time.
• If the batteries have been removed for more than 30 seconds,
the date and time setting will need to be reset.
1. When the I/O button is
pressed to turn the unit on for
the first time after inserting
batteries, the year digits
(2005) will flash on the
display.
2. Press the MEMORY button to
advance the digits one at a
time.
Notes:
• The range for the year
setting is 2005 to 2030. If the
year reaches 2030, it will
return to 2005.
• If you hold down the
MEMORY button, the digits
will advance rapidly.
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2.Preparation
3. Press the SET button to confirm the setting when the desired
number appears on the display.
The year is set and the month digits flash on the display.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set
the month.
The month is set and the day
digits flash on the display.
5. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set
the day.
The day is set and the hour
digits flash on the display.
6. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set
the hour.
The hour is set and the
minutes digits flash on the
display.
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7. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set
the minutes.
The minutes settings is set.
The unit automatically
switches to standby mode
after the minute setting has
been set.
To adjust the date and time, press the SET button twice while
the monitor is in standby mode.
Notes:
• After the buzzer setup is completed, the time/date setting will
flash on the display.
• After each setup is completed, please push the I/O button to
turn off the monitor.
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2.Preparation
2.3
Adjusting the Settings Modes
You can modify the options for the various settings of your unit.
This is done by pressing the SET button to select a setting,
then pressing the MEMORY button to select the options for that
setting. After selecting a setting, press the I/O button to confirm
the setting and turn the power off.
Buzzer Mode
When Buzzer mode is on, the unit emits sounds, during
measurement (to indicate that pulse waves are detected), and
when measurement is complete.
1. Press the SET button once
while the unit is in standby
mode.
The buzzer symbol
appears on the display.
2. Press the MEMORY button to select
“on” or “off”.
The setting alternates between “on”
and “off” with each press of the
MEMORY button.
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The default setting is “on”.
3. When you have selected the desired setting, press the I/O
button to turn the unit off.
Notes:
• If you want to adjust the date or time, press the SET button
after setting the buzzer setting, follow steps for setting date
and time (Refer to 2.2) press the I/O button to turn the unit off.
• If you forget to turn the unit off, it will automatically shut itself
off after five minutes.
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3.Using the Unit
3. Using the Unit
3.1
How to Sit Correctly When Taking a Measurement
You can take a measurement on either your left or right arm.
Note:
• Measurements should be taken in a quiet place and you
should be in a relaxed, seated position. Make sure that the
room is not too hot or cold.
• Do not take measurement after bathing, drinking alcohol, or
exercising.
• Do not move or talk during measurement.
Correct
Posture
Sit upright
with your
back straight.
Remove tight fitting clothing from
your upper arm, and any thick
clothing such as a sweater.
Do not place the cuff over thick
clothes and do not roll up your sleeve
if it is too tight.
Place your arm on a table so
that the cuff will be at the same
level as your heart.
The gap between the
chair and the top of the
table should be between
25cm to 30cm.
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Notes:
• Correct posture during measurement is necessary to get
accurate results.
• You should also try to measure your blood pressure at the
same time each day. (Within 1 hour after waking up is
recommended.)
Incorrect Posture
• Arched back (leaning
forwards)
• Sitting cross-legged
• Sitting on a sofa or at a low
table so that you lean forward
These situations tend to lead to higher blood pressure values due to
strain or the arm cuff being lower than the heart.
If the arm cuff is at a lower position than your heart use cushions
etc., to adjust the height of your arm.
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3.2
Applying the Arm Cuff
Be sure to wrap the arm cuff correctly so that you get accurate
results.
Measurements can be taken in light clothing. However, please
remove thick clothes, such as sweaters, before taking a
reading.
1. Connect the air tube of the arm cuff and the inflation bulb to
their respective air connectors.
2. Put your left arm through the cuff
loop.
The air tube should run down the
inside of your forearm and be in line
with your middle finger.
Note: If the cuff is not assembled,
pass the end of the cuff
furthest from the tubing
through the metal D-ring to
form a loop. The smooth cloth
should be on the inside of the
cuff loop.
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3. Position the arm correctly.
1) The air tube should run
down the inside of your
forearm and be in line with
your middle finger.
2) The bottom of the cuff
should be approximately 1
to 2 cm above your elbow.
3) Apply the cuff to your
upper arm so that the
coloured marker (blue
arrow under tube) is
centered on the middle of
your inner arm and points
down the inside of the
arm.
Taking measurements on the right arm
Apply the cuff so that the
air tube is at the side of
your elbow.
• Be careful not to rest
your arm on the air tube,
or otherwise restrict the
flow of air to the cuff.
• The cuff should be 1 to
2 cm above the elbow.
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1 to 2 cm
4. When the cuff is positioned correctly, close the fabric fastener
FIRMLY.
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3.Using the Unit
3.3
Taking a Reading
1. Turning on the unit.
Note: Press the air release button to release any air in the arm cuff.
1) Press the I/O button to turn the unit on.
2) All items in the display will be displayed briefly.
The battery symbol will also be displayed for test purposes.
This does not mean the batteries are empty.
3) The current date is displayed and the deflation symbol will flash.
4) Finally, the heartbeat symbol will appear and the current time
and 0 is displayed.
Note: If the deflation symbol does not disappear soon, press
the air release button to release any air in the arm cuff.
2. Pump the inflation bulb to inflate the arm cuff.
1) Inflate the cuff until it is 30 to 40
mmHg above your expected
systolic blood pressure value.
ex) If your expected blood
pressure is around 140mmHg,
inflate the arm cuff to between 170
and 180 mmHg. Inflate the cuff
rapidly so that the pressure is
reached in about five seconds.
2) When the desired pressure has been achieved, release the
inflation bulb. Remain still and do not talk.
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3.Using the Unit
• The current time continues to be displayed while the cuff is
being inflated.
Note: Do not inflate the arm cuff more than necessary.
3. Measurement starts.
Measurement starts automatically
after you stop inflating the arm cuff.
Decreasing numbers appear on the
display and the heartbeat symbol
flashes.
Remain still and do not talk during measurement.
During measurement, the buzzer (if set to “on”) will beep in
rhythm with your heartbeat.
Note: To cancel a measurement, press the I/O button to turn
off the unit and press the air release button to release
the air in the arm cuff.
Common Causes of Inaccurate Results
Arm cuff is too loose.
Movement or talking
during measurement.
Leaning forwards.
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Note: If the arm cuff is at a lower position than
your heart use cushions etc., to adjust the
height of your arm.
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The deflation symbol flashes on the
display. Blood pressure and pulse
rate values are displayed.
4. Measurement ends.
Press the air release button to
release the air in the arm cuff until
the deflation symbol is no longer
displayed.
5. Check the measurement results.
The unit automatically stores blood
pressure and pulse rate into its
memory, including date and time of
measurement. Refer to “3.4 Using
the Memory Function”.
Systolic blood
pressure
Diastolic blood
pressure
Pulse
The buzzer will sound (if switched
on) when measurement is completed.
Notes:
• Self-diagnosis of measured results and treatment are
dangerous. Please follow the instructions of your doctor.
• Wait 2-3 minutes before taking another blood pressure
measurement. Waiting between readings allows the arteries
to return to the condition prior to taking the blood pressure
measurement.
6. Undo the fastener and remove the arm cuff.
7. Press the I/O button to turn the unit off.
Note: If you forget to turn the unit off, it will automatically shut
itself off after five minutes.
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Important:
• If your systolic or diastolic pressure is outside
the standard range, the heartbeat symbol will
blink when the measurement result is
displayed.
Recent research suggests that the following
values can be used as a guide to high blood
pressure for measurements taken at home.
Systolic Blood Pressure
Above 135 mmHg
Diastolic Blood Pressure
Above 85 mmHg
This criteria is for home blood pressure measurement.
For professional office blood pressure measurement criteria,
please refer to Chapter 9 “Some Useful Information about
Blood Pressure”
• Your blood pressure monitor includes an
irregular heartbeat feature. Irregular heartbeats
can influence the results of the measurement.
The irregular heartbeat algorithm automatically
determines if the measurement is usable or
needs to be repeated. If the measurement
results are affected by irregular heartbeats but
the result is valid, the result is shown together
with the irregular heartbeat symbol (
). If the irregular
heartbeats cause the measurement to be invalid, no result is
shown. If the irregular heartbeat symbol (
) is shown after
your have taken a measurement, repeat the measurement. If
the irregular heartbeat symbol (
) is shown frequently,
please make your doctor aware of it.
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What is Irregular Heartbeat?
Normal Heartbeat
An irregular heartbeat is a
heartbeat rhythm that varies
Pulse
by more than 25% from the
Blood pressure
average heartbeat rhythm
detected while the unit is
Irregular Heartbeat
measuring the systolic and
Short Long
diastolic blood pressure.
Pulse
If such an irregular rhythm is Blood pressure
detected more than twice
during measurement, the irregular heartbeat symbol (
)
appears on the symbol when the measurement results are
displayed.
What is Arrhythmia?
A heartbeat is stimulated by electrical signals that cause the
heart to contract.
Arrhythmia is a condition where the heartbeat rhythm is
abnormal due to flaws in the bio-electrical system that drives
the heartbeat. Typical symptoms are skipped heartbeats,
premature contraction, an abnormally rapid (tachycardia) or
slow (bradycardia) pulse. This can be caused by heart disease,
aging, physical predisposition, stress, lack of sleep, fatigue etc.
Arrhythmia can only be diagnosed by a doctor through a
special examination.
Whether the appearance of the irregular heartbeat symbol
(
) in the results indicates arrhythmia or not can only be
determined by an examination and diagnosis by your doctor.
If the irregular heartbeat symbol (
) is shown frequently,
please make your doctor aware of it. Conducting self-diagnosis
and treatment based on measurement results is dangerous. Be
sure to follow the instructions of your doctor.
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3.4
Using the Memory Function
This unit has a memory capable of storing 21 sets of readings.
Every time you complete the measurement, the unit
automatically stores the blood pressure and pulse rate.
If there are three readings within 10 minutes of the last reading,
the average of the three readings is displayed. (If there are only
two readings in memory for that period, the average will be based
on two readings. If there is only one reading in memory for that
period, that reading will be displayed as the average value.)
Note: When 21 sets of readings are stored in memory, the
oldest set will be deleted to store a new set.
1. Press the O/I button to turn the
power on.
2. When the heartbeat symbol appears
on the display, press the MEMORY
button.
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If there are three readings stored in
memory that were taken within 10
minutes of the last reading, an
average value for those reading is
displayed. (If there are only two
readings in memory for that period, the average will be based
on two readings. If there is only one reading in memory for that
period, that reading will be displayed as the average value.)
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Note: If there are no measurements results stored in
memory, the screen to the right is displayed.
3. Press the MEMORY button again,
while the average values screen is
displayed.
The result from the most recent
measurement is displayed.
The date and time of each
measurement is displayed alternately
with the measurement values.
Important: If your systolic or diastolic pressure
is outside the standard range, the
heartbeat symbol will blink when
the measurement result is
displayed. Refer to 3.3, number 7.
4. Press the MEMORY button
repeatedly to cycle through the
previous measurement results.
Keep the button pressed down to
cycle rapidly through the previous
results.
If the irregular heartbeat symbol was displayed at the time of a
measurement, this is displayed when that result is displayed.
5. Press the I/O button to turn the unit off.
If you forget to turn the unit off, it will automatically shut itself off
after five minutes.
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3.Using the Unit
To Delete All the Values Stored in Memory
You cannot delete individual stored readings, all the readings in
the unit will be deleted.
1. To delete stored readings, first press
the MEMORY button. Then while
holding it down, press the I/O button
simultaneously for about 2-3
seconds. All readings will then be
deleted.
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Important: Be careful not to press
the I/O button first. If the
I/O button is pressed
first, the monitor is shut
off.
2. Press the I/O button to turn the unit off.
If you forget to turn the unit off, it will automatically shut itself off
after five minutes.
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Notes:
• If the date and time are reset to a time before the most recent
measurement, the average value will be based on any
measurements taken after the date and time were reset.
However, you can still view the readings stored in memory.
• Please note that all measurements are stored in the memory. If
different people measure with the same device, make sure that
you are aware of this fact.
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4.Quick Reference Guide
4. Quick Reference Guide
Use this as a quick reference guide only. If you are using this
device for the first time, please read carefully Chapter 3 of this
Instruction Manual.
To help ensure a reliable reading, avoid eating, smoking, or
exercising for at least 30 minutes before taking a measurement.
Note: Remove any tight-fitting clothing from your upper arm.
1. Sit on a chair with your
feet flat on the floor and
place your arm on a table
so that the arm cuff will be
at the same level as your
heart.
2. Apply the arm cuff to your upper arm. The coloured marker
should be centred on the inside of your arm and point down the
inside of the arm, so that the air tube runs down the inside of
your forearm and is in line with your middle finger.
3. Secure the cuff around your arm using the fabric fastener strip.
4. Press the I/O button to turn the unit on, then
pump the inflation bulb to inflate the cuff.
After measurement is complete and the
measurement results are displayed, press
the air release button to release any air in
the cuff.
5. Press the I/O button to turn the unit off.
Note: Always wait at least 2-3 minutes before taking another
blood pressure measurement.
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5.Handling Errors and Problems
5. Handling Errors and Problems
5.1
Error Messages
Error Display
Cause
Remedy
Cuff is under inflated.
Press air release button and
restart the measurement with a
higher inflation level. Carefully
read steps under section 3.3.
Movement during
measurement
Repeat measurement. Remain
still and do not talk during
measurement.
Refer to section 3.3.
Air tube disconnected.
Insert the air tube securely.
Refer to section 3.2.
Arm cuff not applied
correctly.
Apply the arm cuff correctly.
Refer to section 3.2.
Clothing is interfering
with the arm cuff.
Remove any clothing interfering
with the arm cuff.
Refer to section 3.2.
Air is leaking from the
arm cuff.
Replace cuff with new one.
Refer to Chapter 7.
The arm cuff was inflated
above 299 mmHg.
Release your hand from the air
inflation bulb before the pressure
reaches 299 mmHg.
Refer to section 3.3.
Battery power is low.
Replace all four “AAA” batteries
with new ones.
Refer to section 2.1.
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Blinks or appears
continuously
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Error Display
Cause
Remedy
Device error.
Contact your OMRON retail outlet
or distributor.
Refer to Chapter 8.
Pressure is too low.
Press the inflation bulb to inflate
the arm cuff until the reinflation
symbol goes out. Or, deflate the
arm cuff and repeat measurement
after checking that the heartbeat
symbol has been displayed.
Refer to section 3.3.
Note: The irregular heartbeat symbol may also be displayed with error messages.
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5.Handling Errors and Problems
5.2
Troubleshooting
Problem
The reading is
extremely low (or high).
Arm cuff pressure does
not rise.
Arm cuff deflates too
soon.
Cannot measure or
readings are too low or
too high.
The unit loses power
during measurement.
Cause
Remedy
Arm cuff not applied
correctly.
Apply the arm cuff
correctly.
Refer to section 3.2.
Movement or talking
during measurement.
Remain still and do not talk
during measurement.
Refer to section 3.3.
Clothing is interfering
with the arm cuff.
Remove any clothing
interfering with the arm
cuff.
Refer to section 3.1.
Is the air tube securely
connected into the main
unit?
Make sure that the air tube
is connected securely.
Refer to section 3.2.
Air is leaking from the
arm cuff.
Replace the arm cuff with
a new one.
Refer to Chapter 7.
The arm cuff is loose.
Apply the cuff correctly so
that it is firmly wrapped
around the arm.
Refer to section 3.2.
Has the arm cuff been
inflated sufficiently?
Inflate the cuff so that it is
30 to 40 mmHg above
your previous
measurement result.
Refer to section 3.3.
Is the air release button
being pressed during
inflation?
Be careful not to press the
air release button during
measurement.
The batteries are empty.
Replace the batteries with
new ones.
Refer to section 2.1.
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5.Handling Errors and Problems
Problem
Cause
Remedy
The batteries are empty.
Replace the batteries with
new ones.
Refer to section 2.1.
The batteries have been
inserted incorrectly.
Insert the batteries with
the correct (+/ -) polarity.
Refer to section 2.1.
Nothing happens when
you press the buttons.
Other problems.
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Press the I/O button and repeat measurement.
If the problem continues, try replacing the batteries
with new ones.
If this still does not solve the problem, contact your
OMRON retail outlet or distributor.
6.Maintenance and Storage
6. Maintenance and Storage
Maintenance
To protect your unit from damage, please observe the
following:
• Do not subject the main unit and cuff to extreme temperatures,
humidity, moisture or direct sunlight.
• Do not fold the cuff or tubing tightly.
• Do not inflate the arm cuff over 299 mmHg.
• Do not disassemble the unit.
• Do not subject the unit to strong shocks or vibrations (for
example, dropping the unit on the floor).
• Do not use volatile liquids to clean the main unit. The unit should
be cleaned with a soft, dry cloth.
• Use a soft, moistened cloth and soap to clean the arm cuff.
• Do not wash the arm cuff or immerse it in water.
• Do not use petrol, thinners or similar solvents to clean the arm
cuff.
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• Do not carry out repairs of any kind yourself. If a defect
occurs, consult your OMRON retail outlet or distributor as
mentioned on the packaging.
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6.Maintenance and Storage
Calibration and Service
• The accuracy of this blood pressure monitor has been
carefully tested and is designed for a long service life.
• It is generally recommended to have the unit inspected every
two years to ensure correct functioning and accuracy. Please
consult your authorised OMRON dealer or the OMRON
Customer Service at the address given on the packaging or
attached literature.
• Do not carry out any repairs yourself. If a defect occurs or you
have doubts about the correct functioning of the device,
consult your authorised OMRON dealer or the OMRON
Customer Service.
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6.Maintenance and Storage
Storage
Keep the unit in its storage case when not in use.
1. Unplug the air tube from the air connector.
2. Gently fold the air tube into the arm
cuff.
Note: Do not bend the air tube
excessively.
3. Place the arm cuff, inflation bulb
and main unit in the storage case.
Do not store the unit in the following situations:
• If the unit is wet.
• Locations exposed to extreme temperatures, humidity, direct
sunlight, dust or corrosive vapours.
• Locations exposed to vibrations, shocks or where it will be at
an angle.
• Locations exposed to chemicals or corrosive vapours.
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7.Optional Parts
7. Optional Parts
Medium Arm Cuffs
Large Arm Cuff
Small Arm Cuff
Arm circumference 22 - 32 cm
Arm circumference 32 - 42 cm
Arm circumference 17 - 22 cm
CM-4997086-7
CS-4997076-0
CL-4997065-4
CM1-7935058-8
Small cuff and bulb combination
Regular bulb
Arm circumference 17 - 22 cm
4997099-9
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4997965-1
8.Technical Data
8. Technical Data
Product Description
Model
Display
Measurement Method
Measurement Range
Memory
Accuracy
Inflation
Deflation
Pressure Detection
Power Source
Battery life
Operating temperature/
Humidity
Storage temperature
Humidity
Console Weight
Cuff Weight
Outer Dimensions
Cuff Dimensions
Package Content
Manual Inflation Blood Pressure Monitor
OMRON M1 Plus (HEM-4011C-E)
LCD Digital Display
Oscillometric method
Pressure: 0 mmHg to 299 mmHg
Pulse: 40 to 180/min.
21 Measurements with date and time
Pressure: r3 mmHg
Pulse: r 5% of display reading
Manual by inflation bulb
Automatic pressure release valve
Capacitive pressure sensor
4 “AAA” batteries 1.5V
Capacity of new alkaline batteries is approx. 1500
measurements
+10°C to +40°C
Maximum: 30 to 85% RH
-20°C to +60°C
Maximum: 10 to 95% RH
Approximately 210g without batteries
Approximately 130g
Approximately 106 (w) mm u 80 (h) mm u 136 (l) mm
Approximately 146 mm u 446 mm
(Medium cuff: arm circumference 22 to 32 cm)
Medium cuff, instruction manual, storage case, battery set,
guarantee card, blood pressure pass, regular bulb.
Note: Subject to technical modification without prior notice
• This OMRON product is produced under the strict quality system of OMRON Healthcare
Co. Ltd., Japan. The Core component for OMRON blood pressure monitors, which is the
Pressure Sensor, is produced in Japan for assembly.
• Disposal of this product and used batteries should be carried out in accordance
with the national regulations for the disposal of electronic products.
= Type B
This device fulfils the previsions of EC directive 93/42/EEC (Medical Device
Directive). This blood pressure monitor is designed according to the European Standard
EN1060, Non-invasive sphygmomanometers Part 1: General Requirements and Part 3:
Supplementary requirements for electromechanical blood pressure measuring systems.
Caution: Please read the instruction manual carefully
before using the device.
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8.Technical Data
Important information regarding Electro Magnetic Compatibility (EMC)
With the increased number of electronic devices such as PC’s and mobile (cellular)
telephones, medical devices in use may be susceptible to electromagnetic
interference from other devices. Electromagnetic interference may result in
incorrect operation of the medical device and create a potentially unsafe situation.
Medical devices should also not interfere with other devices.
In order to regulate the requirements for EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) with
the aim to prevent unsafe product situations, the EN60601-1-2 standard has been
implemented. This standard defines the levels of immunity to electromagnetic
interferences as well as maximum levels of electromagnetic emissions for medical
devices.
This medical device manufactured by OMRON Healthcare conforms to this
EN60601-1-2:2001 standard for both immunity and emissions.
Nevertheless, special precautions need to be observed:
• Do not use mobile (cellular) telephones and other devices, which generate strong
electrical or electromagnetic fields, near the medical device. This may result in
incorrect operation of the unit and create a potentially unsafe situation. Recommendation is to keep a minimum distance of 7 m. Verify correct operation of the
device in case the distance is shorter.
Further documentation in accordance with EN60601-1-2:2001 is available at
OMRON Healthcare Europe at the address mentioned in this instruction manual.
Documentation is also available at www.omron-healthcare.com.
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be
disposed of, with other household wastes at the end of its working life. To prevent
possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste
disposal, please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly
to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this
product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can take
this item for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of
the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial
wastes for disposal.
This product does not contain any hazardous substances.
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9.Some Useful Information about Blood Pressure
9. Some Useful Information about Blood Pressure
What is Blood Pressure?
Blood pressure is a measure of the force of blood flowing
against the walls of the arteries. Arterial blood pressure is
constantly changing during the course of the heart’s cycle.
The highest pressure in the cycle is called the Systolic Blood
Pressure; the lowest is the Diastolic Blood Pressure.
Both pressure readings, the Systolic and Diastolic, are
necessary to enable a doctor to evaluate the status of a
patient’s blood pressure.
Why is it a Good Thing to measure Blood Pressure at
Home?
Having your blood pressure measured by a doctor can cause
anxiety which is itself a cause of high blood pressure. As a
variety of conditions affect blood pressure, a single
measurement may not be sufficient for an accurate diagnosis.
Many factors such as physical activity, anxiety, or the time of
day, can influence your blood pressure. Thus it is best to try
and measure your blood pressure at the same time each day,
to get an accurate indication of any changes in blood pressure.
Blood pressure is typically low in the morning and increases
from afternoon to evening. It is lower in the summer and higher
in the winter.
Blood pressure is measured in millimetres of mercury (mmHg)
and measurements are written with the systolic pressure
before the diastolic e.g. A blood pressure written as 135/85, is
referred to as 135 over 85 mmHg.
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Upper curve: systolic blood pressure
Lower curve: diastolic blood pressure
200
mmHg
150
100
50
6
12
18
24
Time of day
Example: fluctuation within a day (male, 35 years old)
Classification of Blood Pressure by the World Heath
Organization
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the International
Society of Hypertension (ISH) developed the Blood Pressure
Classification shown in this figure.
Systolic blood pressure
(mmHg)
Severe hypertension
180
Moderate hypertension
160
Mild hypertension
140
Normal systolic value
130
120
Normal blood
pressure
Optimal blood
pressure
(target value)
80
85
90
100 110
Diastolic
blood
pressure
(mmHg)
This classification is based on the blood pressure values
measured on people in a sitting position in outpatient
departments of hospitals.
* There is no universally accepted definition of hypotension.
However, those having the systolic pressure below
100 mmHg are assumed as hypotensive.
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9.Some Useful Information about Blood Pressure
Manufacturer
OMRON HEALTHCARE Co., Ltd.
53, Kunotsubo, Terado-cho, Muko, Kyoto,
617-0002 JAPAN
EU-representative
OMRON HEALTHCARE EUROPE B.V.
Scorpius 33, 2132 LR Hoofddorp, THE NETHERLANDS
www.omron-healthcare.com
Production facility
OMRON (DALIAN) CO., LTD.
Dalian, CHINA
OMRON HEALTHCARE UK LTD.
Opal Drive, Fox Milne, Milton Keynes, MK15 0DG, U.K.
Subsidiary
OMRON MEDIZINTECHNIK
HANDELSGESELLSCHAFT mbH
John-Deere-Str. 81a, 68163 Mannheim, GERMANY
www.omron-medizintechnik.de
OMRON SANTÉ FRANCE SAS
14, rue de Lisbonne, 93561 Rosny-sous-Bois Cedex, FRANCE
Made in China
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