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Easy One Step
Blood Pressure Monitor
Trilingual Instruction Guide – MODEL UA-631V
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This Monitor is clinically validated
This LifeSource blood pressure monitor has undergone and passed
a Clinical Validation study to determine the performance and
accuracy. This monitor is clinically validated according to the
British Hypertension Society (BHS) standard. The BHS is the most
prestigious international blood pressure organization. The published
study was performed by a reviewing committee consisting of
physicians and/or nurses.
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important information
Please read this important information before using your monitor.
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Please remember that only a medical practitioner is qualified to
interpret your blood pressure measurements. Use of this device
should not replace regular medical examinations.
Have your physician review your procedure for using
this device. He or she will want to verify blood pressure
measurements before prescribing or adjusting medications.
Consult your physician if you have any doubt about your
readings. Should a mechanical problem occur, contact A&D
Medical.
Do not attempt to service, calibrate, or repair this monitor.
Because your UA-631V monitor contains delicate, highprecision parts, avoid exposing it to extremes in temperature or
humidity or to direct sunlight, shock and dust. A&D Medical
guarantees the accuracy of this monitor only when it is stored
and used within the temperature and humidity ranges noted
on page E-17.
Clean the monitor and cuff with a dry, soft cloth or a cloth
dampened with water and a mild detergent. Never use alcohol,
benzene, thinner or other harsh chemicals to clean monitor or
cuff.
Remove and replace batteries if monitor is not used for more
than six months. Alkaline batteries recommended.
PRECAUTIONS
The UA-631V is designed to be used at home, by those who are
eighteen (18) years and older, to monitor blood pressure (systolic and
diastolic) and pulse rate. It is not designed for ambulatory use.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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WHAT DISPLAY SYMBOLS MEAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-2
MONITOR COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-3
HOW UA-631V WORKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-4
BEFORE YOU START . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-4
SELECTING THE CORRECT CUFF Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-5
TAKING YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-6 — E-7
WHAT IS AN IRREGULAR HEARTBEAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8
About cuff inflation METER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-8
ABOUT average reading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-9
ABOUT PRESSURE RATING INDICATOR™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-9
ABOUT MEMORY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-10
ABOUT BLOOD PRESSURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-11 — E-15
troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . e-16
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-17
CONTACT INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E-18
FRENCH INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F-1
SPANISH INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S-1
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WHAT DISPLAY SYMBOLS MEAN
Display Symbol
Condition/Cause
Recommended Action
The symbol shown while measurement is in progress. It blinks
while detecting the pulse.
Measurement is in progress,
remain as still as possible.
An irregular heartbeat or body
movement may have occurred.
Refer to page E-8 for more information on irregular heartbeats.
Take measurement again and
consult with your physician.
Previous measurement stored in
MEMORY.
Battery Full
Battery Low
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The battery power indicator during measurement.
The batteries are low when it
blinks.
Replace all batteries with new
ones when the symbol blinks.
Alkaline batteries recommended.
Unstable blood pressure due to
excessive body movement.
Try the measurement again.
Remain very still during the
measurement.
The systolic and diastolic values
are within 10 mmHg of each
other.
Fasten the cuff correctly, and try
the measurement again.
The pressure value did not
increase during inflation.
Check for air leaks along the
tube and around the air socket.
The cuff is not fastened correctly.
Refasten the cuff and retake
measurement.
There is an air leak in the cuff or
monitor.
Make sure tube is properly connected to cuff and monitor.
The pulse is not detected correctly.
The symbol will appear on the pulse
display area.
Try the measurement again.
Remain very still during the
measurement.
Cuff Inflation Meter
Measurement is in progress,
remain as still as possible
Pressure Rating Indicator™
Refer to the section “About
Pressure Rating Indicator” for
further explanation.
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MONITOR COMPONENTS
SYSTOLIC PRESSURE
DIASTOLIC PRESSURE
PRESSURE RATING
INDICATOR
PULSE RATE
CUFF INFLATION
METER
Irregular
Heartbeat
START BUTTON
AIR CONNECTOR PLUG
AIR SOCKET
MEMORY BUTTON
AIR HOSE
ARM CUFF
PROPER FIT RANGE
BATTERY COVER
INDEX MARK
1.5V BATTERIES
(AA, R6P or LR6)
batteries not included
BATTERY COMPARTMENT
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HOW UA-631V WORKS
Lifesource blood pressure monitors are easy to use, accurate and
digitally display full measurement readouts. Our technology is
based on the “oscillometric method” – a noninvasive blood pressure
determination. The term “oscillation” refers to any measure of
vibrations caused by the arterial pulse. Our monitor examines the
pulsatile pressure generated by the arterial wall as it expands and
contracts against the cuff with each heartbeat.
The cuff is inflated until the artery is fully blocked. The inflation
speed is maximized and the pressure level is optimized by the device.
The monitor takes measurements while the cuff is both inflating and
deflating. This results in a faster measurement providing greater
comfort to the user.
before you start
You must install 4 type AA (1.5 volt) batteries not included (alkaline batteries recommended) and attach the cuff to the monitor before using it.
To install batteries (or replace them if the “Low Battery” symbol appears
on display), proceed as follows:
1. Remove battery compartment cover by gently
pushing down on arrow and sliding cover forward.
2. Put in bottom row of batteries first. Place the
batteries in compartment with positive (+) and
negative (–) terminals matching those indicated in the compartment. Be sure batteries make
contact with compartment terminals.
3. Replace cover by sliding it into the compartment and gently pressing into place.
NOTE: Rechargeable batteries will not work with this
monitor.
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SELECTING THE CORRECT CUFF SIZE
Using the correct cuff size is important for an accurate reading. A cuff
that is too large will produce a reading that is lower than the correct
blood pressure; a cuff that is too small will produce a reading that is
higher than the correct blood pressure. With your arm hanging at the
side of your body, measure the circumference of your upper arm at
the midpoint between the shoulder and elbow.
Cuff Size Indicator On The Cuff
Our cuff has an indicator which tells you whether you are using the
correct cuff size or not. Place the cuff on your arm (see Page E-6 to learn
how to put the cuff on correctly) and if the Index Mark
points
within the Proper Fit Range, you are using the correct cuff size.
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TAKING YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE
Tips for Blood Pressure Monitoring:
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Relax for several moments before measurement.
Do not smoke or ingest caffeine at least 30 minutes prior to
measurement
Remove constricting clothing and place cuff on bare arm.
Unless your physician recommends otherwise, use left arm to
measure pressure.
Do not talk during measurement.
Do not cross legs, and keep your feet flat on floor during
measurement.
Now you are ready. Follow these simple steps:
1. Sit comfortably with your left arm resting on
a flat surface so that the center of your upper
arm is at the same height as your heart.
Cuff
Tube
2. Lay left arm on the table, palm up and thread cuff end through
metal loop, smooth side against arm. Then position the tube offcenter toward the inner side of arm in line with the little finger.
3. Pull the end of the cuff to tighten it, fold back the
extra material, and fasten securely. The cuff should
be snug but not too tight. You should be able to
insert two fingers between the cuff and your arm.
IMPORTANT: Measure pressure at the same time each day.
4. Confirm that the index
the proper fit range.
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TAKING YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE
5. Press the START button. As the cuff pressurizes, measurement will
begin and the Cuff Inflation Meter will show on the display screen.
It is normal for the cuff to feel very tight.
NOTE: If an appropriate pressure is not obtained, the device automatically starts to inflate
again.
NOTE: If you wish to stop inflation at any time, press the START button again.
6. When the inflation is complete, the deflation starts automatically
and the symbol blinks, indicating that the measurement is in
progress. Once the pulse is detected, the symbol flashes with each
pulse beat.
NOTE: If an appropriate pressure is not obtained, the device automatically starts to inflate
again.
7. When the measurement is complete, the
systolic and diastolic pressure readings and
pulse rate are displayed.
The cuff deflates and the monitor automatically shuts off after 60 seconds, or you can
turn it off by pressing the START button.
SYSTOLIC
DIASTOLIC
PULSE
8. The reading is then stored into memory. See page E-10 for more
details about the memory function.
9. Remove cuff and make a note of your blood pressure and pulse
rate on the chart in the back of the manual, indicating date and
time of measurement.
We advise that you record the date and time after each
measurement because an accurate blood pressure history relies
not on single or sporadic readings but on a pattern over time.
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WHAT IS AN Irregular HeartBeat
The UA-631V monitor provides a blood pressure and pulse rate
measurement even when an irregular heartbeat occurs. The irregular
heartbeat symbol
will appear in the display window in the event
an irregular heartbeat has occurred during measurement. An irregular
heartbeat is defined as a heartbeat that varies by 25% from the
average of all heartbeat intervals during the blood pressure
measurement. It is important that you relax, remain still and refrain
from talking during measurements.
NOTE: We recommend contacting your physician if you see this
symbol frequently.
About cuff inflation METER
The Cuff Inflation Meter is located on the left side of the display
screen to tell you when the blood pressure monitor is inflating and
deflating the cuff. The Cuff Inflation Meter moves up during inflation
and moves down during deflation.
Inflation in Progress
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Inflation Complete
Deflation/Measurement in
Progress
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About Average Reading
The UA-631V provides an average blood pressure
reading based on the total measurements stored in
memory. When taking a measurement, the average
blood pressure reading will appear and the number
of measurements stored in memory will flash several
times before the cuff begins to inflate.
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nUmBEr oF mEaSUrEmEntS sTored
in MeMory
About Pressure Rating Indicator™
The Pressure Rating Indicator™ is a feature
which provides a snapshot of your blood pressure classification based on your measurements.
This will let you quickly know what your
blood pressure readings mean. Each segment
of the bar indicator corresponds to the Seventh
Report of the Joint National Committee (JNC7)
on Prevention, Evaluation and Treatment of
High Blood Pressure from the National Heart,
Lung and Blood Institute - May 2003. For a
more detailed look at this blood pressure classification, please refer to
“Assessing High Blood Pressure” on page E-12.
:The indicator displays a segment, based on the current
measurement, corresponding to the JNC7 Classification.
NOTE: Due to other risk factors (e.g. diabetes, obesity, smoking, etc.) in addition to your
blood pressure measurement, the Pressure Rating Indicator is approximate. Please
consult with your physician for interpretation and diagnosis of your blood pressure
measurements.
NOTE: Residents outside of the United States (e.g.. Canada and Mexico) should refer to
the WHO Classification Table on page E-12 for assessment of their blood pressure
measurement.
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About Memory
This monitor automatically stores up to sixty (60) blood pressure and
pulse measurements in memory. Measurements stored in memory are
assigned an index number in the order of the newest to the oldest.
The oldest reading displays as “n01”. The M symbol in the upper left
corner of the display screen indicates that you are viewing a previous
measurement stored in memory.
To retrieve readings, follow these simple steps:
1. When the display screen is blank, press and quickly
release the Memory button. You will see the index
number of the most recent blood pressure that was
taken followed by the measurement.
2. If you want to retrieve other measurements in
memory, press and release the Memory button
repeatedly until the desired index number is
reached (e.g. n04). The measurement will then be
displayed.
3. The display will shut off automatically a few
seconds after the readings are displayed.
If there are no measurements stored in memory, you
will see two 0s displayed vertically followed by a
blinking “A00”.
To clear the measurement history from memory, press and hold the
Memory button for at least five seconds while the display screen
is showing blank. Release the Memory button when you see the M
symbol in upper left hand corner of the display flash and disappears.
This indicates that the memory has been cleared.
NOTE: Stored measurements, will be lost if batteries become low or are removed.
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ABOUT BLOOD PRESSURE
What Is Blood Pressure?
Blood pressure is the force exerted by blood against the walls of the
arteries. Systolic pressure occurs when the heart contracts; diastolic
pressure occurs when the heart expands. Blood pressure is measured
in millimeters of mercury (mmHg).
What Affects Blood Pressure?
Blood pressure is affected by many factors: age, weight, time of day,
activity level, climate, altitude and season. Certain activities can
significantly alter one’s blood pressure. Walking can raise systolic
pressure by 12 mmHg and diastolic pressure by 5.5 mmHg. Sleeping
can decrease systolic blood pressure by as much as 10 mmHg.
In addition to these factors, beverages containing caffeine or alcohol,
certain medications, emotional stress and even tight-fitting clothes can
make a difference in the readings.
What Causes Variations In Blood Pressure?
An individual’s blood pressure varies greatly from day to day and
season to season. For hypersensitive individuals, these variations are
even more pronounced. Normally, blood pressure rises during work
or play and falls to its lowest levels during sleep.
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ABOUT BLOOD PRESSURE
Assessing High Blood Pressure for Adults
The following standards for assessing high blood pressure (without
regard to age or gender) have been established as a guideline. Please
note that other risk factors (e.g. diabetes, obesity, smoking, etc.) need
to be taken into consideration and may affect these figures. Consult
with your physician for an accurate assessment.
JNC7 Classification Table – for adults within the U.S.
BP Classification
Systolic (mmHg)
Normal
less than 120
Prehypertension
120-139
Stage 1 Hypertension 140-159
Stage 2 Hypertension
greater than
or equal to
160
Diastolic (mmHg)
and
or
or
or
less than 80
80-89
90-99
greater than
or equal to
100
SOURCE: The Seventh Report of the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Evaluation
and Treatment of High Blood Pressure for Adults. National Heart, Lung and Blood
Institute - May 2003.
WHO Classification Table – for adults outside of the U.S. (e.g.
Canada, Mexico)
BP Classification
Systolic (mmHg)
Optimal
less than 120
Normal
less than 130
High-Normal
130-139
Stage 1 Hypertension 140-159
Stage 2 Hypertension 160-179
Stage 3 Hypertension
greater than
or equal to
180
Diastolic (mmHg)
and
or
or
or
or
or
less than 80
less than 85
85-89
90-99
100-109
greater than
or equal to
110
SOURCE: Standards to assess high blood pressure, without regard to age or gender,
have been established by the World Health Organization (WHO).
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ABOUT BLOOD PRESSURE
What Is Hypertension?
Hypertension (high blood pressure) is the diagnosis given when readings consistently rise above normal. It is well known that hypertension can lead to stroke, heart attack or other illness if left untreated.
Referred to as a “silent killer” because it does not always produce
symptoms that alert you to the problem, hypertension is treatable
when diagnosed early.
Can Hypertension Be Controlled?
In many individuals, hypertension can be controlled by altering
lifestyle and minimizing stress, and by appropriate medication
prescribed and monitored by your doctor. The American Heart
Association recommends the following lifestyle suggestions to prevent
or control hypertension:
Don’t smoke.
Exercise routinely.
Reduce salt and fat intake.
Have regular physical checkups.
Maintain proper weight.
Monitor your blood pressure at periodic intervals.
Why Measure Blood Pressure at Home?
It is now well known that, for many individuals, blood pressure readings taken in a doctor’s office or hospital setting might be elevated as a
result of apprehension and anxiety. This response is commonly called
“white coat hypertension.” In any case, self-measurement at home
supplements your doctor’s readings and provides a more accurate,
complete blood pressure history. In addition, clinical studies have
shown that the detection and treatment of hypertension is improved
when patients both consult their physicians and monitor their own
blood pressure at home.
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ABOUT BLOOD PRESSURE
Answers to Why Your Readings Are Different Between Home and at the Doctor’s Office
Why are my readings different between home and at a doctor’s
office?
Your blood pressure readings taken in a doctor’s office or hospital
setting may be elevated as a result of apprehension and anxiety. This
response is known as White Coat Hypertension.
When I bring my monitor to a doctor’s office, why do I get a
different measurement from my monitor to that taken by a doctor
or nurse?
The healthcare professional may be using a different sized cuff. The
size of the bladder inside the cuff is critical for the accuracy of the
measurement. This may give you a different reading. A cuff too large
will produce a reading that is lower than the correct blood pressure;
a cuff that is too small will produce a reading that is higher than the
correct blood pressure. There may also be other factors that can cause
the difference in measurements.
Keys to Successful Monitoring:
Blood pressure fluctuates throughout the day. We recommend that
you are consistent in your daily measurement routine:
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Measure at the same time every day.
Sit in the same chair/position.
Do not cross legs and keep your feet flat on the floor.
Relax for several moments before measurement.
Use the correct cuff size to get an accurate reading.
Sit still during measurement – no talking, eating or sudden movements.
Record your measurement in a logbook.
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Establishing Baseline Measurements
The most important method to get an accurate blood pressure measurement is consistency. To get the most benefit out of your monitor, it
is important to establish a “baseline measurement.” This helps build
a foundation of measurements that you can use to compare against
future readings. To build this baseline measurement, devote two
weeks for consistent blood pressure monitoring. This involves doing
everything the same way when you measure (e.g. measuring during
the same time of day, in the same location, sitting in the same chair,
using the same cuff, etc.). Once you establish your baseline measurement, you can start evaluating if your measurement has been affected
based on lifestyle changes or medication treatment.
How Do I Record My Blood Pressure?
Blood pressure readings are typically recorded with the systolic pressure written first, followed by a slash mark and the diastolic pressure.
For example, 120 mmHg systolic and 80 mmHg diastolic measurements are written as 120/80. Pulse is simply written with the letter
“P” followed by the pulse rate—P 72, for example. Please see the back
of the manual for the blood pressure tracking record.
Customer Support Tools Online
Additional tools are available on www.LifeSourceOnline.com to help
you get the most out of your blood pressure monitoring.
These include:
• Large Print Instruction Manuals
• Animated Operating Instructions for select models
• Additional Logbook Sheets
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Probable cause
Nothing appears in the
display, after I press the
START button.
Corrective action
Batteries are drained.
Replace all batteries with
new ones. Alkaline batteries
recommended.
Battery terminals are not in
the correct position.
Reinstall the batteries with
negative and positive
terminals matching those
indicated in the battery
compartment.
The cuff does not inflate.
Battery voltage is too low.
Low battery symbol blinks.
[If the batteries are drained
completely, the mark does
not appear.]
Replace all batteries with
new ones. Alkaline batteries
recommended.
The unit does not measure. Readings are too
high or too low.
The cuff is not fastened
properly.
Fasten the cuff correctly.
You moved your arm or
body during the measurement.
Make sure you remain very
still and quiet during the
measurement.
The cuff position is not
correct.
Sit comfortably and still.
Make sure the cuff is at the
same level as your heart.
You are using the wrong
size cuff.
See Pg. E-5 "Selecting the
Correct Cuff."
The healthcare professional
may be using a different
sized cuff.
See Pg. E-14 "Answers to
Why Your Readings Are
Different Between Home
and the Doctor’s Office."
Your measurements may
be elevated by white coat
hypertension
See Pg. E-13 "Why Measure
Blood Pressure at Home."
The value is different
from that measured at a
clinic or doctor’s office.
NOTE: If the actions described above do not solve the problem, call 1-888-726-9966.
Do not attempt to repair the device yourself as this may void your warranty.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model������������������������������������������������������ UA-631V
Type �������������������������������������������������������� Oscillometric
Display���������������������������������������������������� Digital, 15/10-mm character height
Pressure/pulse displayed simultaneously
Memory�������������������������������������������������� 60 readings
Measurement range ���������������������������� Pressure: 20 mmHg to 280 mmHg
Pulse: 40 pulses to 180 pulses
Accuracy ������������������������������������������������ Pressure: +3 mmHg or +2%,
whichever is greater
Pulse: +5%
Pressurization���������������������������������������� Automatic, using micropump
Depressurization���������������������������������� Constant air release valve system
Power source ���������������������������������������� 4 type “AA” (1.5 volt) maganese
batteries (not included) or 120V AC Adapter
Battery life �������������������������������������������� Approximately 300 measurement Operating environment���������������������� 50ºF to 104ºF (10ºC to 40ºC)
Less than 85% relative humidity
Storage environment �������������������������� -14ºF to 140ºF (-10ºC to 60ºC)
Less than 95% relative humidity
Dimensions�������������������������������������������� Length: 5.1”(130 mm)
Width: 5.7”(144 mm)
Height: 2.2” (55 mm)
Weight���������������������������������������������������� 10.6 oz. (300 g) without batteries
Blood pressure measurements determined by the UA-631V are equivalent to those
obtained by a trained observer using the cuff/stethoscope auscultation method
within the limits prescribed by the American National Standards Institute for
electronic or automated sphygmomanometers.
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CONTACT INFORMATION
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IMPORTANT!
If You Need Assistance with the Set-Up or Operation
We Can Help!
Please call us FIRST before contacting your retailer at
LifeSource Health Line
1-888-726-9966 - Toll Free
A specially trained representative will assist you.
A division of A&D Engineering, Inc.
1756 Automation Parkway
San Jose, CA 95131
1-888-726-9966
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Pressure Rating Indicator is a trademark and LifeSource is a registered trademark of
A&D Medical. Pressure Rating Indicator is patent pending.
© 2009 A&D Medical. All rights reserved.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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B L O O D
P R E S S U R E
R E C O R D
JOURNAL DE LA TENSION ARTÉRIELLE
REGISTRO DE LA PRESION ARTERIAL
Name :
Nom :
Nombre:
DATE
DATE
FECHA
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AM
AM
AM
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