Instruction Manual Blood Pressure Monitor ZSBP-101

Instruction Manual
Blood Pressure Monitor ZSBP-101
Contents
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Introduction…………………………………..1
Medical Disclaimer……………………..….. 1
Intended use……………………..…………. 1
Blood Pressure Chart……………..………..2
Parts identification………………..…………4
Battery Installation / Replacement……..….5
Attaching Pressure Cuff……………….…...6
How to measure…………………………….10
Care and Maintenance……………………. 12
Troubleshooting……………………………..12
Factors affecting the measurement of
Blood pressure…...……………………….…13
Specifications………………………………..14
Personal Blood Pressure Record…..……..19
©2008 all rights reserved
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1. Introduction
Before operating this device, please read these
instructions completely and save this manual for future
use. This device is a compact, lightweight and easy to
use which allows you to get quick and easy readings at
home, at work or almost anywhere!
2. Medical disclaimer
This device and manual are not meant to be a substitute
for advice provided by your doctor or other medical
professional. If you have or suspect that you have a
medical problem, promptly consult your healthcare
provider.
3. Intended Use
Intended use of this device is limited to measurements
of systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure and
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pulse (measured at the arm using an oscillometric
measurement method).
This product is recommended for use by people over the
age of 18 and is made for home, not clinical use.
4. Blood Pressure Chart
So you've measured your blood pressure but how do
you know if your blood pressure is normal? The World
Health Organization (WHO) and the International
Society of Hypertension (ISH) have developed the
below blood pressure chart/classification system to
define different types of blood pressure.
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5.Parts identification
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6.Battery Installation / Replacement
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Remove the cover from the battery
compartment and Insert 4 “AA” size alkaline
batteries as shown.
Be sure to pay attention to the polarity of the
batteries so that the + (positive) and –
(negative) marks must match those in the
battery compartment.
If the low Battery indicator
appears on
the display, replace the batteries.
ATTENTION: Batteries must be disposed of properly,
and should not be thrown out.
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7. Attaching Pressure Cuff
a.
Press your brachial artery with two fingers
approximately one inch above the elbow on the inside of
your left arm.
b.
Determine where your strongest pulse is. Slide
the end of the arm cuff furthest from the tube through the
metal ring to a loop. The smooth cloth should be on the
inside of the cuff.
c.
If the cuff is located correctly, the Velcro will be on
the outside of the cuff and the metal ring will not touch
your skin.
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d.
Put your left arm through the cuff loop. The bottom
of the cuff should be approximately one inch above
elbow. The cuff should lie over the brachial artery on the
inside of the arm.
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e.
Pull the cuff so that the top and bottom edges are
tightened around your arm.
f.
When the cuff is positioned properly, press the
Velcro firmly against the pile side of the cuff.
g.
Sit on a chair and place your arm on the table so
that the cuff is at the same level as your heart.
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h.
Relax your arm and turn your arm upward.
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Make sure there are no kinks in the air tube.
Remain still and do not talk during measurement.
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8. How to measure
a)
Set or adjust the clock:
MODE key: This key is used to adjust the time.
Press the MODE key once and the HOUR number
will flash. Press the SET key to adjust the
HOUR accordingly. Press the MODE key again
and the MINUTE number will flash. Press the SET
key to adjust the MINUTE setting. Press the
MODE key once more to finish setting the time. If
no key is pressed, the machine will return to its
original status after flashing for 15 seconds.
b)
Measurement procedures:
START/STOP key: This key is used to start or
stop the testing of blood pressure and pulse.
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Hold down the START/STOP key for 3
seconds and the LCD will show date and time.
When the “00” is displayed, the device is
ready for measurement.
Press START/STOP key again, and the
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pressure cuff inflates and the
symbols will
appear indicating that measurement is in
progress.
Once the pulse is detected. the heart symbol
“” will flash along with “BI---BI” sound until
the systolic, diastolic and pulse data are
displayed. Once you hear two more sounds
the cuff pressure will deflate and the
measurement is completed.
For successive reading, wait 5 to 8 minutes
between measurements.
This device can save up to 60 sets of data.
The newest data will replace the oldest data
once the memory is full.
When no START/STOP key is pressed, the
device will be shut down automatically after
60 seconds.
c) Stored data recall
RECALL key: Press down this key to start the
machine. Once you start the machine the
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latest data will be shown. You can use the RECALL
key to look over the stored data sets one by one,
which will show the time, pressure and pulse count.
Note: To stop measuring or exit any mode in
process, press “START/STOP” button.
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Care and Maintenance
For cleaning, use a soft, lightly moistened cloth.
Do not use petroleum sprits, thinners or similar
solvents.
Do not wash the cuff
Avoid storing the unit where it will be exposed
to direct sunlight, dust or high humidity.
10. Troubleshooting
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When an error occurs (“Err”) no data will be
saved and the following messages may be
displayed.
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LCD
display
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Display
meaning
Reason and
debug
Err
01
No pulse is
detected
Err
02
Too many
distractions
Err
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Data error
Re-wrap the cuff
and restart
Keep good pose
and remain calm
during retesting
Data range error.
The data gap
between diastolic
and systolic is
either above 150
or less than 15
Factors affecting the measurement of blood
pressure
Blood pressure can be irregular in the following
circumstances:
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After eating a meal, drinking wine, coffee or
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black tea
After smoking, exercising or bathing
If you are talking or moving while the
measurement is taken
If you are nervous or in an unstable mood
If your belly is pressed while the
measurement is taken
If the ambient temperature is changing rapidly
If you are in a moving vehicle
If you measure repeatedly without adequate
rest between each measurement
12.Specifications
Model No.
. ZSBP-101
Measurement Method . Oscillometric
Measurement Range . Pressure: 20 ~ 280 mmHg
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. Pulse:
40 ~ 160 beats/minute
Accuracy Calibration . Pressure within ± 3mmHg
. Pulse within ± 5%
. Automatic Re-inflation pump
Fuzzy Pressure
system
Inflation
. Automatic inflation (Air Pump)
. Automatic air release control
Deflation of Pressure valve
Exhaust
. Automatic exhaust valve
Display
. Liquid crystal digital display
Memory
. 60- data sets
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Unit Dimension
. L 150 x W 108 x H 60 mm
Unit Weight
. Approx. 392 g excluding batteries
. Arm circumference approx. 22 ~
Cuff Size
32 cm / 8 5/8" ~ 12 5/8"
Operating
Temperature
. Temperature: 50º F to 104º F
. Relative Humidity Less than 85%
Storage Temperature . Temperature -4º F to 122º F
. Relative Humidity: Less than 85%
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. Alkaline Battery: 4 x AA
6V DC (not included)
. Adaptor (not included):
I/P: 120VA C, 60HZ, 11W
(U.S. area)
230V AC, 50 HZ
(European area)
Power Supply
O/P: 6V DC, 1A,
. About 6 months when used once
Battery Life
a day
Automatic Power Off . About 1 minute after
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measurement is complete
. Instruction manual, medium arm
Accessories
cuff with tube
**These specifications are subject to change without
notice for purpose of improvement.
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13. Personal Blood Pressure’s Record
Name _________________ Age __________
Weight ________
DATE
TIME
SYS./DIA./PULSE
REMARK
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