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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
FOR
DIGITAL BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR
REF
CH-437C
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GENERAL REMARKS
General remarks on blood pressure and blood pressure measurement
1. If the cuff is to be deflated quickly, depress “POWER” switch.
2. The attached cuff is suited for an arm circumstance of 22 cm to 32 cm.
3. When attaching the cuff, the air hose should be placed on the inside of your arm on top
of the arterial.
4. Self measurement is not therapy! In no case may you change the dosage of medication
prescribed by your physician.
5. In preparation for blood pressure measurement, you should urinate and then remain
relatively still for 10 to 15 minutes prior to measurement.
6. Exercising, eating, drinking, smoking, etc., prior to measurement may affect the results.
7. Blood pressure varies constantly throughout the day. Measurement should be made
regularly at the same time each day.
8. DO NOT be too impressed by the results of one measurement. Keep a record of blood
pressure variations. Many reading tell a story.
9. Emotional stress may tend to cause blood pressure to rise.
For proper measure of blood pressure
1. Take a deep breath five or six times and then relax before measuring your blood
pressure. If you are tense when taking the measurement, you will not get a valid reading.
2. Blood pressure will be elevated when you are in a worrisome or irritated state, suffering
from lack of sleep or constipation, or after exercise or a meal.
3. Wrap the cuff around the arm and tighten it so that one finger may be inserted between
the cuff and arm. (See page 15)
4. DO NOT measure blood pressure after bathing or drinking.
5. When you feel like relieving yourself, you should do so before measuring your blood
pressure.
6. Measure your blood pressure where the room temperature is about 20°C. DO NOT
measure blood pressure when it is too cold (below 10°C) or too hot (above 40°C) in the
room.
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7. DO NOT try to measure blood pressure immediately after drinking coffee or tea or
smoking.
8. Measure blood pressure with a relaxed and quiet posture. Keep the center of the cuff at
the level of your heart, and DO NOT move your arm or talk.
9. DO NOT measure blood pressure after the cuff has been on for a few minute, as your
arm will have built up higher blood pressure, and you will not get valid reading.
10. Next figure shows the classification of blood pressure according to WHO-standard.
Remarks:
The graph is not exact,
but may be used as a
guide in understanding
non-invasive blood
pressure measurements.
The device intended for
use in adult population.
Definition and Classification of Blood Pressure Levels
Measure your blood pressure at the same time on a daily basis.
* The blood pressure changes at all times. This means that data gathered over a long
period has great significance instead of data on just one measurement. It is therefore
necessary to measure your blood pressure on a daily basis. Ideally, you should measure
your blood pressure daily at the same time as far as possible.
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GENERAL REMARKS
PRECAUTION FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE
Precaution for use
1. If you suffer from heart disease, high blood pressure or other circulatory disease, please
consult your doctor first.
2. If you feel abnormal pressure of the cuff during use or any other irregularity, reduce the
pressure by immediately switching off the power or remove the batteries and consult the
sales outlet where purchased.
3. If you think the measured value is abnormal or if measuring makes you feel unwell,
discontinue use and consult your doctor.
4. Measurement of blood pressure may not be possible for someone with a weak pulse or
arrhythmia.
5. If blood pressure is measured repeatedly, congestion, swelling, etc. may occur in some
people.
6. If blood pressure is measured repeatedly, an accurate result will not be achieved. An
interval of about 10 minutes should be allowed.
7. Consult your physician before use if you suffer a severe disorder of blood circulation in
the arms. Failure to do so may cause health hazards.
8. Measurement may not be possible for someone with an insufficient blood flow in the area
to be measured or frequent irregular heartbeats. Consult your physician for judgment.
9. DO NOT wrap the arm cuff around an injured arm.
10. DO NOT wrap the arm cuff to the arm where a drip (intravenous infusion) or blood
transfusion under medical treatment. Failure to do so may cause an injury or a serious
accident.
11. DO NOT use in the vicinity of flammable gases such as anesthetic gases because of the
risk of ignition and explosion.
12. DO NOT use in enriched oxygen environments such as a hospital’s hyperbaric chamber
or oxygen tent because of the risk of ignition and fire.
13. DO NOT use a mobile phone near the unit. Doing so may result in malfunction.
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14. If you use a cardiac pacemaker, consult your physician before using the monitor.
15. Be sure to use this unit only for measuring blood pressure. DO NOT use it for any
other purpose.
16. Be sure to use only our authorized parts and accessories. Parts and accessories
not approved for use with the device may damage the unit.
17. DO NOT use this unit on infants.
18. Blood pressure measurement may not be possible for anyone with common
arrhythmias such as atrial or ventricular premature beats or atrial fibrillation.
19. The monitor is not intended to be a diagnostic device, because it is intended for
home use.
Maintenance Precautions
1.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
DO NOT store the blood pressure monitor in locations exposed to direct sunlight,
high temperatures (over 60°C), low temperatures (below -20°C), high relative
humidity (over 95%) or excessive amounts of dust.
Make sure to store the blood pressure monitor, where children, pets and or pests
are not there.
DO NOT drop the blood pressure monitor or the cuff and subject it to other
shocks or vibration.
Remove the batteries if the monitor will be left unused for a long period.
DO NOT attempt to disassemble the monitor or the cuff.
DO NOT bend the cuff or the air hose excessively.
If the monitor is very dirty, wipe it clean with a cloth moistened with sterilizing
alcohol or a neutral detergent. Then wipe it with a dry cloth.
NEVER clean the blood pressure monitor with thinners or benzene, as this could
damage the monitor.
To clean the cuff, wipe it with a moist cloth. Avoid hard rubbing, as this will cause
air leakages. Take care also not to get water into the air hose.
Warning
No modification of this device is allowed.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE
Intended Use
• This device is noninvasive blood pressure monitor by oscillometric method. This
device can measure the systolic blood pressure (SYS), the diastolic blood pressure
(DIA) and the pulse rate automatically.
• This device is intended to be used for checking personal health condition at home
under the direction of a physician and is not intended to be a diagnostic device.
• This device is not intended for use with neonates or infant, and not intended for
automatic cycling measurement.
Symbols Explanation
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: The CE marking is meant to provide information to market inspectors in
the EU member countries.
: Type BF applied part
: Keep dry
: Warning
: Refer to instruction manual before use
: Appliance compliance WEEE directive
: Accumulators and battery packs for separate collection
: Manufacturer
Warning
The device has been tested and homologated in
accordance with EN60601-1-2 for EMC. This does
not guarantee in any way that the device will not be
affected by electromagnetic interference. Avoid using
the device in high electromagnetic environment.
Reference European standard:
The blood pressure measuring device corresponds to regulation EN60601-1,
EN1060-1, EN1060-3, EN1060-4.
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Nature and frequency of maintenance:
This product is designed for use over an extended period of time;
however, it is generally recommended that it be inspected every two
years to ensure proper function and performance.
Protect the nature environment:
Please help to protect natural environment by respecting national and/or local recycling regulations
when disposing of the battery and the product at the end of their useful live.
WEEE MARK
If you want to dispose this product, do not mix with general household waste. There is a
separate collection systems for used electronics products in accordance with legislation under
the WEEE Directive (Directive 2002/96/EC) and is effective only within European Union.
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of used Batteries.
The symbol in this information sheet means that used batteries should not be mixed with
general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of used batteries, please take them to applicable
collection points.
For more information about collection and recycling of batteries, please contact your local
municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items.
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Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union.
This symbol is only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to discard used batteries, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the
correct method of disposal.
Note for the battery symbol.
The symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the
requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.
Calibration:
The blood pressure measuring device is generally recommended to have the monitor inspected
every two years to ensure correct functioning and accuracy. Please contact a distributor.
Name :
Address :
CITIZEN SYSTEMS (H.K.) LIMITED
01/F, 64 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
European Representative:
Name :
Address :
WvW electronishe Geräte Vertrieb GmbH
Fintelmannstraße 20/Eingang, Martin-Heydert-Straße,
D-14109 Berlin, Germany
• For technical data, please contact our European Representative
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PRECAUTIONS FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE
IDENTIFICATION OF PARTS
Systolic blood pressure
display section
SYS
Diastolic blood pressure
display section
DIA
PULS
Pulse display
section
/min.
POWER switch
Stand-by
Air Hose socket
MEMORY switch
Battery compartment cover
Arm cuff
Air hose plug
Air hose
AC adapter socket
Pocket
(for storing arm cuff)
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2
Remove the plugs.
Remove the air hose plug and AC adapter
plug.
Air hose
plug
AC adapter
plug
Remove the Pocket.
While pressing the lock section on the bottom
of the pocket, pull the pocket in the direction
of the arrow.
draw
lock section
push
3
Open the battery compartment
cover.
While pressing the lock section of the battery
compartment cover, pull the cover toward you
to open.
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HOW TO LOAD BATTERIES
HOW TO LOAD BATTERIES
4
Place the batteries in the
compartment.
Fit the batteries paying attention to the
positive + and negative – terminals.
* If the blood pressure monitor is left
unused for an extended period of time,
the batteries should be removed from the
compartment.
5
Close the battery compartment
cover.
Fit the lugs of the cover at the mating
recesses of the battery compartment body
and push the cover in the direction of the
arrow.
Fit the lugs (projections)
at the recesses.
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6
Re-attach the pocket.
Match the guides at the right and left sides
of the pocket with those on the monitor body
and slide the pocket till it clicks.
HOW TO UNLOAD THE BATTERIES
1
Remove the plug, pocket and battery
compartment cover.
(
See page 9 "HOW TO LOAD BATTERIES".)
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HOW TO LOAD BATTERIES
HOW TO LOAD BATTERIES
2
3
Remove each battery from top to bottom
by lifting up its end, rotating it in the
direction of the arrow with your fingertip.
Re-attach the battery compartment cover
and the pocket.
(
See page 9 "HOW TO LOAD BATTERIES".)
Replacing the batteries
•
Replace the batteries with four new "AA" alkaline batteries when
appears on the
display, or when nothing appears on the display when the POWER switch is pressed.
•
Replace all four batteries with new ones.
•
Do not use the alkaline dry battery and manganese dry battery together.
•
Batteries included are for demonstration purposes only. Battery life may be shorter than
specified.
•
Dispose of used batteries properly in accordance with local regulations.
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Using the optional dedicated AC adapter (model:AC-230CZ) for the CITIZEN blood
pressure monitor (CH-437C) allows you to measure your blood pressure without
having to worry about the amount of remaining charge in the batteries.)
Warning
1
The CH-437C and AC-230CZ should be used indoors in
dry location.
Insert the AC adapter plug into the socket on the blood pressure monitor.
AC adapter socket
AC adapter plug
2
Plug the AC adapter into a mains power outlet.
• If you plan to use the AC adapter for an extended period of time, remove the
batteries. If the batteries are left in the compartment, electrolyte may leak from the
batteries and cause a fault in the blood pressure monitor.
• When only batteries are used to supply power to the monitor, the AC adapter
should be unplugged from the monitor. Leaving the AC adapter plugged into the
blood pressure monitor could cause a malfunction.
• Plug the AC adaptor into the socket, where you can easily plug off soon and safely
in times of trouble.
The dedicated AC adapter (model:AC-230CZ) for the CH-437C is optional.
The AC adapter is available from retailers stocking CITIZEN digital blood
pressure monitors.
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USING AC ADAPTER (OPTION)
POINTS FOR ACCURATE MEASUREMENT
Blood pressure varies with posture, the time of day or numerous other factors.
It is recommended to measure blood pressure at the same time each day in the
same posture.
N Measurement in sitting posture
1 Place your arm on a table or similar surface
stretching out the portion from the elbow to the
hand.
2 It is important to keep the arm cuff level to your
heart.
3 Lightly open your hand on the table with palm up
and relax your fingers.
4 Do not move your body or talk during
Measurement.
N Measurement in laying posture
* Relax yourself not to apply
1 Lie down your head facing the ceiling.
2 Lightly open your hand with palm up and straighten your arm.
3 Relax your body, arm and fingers.
4 Do not move your body or talk during measurement.
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2
Unroll the arm cuff.
metal bar
• When the arm cuff comes off, pass it through
metal bar, directing the Velcro-attached side
to the outer surface.
Velcro
Put the arm cuff around your arm so
that the air hose comes to the left palm
side.
• The arm cuff should be put on the bare arm
or over a light-weight clothing. If you wear a
heavy-weight top, remove it.
• Be aware that if you roll up sleeves the
upper arm may be compressed resulting in
incorrect measurements.
3
Adjust the arm cuff position as that the air hose is located at the
center of your arm and so that the hem section of the cuff is spaced 1
to 2 cm from the elbow joint.
air hose
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HOW TO WRAP THE ARM CUFF
HOW TO WRAP THE ARM CUFF
4
Draw the end of the arm cuff to fit it on
the arm and secure with Velcro.
• Carefully place the arm taking care to obtain
adequate tightness, not too tight or loose.
Adequate tightness is obtained when you can
place a finger between the cuff and your arm.
When you put the arm cuff around your right arm
You may measure your blood pressure on your
right arm. Adjust the arm cuff position so that the
air hose is located at the center of your right arm
exactly as shown in the procedure for the left
arm.
However blood pressure reading may differ
by about 10 mmHg between the right and left
arms. It is recommended to use the same arm
for measurement thereby ensuring a consistent
reading.
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The air hose should be
located at the center
of your arm.
To get an accurate blood pressure measurement, you need to start by
setting the pressure cuff on your arm to the correct starting pressure. The
correct starting pressure level for you is your systolic blood pressure (the
higher of your two blood pressure readings) plus 40 mmHg. You can select
between "Auto" and "Manual" techniques for pressurizing the cuff. Select
Auto if you are the only one using the unit, and select Manual if several
people are sharing the unit with you.
For use by only one person:
AUTO
(See page 20 “Automatic
Pressurizing mode”)
Sets the starting pressure automatically to your correct
starting level, according to previous measurements.
* When you use the unit the first time after replacing the
batteries, the pressure will be set to 160 mmHg.
For shared use by several people:
You can change the pressure setting by pressing the
MANUAL
(See page 22 “Manual
Pressurizing mode”)
until the desired level is reached. Set the
pressure manually to your systolic blood pressure value
(the higher of your two blood pressure readings)
+40 mmHg. Then measure your blood pressure.
In either Auto or Manual setting, you can measure your blood pressure by simply
pressing one button.
1
Wrap the arm cuff tightly around your arm.
(
See page 15 "HOW TO WRAP THE ARM CUFF”.)
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HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE
HOW TO MEASURE YOU BLOOD PRESSURE
2
Insert the air hose plug into the case
of the unit.
3
Sit in the recommended position.
4
Measure your blood pressure.
(
See page 14 "POINTS FOR ACCURATE
MEASUREMENTS".)
Press
to start inflating the cuff. You can select either the "AUTO" or "MANUAL" mode
to set the correct starting pressure. Use the mode appropriate for your style of use: personal
or shared.
U For personal use: Use "AUTO" to measure your blood pressure. (
See page 20
"Automatic Pressurizing mode".)
U For shared use by several people: Use "MANUAL" to measure your blood pressure. (
See page 22 "Manual Pressurizing mode".)
• If you want to cancel measuring during use, press
. The air pressure inside the arm
cuff will be released and the power will be turned off.
• When the measurement has been obtained, it will be stored in the memory in the monitor
unit, automatically.
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5
After a measurement is obtained,
press
.
The power will be turned off.
6
Store the arm cuff in the pocket.
Wind the air hose around the arm cuff and store
the cuff in the pocket.
Automatic Power Off Function
About 3 minutes after the last measurement was obtained, the power will be turned off,
automatically.
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HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE
HOW TO MEASURE YOU BLOOD PRESSURE
UAutomatic Pressurizing mode
In this mode, the pressure in the cuff is raised to the correct level automatically,
according to the previous measurement stored in memory, and your blood
pressure is measured.
1
Press
.
The cuff is inflated immediately after the
turned on and then off.
mark is
The starting pressure is set automatically, based
on the last measurement taken, which is stored in
memory.
• The first time you use the blood pressure monitor
after replacing the battery, the pressure will be set to
160mmHg.
• If the level of the pressure is not enough, the
pressure is automatically heightened to the level for
measurement of the blood pressure again.
* If the pressure is still too low, "Err1" will appear and
the measurement will be cancelled. If this happens,
use the Manual Pressurizing mode to measure your
blood pressure. Then, the blood pressure reading
will be stored and you will be able to measure
your blood pressure easily the next time, using the
Automatic Pressurizing mode.
A little while after the starting pressure reaches
mark will be lit and the
the correct level, the
measurement will start automatically.
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When your pulse is detected, the
mark will blink
and pressure will be shown in the Diastolic Blood
Pressure readout. (Diastolic blood pressure is the
lower number of your two blood pressure readings).
After the measurement has been taken and recorded,
the air inside the arm cuff will be released and the
measurement results (Systolic/Diastolic blood pressure
and pulse rate) will appear.
* When the measurement is completed, the
measurement results will be stored in the memory in
the monitor unit, automatically.
NOTICE!
The starting pressure setting used is based on the last measurement taken.
If you share the blood pressure monitor with other people and measure your
blood pressure using the Automatic Pressurizing mode after a person with
higher blood pressure, the starting pressure setting may be unnecessarily high.
Therefore, use the Manual Pressurizing mode if you share the blood pressure
monitor with other people.
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HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE
HOW TO MEASURE YOU BLOOD PRESSURE
UManual Pressurizing mode
You can change the starting pressure setting by pressing the
1
Press
.
.
The cuff starts to inflate. The pressure will continue to
increase while the
is pressed.
Your systolic blood pressure
2
When the pressure indicator reaches the
correct starting pressure for you, stop
pressing the
.
Raise the pressure in the cuff manually to roughly your
systolic blood pressure plus 40 mmHg. Then measure
your blood pressure.
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Starting pressure for you
The cuff pressure will be set the pressure value you
decided when you stop pressing the
, and the
monitor will start measuring your blood pressure.
• The starting pressure can be set between 160 and
280 mmHg manually.
• If the level of the pressure is not enough, the
pressure is automatically heightened to the level for
measurement of the blood pressure again.
* If you stop pushing the
while the pressure is
less than 160 mmHg, the pressure will be set to 160
mmHg, automatically.
A little while after the cuff is at the correct pressure,
mark will be lit and the measurement will start
the
automatically.
When your pulse is detected, the
mark will blink
and a pressure reading will appear in the diastolic blood
pressure readout.
After the measurement is taken and recorded, the
air inside the arm cuff will be released and the
measurement results (Systolic/Diastolic blood pressure
and pulse rate) will appear.
• When the measurement is complete, the results
will be stored in the memory in the monitor unit,
automatically.
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HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE
HOW TO CALL UP DATA STORED IN MEMORY
The automatically stored data (measurement results) can be called up for
reference.
* The data stored in memory cannot be called up during measurement.
L Measurements stored in memory are assigned "a memory number" in
the order of measurement and up to 7 measurements can be stored
in the memory. When more than 7 measurements have been taken,
the oldest measurement will be erased to make room for the recent
measurement. This means when 7 measurements are stored in memory,
the measurement having a memory number of 1 is the most recent.
1
Press
.
After the most recent memory number appears, the data
in memory (systolic/diastolic blood pressure and pulse rate
readings) will appear on the display.
• Each press will move ONE memory number backward.
HOW TO DELETE ALL DATA IN MEMORY
1
Press and hold
for more than 3
seconds.
The "ALL CL" indication appears on the display to clear all data
in memory.
* This step will permanently clear all data from memory and
after that you cannot be recall the data. Before proceeding,
make sure you want to clear all data from Memory.
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DISPLAY MARK
CONDITION/CASE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Pressure was insufficient.
Wrap the cuff around your arm
again and measure your blood
pressure using the Manual
Pressurizing mode.
See page 22 "Manual
(
Pressurizing mode".)
Pressure was insufficient.
Appears when the blood
pressure could not be
measured accurately.
Re-wrap the arm cuff snugly.
Take another reading, making
See
sure you remain still. (
page 15 "HOW TO WRAP THE
ARM CUFF".)
Appears when the pulse
could not be measured
accurately.
* When the pulse reading
is lower than 40 or
181 and more, "Er" will
appear.
Re-wrap the arm cuff snugly.
Take another reading, making
See
sure you remain still. (
page 15 "HOW TO WRAP THE
ARM CUFF".)
Appears when batteries R e p l a c e a l l f o u r a l k a l i n e
become weak.
batteries with new ones.
(
See page 11 "HOW TO
UNLOAD BATTERIES".)
The unit does not
function properly.
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Contact the store where it was
purchased or your local service
center.
See page 28 "BEFORE
(
ASKING FOR REPAIR/
INSPECTION".)
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ERROR INDICATIONS
ABOUT "BLOOD PRESSURE"
What is blood pressure?
The heart is a pump that circulates blood
throughout your body. Blood is pumped from the heart at a constant pressure into
arteries. This pressure is called the arterial blood pressure, which represents, in general,
blood pressure. Blood pressure is indicated by several kinds of pressures such as:
systolic pressure that occurs when the heart pumps blood; and diastolic pressure that
occurs just when blood returns to the heart.
(Systolic)
(Diastolic)
Artery
Artery
Left atrium
Left atrium
Left
ventricle
Left
ventricle The artery wall expands.
Contraction
Normal state is restored
to the artery wall.
Dilation
Blood pressure value (mmHg)
Blood pressure changes at all times.
Blood pressure differs with age,
gender and other factors. Blood pressure of one person is likely to be affected by biorhythm
of a day, posture, physical activities, mental activities, stress and atmospheric temperatures.
It is said that blood pressure of a healthy person varies by 20 to 50 mmHg within a day.
Systolic blood pressure
Diastolic blood pressure
Time of day
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Q
A
Q
A
Why is the blood pressure measured at home different from that measured
at the doctor or a hospital?
Blood pressure may vary with exercising, ambient temperature or
mental states. When you have a doctor or nurse measure your blood
pressure, the pressure value is likely to be 10 to 20 mmHg higher than
usual because of concern and nervousness. To know what affects blood
pressure is helpful to your health monitoring.
What is the benefit of measuring blood pressure at Home?
Blood pressure measured at home is
reliable since it can be measured in a
stable and relaxed condition. Doctors
lay importance on blood pressure
measurements taken at home. It is
recommended to measure your blood
pressure at the same time on a daily
basis and to record blood pressure
variation.
Always consult your physician for interpretation of your blood pressure
readings and proper treatment.
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON BLOOD PRESSURE
BEFORE ASKING FOR REPAIR/INSPECTION
Be sure to check the following before sending your blood pressure monitor
for repair/inspection.
Calibration:
The blood pressure measuring device is generally recommended to have the monitor inspected
every two years to ensure correct functioning and accuracy.
Please contact a distributor.
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Measurement system:
Display
Measuring Range
Accuracy
Pressure
Pulse
Pressure
Pulse
Inflation
Inflation setting
Memory function
Decompression
Power Source
Battery Life
Rated Voltage
Operating
Environment
Storage Environment
Temperature
Humidity
Temperature
Humidity
Dimensions
Weight
Electrical shock protection
Degree of Protection
Mode of operation:
Memory:
Service Life:
Cuff’s Life:
Accessories:
Optional Accessories:
Oscillometric method
Digital Display
0 to 280 mmHg (in 1 mmHg increments)
40 to 180 beats/min.
±3 mmHg
±5% of reading
Automatic Inflation by Internal Pump
Auto inflation setting (140 to 250 mmHg)
Manual inflation setting (160 to 280 mmHg)
Up to 7 memories
(Systolic blood pressure, Diastolic
blood pressure and pulse)
Constant exhaust valve system
Four “AA” batteries (R6P, LR6)
4W)
or optional AC/DC adopter (6V
Alkaline batteries: Approx. 700 times
Manganese batteries: Approx. 200 times
(160 mmHg, 1 time/day, 22°C)
4W (
:Direct Current)
DC 6V
10 to 40°C
30 to 85%
-20 to 60°C
10 to 95%
130(H) x 95(W) x 118(D) mm
300g (Including Arm Cuff and Body without batteries)
Internal power unit
Type BF applied part
Continuous operation
7 readings
5 years
Approx. 2000 times
Set includes an cuff (model: SCN-002), 4 AA batteries
(R6P) for the monitor, Instruction Manual
AC Adapter
* Applied part for this device is Cuff.
* A range in barometoric pressure 105 kPa to 70 kPa
* A range in altitude -300 m to 3000 m
* Overall system accuracy of this device is met with the requirement of item 7.9 of EN1060-3.
EN1060-3 : Non-invasive sphygmomanometers Part 3 (European Standard)
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SPECIFICATIONS
CITIZEN is a registered trade mark of Citizen Holdings Co., Ltd., Japan
Design and Specification are subject to change without notice.
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