User Manual
User Manual
Blood Pressure Monitor
Arm Type
M. Feingersh & Co.Ltd
29 Habanay St., Holon. Tel: 03-5581666
General Description
Safety Information
LCD Display Signal
Monitor Components
Measure Principle
Installing and Replacing the Batteries
Tie the Cuff
Start the Measurement
Tips for measurement
What are systolic pressure and diastolic pressure?
What is the standard blood pressure classification?
Why my blood pressure is varies even in one day?
Why the blood pressure I get from the hospital is different from home?
If the result is the same if measuring on the right arm?
General Description
Thank you for selecting TRANSTEK arm type blood pressure Monitor
(TMB-1491-A). The monitor features blood pressure measurement and pulse rate
measurement. The design provides you with two years of reliable service.
Reading taken by the TMB-1491-A are equivalent to those obtained by a trained
observer using the cuff and stethoscope auscultation method.
This manual contains important safety and care information, and provides step
by step instruction for using the product.
Read the manual thoroughly before using the product.
• 60×40.5 mm Bright LCD display
• One record
• 3rd technology: Measuring during inflation (The updated technology in the world)
Safety Information
The below signs might be in the user manual, labeling or other component. they are
the requirement of standard and using.
This device is intended for adult use only.
This device is intended for no-invasive measuring and monitoring of arterial blood pressure. It is
not intended for use on extremities other than the arm or for functions other than obtaining a blood
pressure measurement.
Do not confuse self-monitoring with self-diagnosis. This unit allows you to monitor your blood
pressure.Do not begin or end medical treatment based solely physician for treatment advice.
If you are taking medication,consult your physician to determine the most appropriate time to
measure your blood pressure. Never change a prescribed medication without consulting your
If the cuff pressure exceeds 40 kPa (300 mmHg),the unit will automatically deflate. Should the cuff
not deflate when pressures exceeds 40 kPa (300 mmHg), detach the cuff from the armand press
the START/STOP button to stop inflation.
To avoid measurement errors, carefully read this manual before using the product.
The equipment is not AP/APG equipment and not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable
anesthetic mixture with air of with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
The operator shall not touch output of batteries and the patient simultaneously.
To avoid measurement errors,Please avoid the condition of strong electromagnetic field radiated
interference signal or electrical fast transient/burst signal when using the AC adaptor.
The user must check that the equipment functions safely and see that it is in proper working
condition before being used.
Please use ACCESSORIES and detachable partes specified/ authorised by MANUFACTURE.
Otherwise, it may cause damage to the unit or danger to the user/patients.
Manufacturer will make available on request circuit diagrams, component parts list etc.
This unit is not suitable for continuous monitoring during medical emergencies or operations.
Otherwise, the patient’s arm and fingers will become anaesthetic, swollen and even purple due to a
lack of blood.
Please use the device under the environment which was provided in the user manual. Otherwise,
the performance and lifetime of the device will been impacted and reduced.
During using, the patient will contact with the cuff. The materials of the cuff have been tested and
found to comply with requirements of ISO 5:2009-10993 and ISO 10:2010-10993. It will not cause
any potential alergic reaction or contact injury.
The device doesn’t need to be calibrated in two years of reliable service.
Please dispose of ACCESSORIES, detachable parts, and the ME EQUIPMENT according to the
local guidelines.
When the device was used to measure patients who have common arrhythmias such as atrial or
ventricular premature beats or artrial fibrillation, the best result may occure deviation. Please consult
your physician about the result.
This device is contraindicated for any female subject who may be suspected of, or is pregnant.
Besides provided inaccurate readings, the affects of this device on the fetus are unknown.
When using this device, please pay attention to the following situation which may interrupt blood
flow and influence blood circulation of the patient, thus cause harmful injury to the patient: Too
frequent and consecutive multiple measurements; The application of the cuff and itspressurization
on any wrist where intravascular access or therapy, or an arterio-venous (A-V) shunt, is present;
Inflating the cuff on the wrist on the side of a mastectomy.
Do not apply the cuff over a wound, otherwise it can cause further injury.
Do not inflate the cuff on the same limb which other monitoring ME EQUIPMENT
is applied around simultaneously, because this could
cause temporary loss of function of those Using it in
case to result in prolonged impairment of the circulation
of the blood of the PATIENT.
Don't kink the connection tube, otherwise, the cuff
pressure may continuously increase which can
prevent blood flow and result in harmful injury
to the PATIENT.
LCD display signal
Monitor Components
Measurement Principle
This product uses the Oscillometric Measuring method to detect blood pressure.
Before every measurement, the unit establishes a “zero pressure” equivalent to the air pressure. Then
it starts inflating the arm cuff, meanwhile, the unit detects pressure oscillations generated by beatto-beat pulsatile, which is used to determine the systolic and diastolic pressure, and also pulse rate.
The device also compares the longest and the shortest time intervals of detected pulse waves to
mean time interval then calculates standard deviation. The device will displays a warning signal with
the reading to indicate the detection of irregular heartbeat when the difference of the time intervals
is over 25%.
Installing and Replacing the Batteries
• Slide off the battery cover.
• Install the batteries by matching
the correct polarity, as shown.
(Always select the authorized / specified
battery: Four AAA-size alkaline batteries).
• Replace the cover.
Tie the cuff
1.Tie the cuff on your upper arm,
the position the tube off-center
toward the inner side of arm in
line with the little finger.
2.The cuff should be sung but not
too tight. You should be able to
insert one finger between the
cuff and your arm.
3.Sit comfortably with your tested
arm resting on a flat surface.
4.Patients with Hypertension:
The middle of the cuff should be
at the level of the right atrium of the heart;
Before starting measurement, please sit
comfortably with legs uncrossed,
feet flat on the floor, back and arm supported.
• Resting For 5 minutes before
• Wait at least 3 minutes between
measurements. This allows your
blood circulation to recover.
• For a meaningful comparison,
try to measure under similar
conditions. For example, take daily
measurements at approximately
the same time, position of upper
arm, or as directed by a physician.
Start the Measurement
1.When the monitor is off,
press the “START/STOP” button to turn on
the monitor, and it will finish the whole
measurement .
2.Press the “START/STOP” to power
off, otherwise it will turn off
within 1 minute.
Tips for Measurement
It can cause inaccuracy if the measurement is taken in the following circumstances.
In order to get the best performance, please follow the below instructions.
• If you have any problems with this device, such as setting up, maintaining or using, please contact
with SERVICE PERSONNEL of M.FEINGERSH & CO LTD. Don’t open or repair the device by yourself.
• Please report to M.FEINGERSH & CO LTD. if any unexpected operation or events occur.
• Cleaning: Dust environment may affect the performance of the unit. Please use the soft cloth to
remove the dirt of the device and cuff before and after use.
• Disposal: Degraded sensors or loosened electrodes may degrade the unit’s performance or even
cause other problems. Please dispose of ACCESSORIES,detachable parts, and the ME EQUIPMENT
according to the local guidelines.
What are systolic pressure and diastolic pressure?
The blood pressure classification published by
World Health Organization (WHO) and International
Society of Hypertension (ISH) in 1999 is as follows:
What is the standard blood pressure classification?
The blood pressure classification published by World Health Organization (WHO) and International
Society of Hypertension (ISH) in 1999 is as follows:
Why does my blood pressure
fluctuate throughout the
1. Individual blood pressure varies
every in one day, it also affected by the
way you tie your cuff and the your
measurement position, so please take
the measurement at the same condition.
2.The variations in the pressure can be greater or
smaller, depending on the actual medicine taken.
3.Waiting at least 3 minutes for another measurement.
Why the blood pressure I get from the hospital is different
from home?
The blood pressure is different even during 24 hour because of the weather,emotion, exercise etc,
specially the “white coat” in hospital which makes the results are higher than the ones at home.
The attention need to pay when you measure you blood pressure at home:
If the cuff is tied properly.
If the cuff is too tight or too loose.
If the cuff is tied on the upper arm.
If you feel anxious pressured.
You had better take deep breath 3-2 times before beginning.
Advice:adjust yourself for 5-4 minutes until you calm down.
If the result is the same if measuring
on the right arm?
It is ok for both arms, but there will be some different results
for different person, so suggest you
measure the same arm every time.
This section includes a list of error messages and frequently asked questions for problems you may
encounter with your blood pressure monitor. If the products not operating as you think it should,
check here before arranging for servicing.
WARNING: No modification of this equipment is allowed.
Complied European Standards List
Risk Management
EN/ISO 14971:2012
EN 1:2012-15223
User Manual
EN 1041:2008
Generl Requirements for Safety
EN 1:2006-60601/AC2010
EN 11:2010-1-60601
General Requirements
EN +1:1995-1060A2:2009
EN +3:1997-1060A2:2009
EN 4:2004-1060
Electromagnetic Compatibility
EN 2:2007-1-60601
Software Lifetime
EN 62304:2006/AC:2008
EN 6:2010-1-60601
EN 62366:2008
EMC Guidance
1. MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT needs special precautions regarding EMC and needs to be
installed and put into service according to the EMC information provided in the ACCOMPANYING
2. Wireless communications equipment such as wireless home network devices, mobile phones,
cordless telephones and their base stations, walkie-talkies can affect this equipment and should be
kept at least a distance d=3 ,3m away from the equipment.
(Note: As indicated in Table 6 of IEC 2:2007-1-60601 for ME EQUIPMENT, a typical cell phone with
a maximum output power of 2 W yields d=3 ,3m at an IMMUNITY LEVEL of 3V/m).
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