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Panasonic
Operating Instructions
Instrucciones de Uso
Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor
Monitor de presión arterial de muñeca
Model No./N¢ de Modelo EW-BW10
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Before operating this device, please read these instructions completely and
save this manual for future use.
Antes de utilizar este dispositivo, lea completamente estas instrucciones y
conserve este manual para futura referencia.
Panasonic Oscillometric Automatic Wrist Blood Pressure
Monitor Model EW-BW10 is a device intended to measure systolic
and diastolic blood pressure and pulse rate of an adult individual by
using a pressurized cuff on the wrist. The device is not intended for
use on neonatal, infants and children. The device is designed for home
use only, not for ambulatory measurement (measurement recorded
continuously during the day).
Specifications of this device are listed in page 22.
Blood pressure measurements determined with this device are
equivalent to those obtained by a trained observer using the cuff/
stethoscope auscultation method, within the limits prescribed by
the American National Standard, Manual, Electronic or automated
sphygmomanometers.
If you suffer from disorder of heart rhythm, known as arrhythmia
only use this blood pressure monitor in consultation with your doctor.
In certain cases oscillometric measurement method can produce
incorrect readings.
Flashing System for hypertensive readings are based on blood
pressure values classified in the paper: “INC 7 Express; The Seventh
Report of the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection,
Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Pressure; U.S. DEPARTMENT
OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES; National Institute of Health;
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; National High Blood
Pressure Education Program; NIH Publication No. 03-5233; May 2003.”
The display values are generally known, but not proven, to be an
indicator of your blood pressure.
The EW-BW10 is not intended to be used as a diagnostic device.
Contact your physician if prehypertensive or hypertensive values are
indicated.
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ÿ Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Automatic Wrist Blood Pressure
Monitor EW-BW10.
Measuring your own blood pressure is an important way of monitoring
your health. High blood pressure (hypertension) is a major health problem
which can be treated effectively once detected. Measuring your blood
pressure between doctor visits on a regular basis in the comfort of your
home, and keeping a record of the measurements, will help you monitor
any significant changes in your blood pressure. Keeping an accurate
record of your blood pressure will help your doctor diagnose and possibly
prevent any health problems in the future.
J] Basics of Blood Pressure
Your heart acts like a pump, sending blood surging through your blood
vessels each time it contracts. Blood pressure is the pressure exerted
by blood pumped from the heart on the walls of blood vessels. Systolic
pressure is the pressure exerted when the heart contracts and pumps
blood into the arteries. Diastolic pressure is the pressure exerted when
the heart expands, or relaxes. When you or your doctor take your blood
pressure, both your systolic and diastolic pressures are measured. If your
blood pressure measurement is 120 mmHg over 80 mmHg (120/80), for
example, your systolic pressure is 120 mmHg while your diastolic pressure
is 80 mmHg.
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I Important Instructions Before Use
Do not confuse self-monitoring with self-diagnosis. Blood pressure
measurements should only be interpreted by a health care
professional who is familiar with your medical history.
If you are taking medication, consult with your physician to determine
the most appropriate time to measure your blood pressure. NEVER
change a prescribed medication without first consulting with your
physician.
For persons with irregular or unstable circulation resulting from
diabetes, liver disease, arteriosclerosis or other medical conditions,
there may be variations in blood pressure values measured at the
Wrist versus at the upper arm. Monitoring the trends in your blood
pressure taken at either the arm or the wrist is nevertheless useful and
important.
Blood pressure can vary based on many factors, including age,
gender, weight and physical condition. In general, a person's blood
pressure is lower during sleep and higher when he or she is active.
Blood pressure can change easily in response to physiological
changes. The setting in which a person's blood pressure is measured
can also affect the results.
Having one's blood pressure measured by a healthcare professional in
a hospital or clinic can cause nervousness and may result in a
temporarily elevated reading. Because blood pressure measurements
taken in a clinical setting can vary considerably from those taken at
home, a person’s blood pressure should be measured not only
occasionally in the doctor’s office, but also on a regular basis at home.
Also, if you find that your blood pressure is lower at home, this is not
unusual. To accurately compare with your physician’s reading, take
your Panasonic blood pressure monitor to your doctor’s office and
compare readings in this setting.
People suffering from cardiac arrhythmia, vascular constriction, liver
disorders or diabetes, people with cardiac pacemakers or a weak
pulse, and women who are pregnant should consult their physician
before measuring their blood pressure themselves. Different values
may be obtained due to their condition.
Try to take your blood pressure measurements at the same time and
under the same conditions every day.
* The ideal time to measure your blood pressure (to obtain your so-
called “base blood pressure”) is in the morning just after waking up,
before having breakfast and before any major activity or exercise. If
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this is not possible, however, try to take measurements at a specified
time prior to breakfast, and before you have become active. You
should relax for about 5 minutes before taking the measurement.
The following situations may cause substantial variations in blood
pressure readings and should therefore be avoided at least
30 minutes prior to taking your blood pressure.
Blood pressure will be higher than usual:
- when you are excited or tense
- when you are taking a bath
- during exercising or soon after exercising
- when it is cold
- within one hour after eating
- after drinking coffee, tea or other beverages containing caffeine
- after smoking tobacco
- when your bladder is full
- when in a moving vehicle
Blood pressure will be lower than usual:
- after taking a bath
- after drinking alcohol
Measurements may be impaired if this unit is used near a television,
microwave oven, X-ray equipment or other devices with strong
electrical fields. To prevent such interference, use the unit at a
sufficient distance from such devices or turn the devices off.
This unit is designed for use by adults. Consult with your physician
before using this unit on a child. Do not use on neonatal, infants and
children.
This unit is not suitable for continuous monitoring during medical
emergencies or operations.
Do not use the unit for any purpose other than measuring blood
pressure. Do not use the unit together with other devices.
Improper handling of batteries may result in battery rupture or in
corrosion from battery leakage. Please observe the following to ensure
proper use of batteries.
a. Be sure to turn off the power after use.
b. Do not mix different types or sizes of batteries.
c. Change all batteries at the same time. Do not mix old and new
batteries.
d. Be sure to insert batteries with correct polarity, as instructed.
e. Remove batteries when they are worn out, and dispose of them
properly according to all applicable environmental regulations.
f. Do not disassemble batteries or throw them into a fire.
12.
g. Do not short-circuit batteries.
h. Do not attempt to recharge the batteries included with the unit.
Please remove the cuff if abnormal operation, such as prolonged
overinflation, is observed.
Differences in Blood Pressure Values Measured at the Wrist Versus at
the Upper Arm
For persons with peripheral circulatory disorders* resulting from
diabetes, liver or kidney disease, arteriosclerosis or hypertension, etc.,
there may be variations in blood pressure values measured at the
wrist versus at the upper arm.
Therefore, always consult with a health professional rather than
attempting to interpret blood pressure measurements yourself.
* Persons with underlying medical conditions with bad circulation in
their hands and feet.
| Precautions to Ensure Safe, Reliable Operation
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Do not drop the unit. Protect it from sudden jars or shocks.
Do not insert foreign objects into any openings.
Do not attempt to disassemble the unit.
Do not crush the pressure cuff.
If the unit has been stored at temperatures below 32 °F (0 °C), leave it
in a warm place for about 15 minutes before using it. Otherwise, the
cuff may not inflate properly.
Do not store the unit in direct sunlight, high humidity or dust.
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Easily Check Your Blood Pressure Readings
Against the JNC 7* Classification
Blood Pressure Categories
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DBP 75
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120 140 160 (mmHg)
Systolic Blood Pressure (SBP)
If the two blood pressure measurements (systolic, diastolic) fall into
separate categories, your level is classified in the higher of the two
categories. For example, a Stage 2 systolic reading, but a diastolic
pressure reading in the normal range.
*JNC 7: The Seventh Report of the Joint National Committee on
Prevention, Detection, Evaluation and Treatment of High Blood Pressure
National Institute of Health (NIH) Publication; No. 03-5233, May 2003
IMPORTANT:
* Do not be alarmed by temporarily high or low readings because
fluctuations in a person’s blood pressure are not uncommon. If possible,
measure and record your blood pressure at the same time every day,
and consult your physician if you have questions or concerns.
e |[f abnormal variations in blood pressure are observed in measurement,
please consult your physician.
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1 Diagram of the Device
* Only use alkaline batteries.
Body
Display
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Battery cover — —— — ;® e— Positioning mark
button
Off/On Start button
Storage case
Can also be used as an armrest.
This product includes:
* Main unit
* Storage case
* Batteries
* Operating Instructions
* Guarantee card
*Specifications of the product or parts may be changed without prior
notice.
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1 Inserting/Replacing Batteries
*Always use alkaline batteries. (2 AAA-size LRO3 alkaline batteries)
* When replacing batteries, always use 2 fresh alkaline batteries
of the same type from the same manufacturer, and replace them
simultaneously.
1. Remove the device from the storage
case.
Insert the batteries.
(1) Slide the battery cover open as shown in
the diagram.
(2) Insert the two batteries making sure that
they are aligned correctly (+/-).
2. Slide the battery cover shut until it clicks.
Replace batteries when:
| ° The “low battery” indicator is displayed.
Zi No display appears even if the Off/On Start button is
pressed.
CAUTION:
e Always follow the cautions printed on the batteries.
* Check the polarities of the batteries and install them correctly.
* Remove exhausted batteries promptly.
* |f the product will not be used for a long time, remove the batteries.
* Batteries should be used before their expiration date.
Use after the expiration date may result in injury or staining of the
surrounding area due to generation of heat, bursting, or leakage.
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For Batteries
e The frequency of use for batteries is approximately 300 measurements
(3 times per day) with fresh Panasonic alkaline batteries (AAA-size LRO3
alkaline batteries). [Measurement conditions: Room temperature 73.4 °F
(28 °C); Pressurized to 170 mmHg; Wrist circumference: 6-3/4” (17 cm)]
e If batteries other than alkaline batteries are used or batteries are used
in a cold room, and when measuring a person with high blood pressure,
battery life may be dramatically shorter.
*Use alkaline batteries. (Panasonic Oxyride batteries can also be used.)
* Be sure to replace batteries once a year to prevent battery leakage.
1 Fitting the Pressure Cuff
Blood pressure is measured at your left wrist. It is not necessary to roll up
your sleeve or to remove any clothing.
1. Place the device on the
Place the device inside of your wrist.
on the inside of 3 * Place the device directly in
your wrist. Nu 7 contact with the skin.
* The device can be used by
people with a wrist
Wrap the pressure cuff so circumference of 5 —8-3/4”
that the positioning mark is (12.5-22.0 cm).
aligned with the base of the
Wrist.
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1 Fitting the Pressure Cuff (cont)
Base of the wrist
Wrap the pressure
cuff so that the
positioning mark
will be at the
center of the wrist.
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2. Firmly wrap and fasten using
the hoop and loop fastener.
* A loosely applied pressure
cuff will result in high blood
readings or incapable
measurement.
Press fastener softly to avoid
the peel off.
Do not remove the hoop and loop
fastener by twisting it off.
Be sure to peel it in an horizontal
direction in alignment with the cuff.
<When wrapping around right wrist>
Fit as shown in the figure.
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The cuff can be used on either wrist.
However, the difference in blood
pressure between the left and right
wrists may be around 10 mmHg, so
be sure to always use the same wrist
for measurements.
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N Obtaining Accurate Measurements al
Always take your blood pressure at the same time while
sitting in the same position and using the same wrist.
It is recommended to check your blood pressure at least twice a day. It is
best in the morning before breakfast and in the evening after work.
In the following situations, accurate measurements cannot be taken.
* Within 1 hour after eating or drinking alcohol
* Immediately after drinking coffee or tea, or smoking
* In a moving vehicle
* Immediately after exercising or taking a bath
(Wait at least 20 minutes and take a measurement while staying quiet.)
* In cold places
[Take measurements at room temperatures around 68 °F (20 °C).]
* When you need to urinate
(Wait several minutes after urinating before taking measurements.)
Always rest for four to five minutes before taking your blood
pressure.
Taking measurements while sitting down
1. Place your elbow on the table.
2. Align the device with the level of
your heart.
3. Open and relax your hand with
the palm facing up.
Please place your arm on top of
the storage case once you have
attached the pressure cuff.
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] Obtaining Accurate Measurements (cont,
Do not take measurements in the positions shown below as they will be
inaccurate.
й If the device is placed at If the device is placed at + you lean forward while a
a height lower than the a height higher than the taking measurements
heart then the resulting heart then the resulting then the resulting
readings may be higher readings may be lower readings may not be
than your actual blood than your actual blood accurate.
pressure. pressure.
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To obtain accurate readings, the following actions should also be avoided
during measurements.
* Do not touch the device.
* Do not change position or move your wrist or fingers.
* Do not talk.
[CAUTION]
Keep away from cellular telephones and other sources of electromagnetic
radiation during measurements.
Failure to do so could result in blood pressure monitor malfunctioning.
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OFF/ON 1. Place the arm to which the device is attached
Za on top of the storage case with the wrist
positioned at the level of the heart.
(Please see “Obtaining Accurate
пи: sn тис Measurements” on pages 12 and 13.)
Ú de 1 a cn о 2 2. Press the Off/On Start button.
AP» OK) Y Puse * The display will be lit up for approx. 2 seconds.
e Inflation will then begin automatically.
As measurements are being taken during
pressurization, operating sounds and the rate
of pressurization may change. This is perfectly
normal.
* The heart mark Y will begin to flash during
pressurization when the pulse is detected.
тит 3. When measurements have been completed,
AL | a, blood pressure and pulse rate are displayed.
LL 1.2 И * Pressure will automatically be released from the
AM pressure cuff.
* |f your blood pressure is considered to be in the
hypertensive range, then the readings on the
display will flash for approx. 6 seconds.
/R |] ОРЛОВ * The Ml mark will be flash.
(Please see 19 for details regarding how to
record readings.)
* The pulse is estimated over the period of a
minute based on the pulse rate recorded when
measurements were being taken.
4. Press the Off/On Start button to turn off the
device.
* |f you forget to switch the device off, it will do so
automatically after approx. 5 minutes.
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] Measuring Your Blood Pressure (cont.
Reading the blood pressure display
Blood pressure values for both systolic and diastolic readings are
determined as being within normal or hypertensive ranges based on
definitions and classification of blood pressure levels by the JNC 7. When
blood pressure is in the high range, the reading displayed on screen
flashes on and off to alert user.
According to JNC 7 Classification, values consistently in excess of
140 mmHg (Sys.) and/or 90 mmHg (Dia.) are considered to constitute high
blood pressure.
(mmHg)
Diastolic
Hypertension
SYS. = =m DIA. _ mob (Stage 1, Stage 2)
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120 140 (mmHg)
Systolic
* Blood pressure readings will flash for approx. 6 seconds when in the high
blood pressure range.
Systolic blood pressure: 140 mmHg and over
Diastolic blood pressure: 90 mmHg and over
(Only when measurement is complete)
When an Error Occurs During Measurement
01 A U le will appear on the display to indicate that
uu measurement was unsuccessful and should be performed
again.
Before performing another measurement, always press the Off/On
Start button to turn off the unit and make sure to allow a rest period of
4 to 5 minutes before starting again.
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(Advice:
In general, blood pressure measurements are lower on the second
attempt because you are calmer.
For people who easily get tense, measuring twice each time is advised.
It is recommended to store all values when performing two
measurements or more.
When taking two measurements, always stay quiet for 4 to 5 minutes
after the first measurement before taking the second measurement.
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J Movement Detection Function
If movement is detected while measurement is being carried out and more
pressure is applied by the pressure cuff, the = mark will be displayed.
* Please carry out blood pressure measurement again if the <3 mark
flashes or is lit.
* |f the hand or wrist to which the pressure cuff is attached is moved while
measurement is being carried out (e.g. wrist is bent suddenly), in some
cases correct measurements may not be obtained.
* When movement has been detected during measurement, the KN
mark flashes when the blood pressure reading obtained during that
measurement is displayed.
(If this reading is saved, the == mark will be lit up whenever it is
recalled.)
Movement Mark
Explanation
Movement has been detected.
* The hand or wrist has been bent suddenly.
* The muscles in the hand or wrist have been
tensed.
e The hand or wrist has been moved, etc.
With proper posture, please take the measurement
Flashing again after measurement has been completed
(please see pages 12 and 13).
Movement has been detected that will significantly
affect the reading.
Flashing * Significant movement has been detected.
* Movement has been detected repeatedly.
E a * Significant hand or wrist movement has been
( H | ) detected, etc.
== 6. | Please take the measurement again (A Y {2 will
<> appear on the display).
Rar A U le will also appear on the display in the
following cases:
* When the pressure cuff hook-and-loop fastener
has become loose, etc.
* This function is designed to help you to take measurements accurately.
Even if the Movement mark is not displayed, we recommend that
measurements be taken 2-3 times in a comfortable position in order to
obtain an accurate reading.
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I Irregular Pulse Function []
If the pulse rate varies by more than +25 % from the average while a
measurement is being taken, when measurement is completed the ZA
mark will be displayed.
* The CV mark will lit after approximately 6 seconds of blinking when
the measurement is completed.
* |f the (77987 mark is lit, please take the measurement again.
* In some cases, if the pulse rate fluctuates greatly while a measurement
is being taken, it may be impossible to obtain an accurate reading.
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* |f you save a reading where an irregular pulse was recorded, the [20
mark will be displayed when you recall that reading.
Even if the (2278 mark is displayed, this doesn't mean whether or not the
pulse is, in fact, irregular.
* This function is designed to act as a guide to help you to obtain
accurate readings (Please see pages 12 and 13).
Even if the [ZW mark is not displayed, we recommend that you take
measurements 2-3 times at rest.
* If the CY mark is frequently displayed, please consult a health
professional for your health condition.
Don't try to interpret readings or attempt to treat any condition
yourself.
Always follow the guidance of a health professional.
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I Saving and Recalling Data
Saving Readings
° AI data is retained even when the batteries go flat or are changed.
DA =m: 1. The WM mark will flash after measurement has
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(MT в Press the Memory/Recall button.
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sys _ DIA mm) 2. Saving complete.
НЛО H и * Up to 90 sets of readings can be stored in
q Jt oK LIL memory and each is assigned a number. When
п AS the limit is reached, any new readings are
90 ic recorded over existing readings starting with the
oldest ones. The data numbers will also be
changed.
* It is not possible to save readings when
measurement has not been carried out
successfully (i.e. when a |} {à is displayed). As
nothing will be recorded the data number will not
be changed.
* When the {J (2 mark is displayed for the pulse
rate, readings can be saved.
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Recalling Stored Data
Readings can be recalled after being saved without having to first turn the
device on.
wr |] or, 1. Press the Memory/Recall button.
Ш Si * The average of all recorded readings will be
displayed.
v * The Avg. mark will be displayed.
SYS, — mm: DIA. _ mH; e If, for example, 90 sets of readings have been
ud H A saved in the memory then the average of those
= Ea 90 sets of readings will be displayed. If only one
Ad set of readings has been saved then the Avg.
{ mark will not be displayed.
У SF 2. Press the Memory/Recall button again to
[мА |] STA display the most recent reading.
im * Each time you press the Memory/Recall button
v another set of readings will be displayed, starting
SYS, mw: DIA. mm: with the next most recent readings.
Mu d H À 3. Press the Off/On Start button to turn off the
Pulse device.
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97/90 по The device will turn off automatically after
30 seconds if you forget to turn it off.
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Deleting all data stored in the memory
(1) Recall stored data.
more than three seconds to delete all data.
* It is not possible to delete individual readings.
displayed.
(2) Press the Memory/Recall button again and hold it down for
(3) When all data has been deleted, the M mark and - - will be
Storage
1. Fold the end of the pressure cuff in the
TH direction of the arrow.
2. Next, fold the pressure cuff in on itself and
secure it on loop fastener.
* Place the device in the storage case.
te a Battery cover side
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I Specifications al
Power source
DC 3 V (2 AAA/LROS size alkaline batteries)
Display
Digital LCD
Method of measurement
Oscillometric system
Measurement range
Pressure: 0 mmHg to 280 mmHg
Pulse rate: 30 to 160 beats per minute
Accuracy
Pressure: Within £3 mmHg
Pulse rate: Within +5 %
Operation temperature/
humidity range
50 °F to 104 °F (10 °C to 40 °C), 30 % to
85 % RH
Storage temperature/
humidity range
—4 °F to 140 °F (-20 °C to 60 °C), 10 % to
95 % RH
Measurable wrist
circumference
Approx. 5” to 8-3/4" (12.5 cm to 22.0 cm)
Weight Approx. 3.9 oz. (110 g) (not including
batteries)
Dimensions 2-1/16" x 3-1/32" x 1-1/32" (6.9 cm x 8.3 cm
x 3.4 cm)
Protection against
electric shock
Internally powered equipment, Type BF
applied part
The blood pressure monitor might not perform specifications if stored or
used outside the specified temperature and humidity ranges.
1 Explanation of Rating Plate Symbols
Read the operating instructions carefully before use.
pressure monitor)
Protection against electric shock Type BF applied part (Blood
DC
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BI Care and Maintenance
Do not attempt to disassemble, repair or modify the unit.
* Doing so may cause fire or cause the unit to malfunction. It may also
lead to injury.
Do not apply excessive force to the unit or drop the unit.
* Doing so may cause damage.
Do not insert dust or foreign objects into the unit.
* Doing so may result in damage.
If the unit is stored at temperatures below the freezing point, do not use it
immediately.
Leave it in a warm place for at least an hour before use.
* |f the unit is not allowed to warm up, it may not pressurize.
Do not touch the unit when measurement is in progress.
* Doing so may cause incorrect readings.
If the unit becomes dirty, clean it with a soft cloth moistened with warm
water or soapy water.
(Do not use alcohol, benzine, or paint thinner.)
* Use of such chemicals may result in cracking or discoloration.
When the unit will not be used for a long time (30 days or more), be sure
to remove the batteries.
* Otherwise, the batteries may leak and damage the unit.
The pressure cuff cannot be washed.
For storage, avoid high temperatures, high humidity, and direct sunlight.
The blood pressure monitor may not meet its performance specifications if
stored or used outside the specified temperature and humidity range.
(See page 22, specifications)
Please do not fold the pressure cuff back against itself.
Always use the pressure cuff on your wrist and nowhere else.
* Either of these actions may cause the device to malfunction.
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I Troubleshooting []
Display Status before error Cause and solution
ni. The indication disappears in
LU (IS the middle of the operation.
displayed. | (the «2 mark is displayed.)
Batteries are exhausted.
(Please see page 9.)
Pressurization to more than | Were measurements taken
280 mmHg was performed. | according to the proper
H a is suddenly.
(Cuff pressurizes several procedure and in the correct
times.) posture?
Pressure decreased (Please see pages 12 and 13.)
displayed. |The heart mark Y blinked
only a few times or not at all.
Is the cuff wrapped properly?
(Please see pages 10 and
11.)
Cuff does not inflate.
Has the unit detected
Your hand or wrist moved. movement?
(Please see page 17.)
Take it to the store where it
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us Failure of the main unit was purchased for testing
displayed. and repairs.
Symptom Possible cause
The SYS or DIA is
high.
* The pressure cuff is positioned too low.
(Please see pages 12 and 13.)
* The pressure cuff is not wrapped around the
wrist properly.
(Please see pages 10 and 11.)
* The person is moving or talking when the
measurement is being carried out.
(Please see pages 12 and 13.)
The SYS or DIA is
low.
* The position of the pressure cuff is too high.
(Please see pages 12 and 13.)
* The person is moving or talking when the
measurement is being carried out.
(Please see pages 12 and 13.)
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| Troubleshooting (cont.
Symptom
Possible cause
Blood pressure is
abnormally high or
low.
e The posture of the person is different each time
measurements are carried out.
(Please see pages 12 and 13.)
Measurements are
different from those
taken by a doctor.
Measurements are
different each time.
* The person is slightly tense when with
the healthcare professional, causing the
measurements to be different.
* Relax for ten minutes and then carry out the
measurement again.
Measurements are
different from those
obtained using an
upper arm type blood
pressure meter.
* There may be major differences in blood
pressure recorded at the wrist and on the
upper arm for people with peripheral circulatory
problems.
Varying sounds and
pressurization speeds
occur during inflation
of the cuff.
* Changes in operating sounds and
pressurization speeds are normal and occur
due to the fact that measurements are being
made as the cuff is being inflated.
The (ZW mark
flashes when readings
are being taken.
* There was a significant fluctuation in pulse
when readings were being taken.
(Please see page 18.)
The BE mark
flashes when readings
are being taken.
* Your hand or wrist moved.
(Please see page 17.)
The BE mark
flashes even though |
did not move my hand
or Wrist.
* In some cases this will be displayed when you
have tensed the muscles in your hand. Relax
the muscles in your hand and take the reading
again.
(Please see page 17.)
If the unit still appears to provide unusual or erroneous readings,
consult your physician. If the unit does not appear to be functioning
properly, contact Panasonic at 1-800-338-0552.
25 Eri
For questions or assistance with your blood pressure
monitor, call us at 1-800-338-0552.
Panasonic Corporation of North America Ew
One Panasonic Way, 1H-1 Y
Secaucus, NJ 07094 [=]: 4
1-800-338-0552 (USA only) for questions and comments W9030BW10204
Revision date: 2013-06-01 B No.4
Issued date: 2010-06-18
No.4 EN, SP (ZXU#) Printed in China
© Panasonic Corporation 2010 Impreso en China
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