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Beurer BM 60 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor

Beurer BM 60 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor

Accurately takes your blood pressure measurement with integrated resting heart rate indicator.

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$ 64.75
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The Beurer Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor is an upper arm cuff that you slip over and up your arm. It quickly and accurately takes a reading of your blood pressure, and clearly displays this reading on it's large LCD screen.

At the same time, the audio output also reads your data out loud. It warns you if any of your readings could be a potential danger to your health, in accordance with the WHO (World Health Organization) guidelines. Additionally, if the Monitor detects any possible heart rhythm abnormalities, it will also alert you.

Beurer Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor BM60
  • Fully-automatic measurement upper arm
  • Patented resting indicator for exact measurement results
  • WHO classification and arrhythmia detection (irregular heart beat)
  • 2 x 60 memory spaces
  • Average calculation
  • Large, easy-to-read LCD display
  • Suitable for use with mains adapter
  • For upper arm circumferences 22-32 cm
  • Time and date
  • Automatic switch-off function
  • Change battery indicator

Find out more

What is blood pressure?

Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by the blood on the walls of the arteries (measured in mmHg).

Blood pressure is partially dependent on the following factors:
  • the strength of your heartbeat
  • the blood quantity
  • the diameter of your vessels
  • the elasticity of your vessels
Systolic and diastolic values are distinguished
  • The higher systolic value indicates what pressure is present in the cardiovascular system when the heart muscle contracts and forces the blood into the body with all its strength.
  • The lower diastolic value indicates the pressure at the moment the heart relaxes.
The optimal measurement for adults at rest is a value of 120 over 80 mmHg.
  • from 140 over 90 mmHg are referred to as minor hypertension
  • from 160 over 95 mmHg are referred to as major hypertension (high blood pressure).

How to measure correctly:

Regular measurement of blood pressure is important. Every 5th adult over 40 years old is affected by high blood pressure. In most cases high blood pressure is discovered by chance.
  • Hold the blood pressure monitor at level of heart
  • Sit comfortably
  • Hold arm still
  • Do not speak
  • Do not clench fists
  • Do not move
  • Relax before and during measurement
  • Always measure at same time of day if possible