KSBY News Investigations Suggest In-Store and At-Home Blood Pressure Monitors Are Not Very Accurate

May 08, 2016
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KSBY.com is a popular news hub that carries popular stories, sports, weather and community reports. The website recently featured a news report about the accuracy of blood pressure monitors. Just-Brill stated that their blood pressure cuff wrist monitor unlike others was guaranteed to give accurate readings to the user.

In the report on KSBY.com, one patient named Dennis Wizemann explained that he thought his blood pressure was under control. This was because he regularly checked it using a monitor at home and sometimes used the machines in the store. However, on checking with a healthcare provider, they found he had hypertension and he had to be placed on medication.

According to the report, Janet Spagna, a nurse practitioner at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center, was concerned that a person with hypertension could use the machines in the drug store and receive a false reading. The American Heart Association has labelled high blood pressure as a silent killer because there are no symptoms. If “left untreated, high blood pressure can cause heart attacks, heart failure, stroke, kidney damage, vision loss and even death.”

The report further stated that in order to avoid false readings, users who use these in-store or at-home machines should be seated upright with legs uncrossed, make sure the cuff fits their arm correctly, rest five minutes and do not have coffee or cigarettes beforehand and make sure the machines are properly maintained.

“We saw the news story from KSBY.com and agree that persons should ensure that user-controlled blood pressure monitors give the best readings possible. Persons will be glad to know that our DigiPulse blood pressure monitors produce accurate test results and has a cuff that is very adjustable to the size of the user. Our blood pressure monitor is also portable and convenient and can be used to supplement healthy lifestyle monitoring,” commented a representative from the Amazon vendor Just-Brill.

The Just-Brill DigiPulse Blood Pressure Monitor is sold exclusively on the number one online shopping marketplace, Amazon. The blood pressure monitor is sold for an affordable price under $35 and is capable of producing systolic, diastolic and pulse readings.

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