Silvercrest 326870 Instructions For Use And Safety Notes

Silvercrest 326870 Instructions For Use And Safety Notes

Upper arm blood pressure monitor


Item No. / No. de artículo: 659.59


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  • Page 1 LARO 04.07.2019 Item No. / No. de artículo: 659.59...
  • Page 2 UPPER ARM BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR / TENSIÓMETRO DE BRAZO UPPER ARM BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR Instructions for use and safety notes TENSIÓMETRO DE BRAZO Notas sobre el uso y la seguridad IAN 326870 6870_silv_Blutdruckmessgeraet_Cover_US.indd 2 04.07.19 09:2...
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  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    04.07.2019 LARO Signs and symbols ...........Page Description of signal words .......Page Customer service ............Page List of pictograms used .........Page Introduction ..............Page Intended use ..............Page Improper use ..............Page Parts description...............Page Scope of delivery .............Page 11 Technical data ..............Page 11 Important safety notes ..........Page 14 Safety warnings for batteries ..........Page 27 Initial use ..............
  • Page 6 Saving, requesting and deleting measurements Page ..................43 Cleaning and care .............Page 44 Storage ................Page 45 Troubleshooting ............Page 46 Disposal ................Page 47 Three year limited warranty ......Page 47 US-EN 6870_silv_Blutdruckmessgeraet_Content_US.indd 4 04.07.19 09:1...
  • Page 7: Signs And Symbols

  • Page 8: Customer Service

    Visit the Website Customer Service Platform at Visit a LIDL store for further assistance. Please have your IAN number ready. IAN 326870 List of pictograms used Safety note related to possible damage to the de- vice / components Safety notes...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    Operating Permissible operating temperature and humidity Permissible storage, transport and operating air pressure Applied part, type BF Serial number Device protected against foreign matter ≥ 0,49 inch / IP21 12.5 mm and against water falling vertically Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor Introduction Congratulations on your purchase.
  • Page 10: Intended Use

    Intended use This upper-arm blood pressure monitor is intended to measure and monitor the arterial blood pressure values and the heart rates of adults with an arm circumference of 8.7 in to 16.5 in (22 cm to 42 cm), in a non-invasive way. Using this device, you can quickly and easily measure your blood pressure, save the measurements and display the progression and average of these measurements.
  • Page 11: Parts Description

    Do not self-diagnose or self-treat based on the measure- ment results without consulting your attending physician. Do not start new medication without consulting a doctor and do not modify the type and / or dosage of current medications. The product may not be used in conjunction with a high-frequency surgical unit.
  • Page 12 Connection for cuff plug Battery compartment Display indicators Time and date Systolic pressure Diastolic pressure Pulse value determined Symbol for cardiac arrhythmia Symbol for pulse Symbol for replace battery Memory display: Average value (A), morning (AM), evening (PM), number of the memory space Risk indicator Release air User memory...
  • Page 13: Scope Of Delivery

    Scope of delivery 1 Upper arm blood pressure monitor 1 Upper arm cuff (Material no. 164.137) with cuff tubing 4 Batteries 1.5 V type AAA LR03 1 Instructions for use 1 Quick start guide Technical data Type: SBM 69 Measuring method: Oscillometric, non-invasive blood pres- sure measurement on the upper arm Measurement range: Cuff...
  • Page 14 diastolic 40–130 mmHg, pulse 40–199 beats per minute Display accuracy: systolic ± 3 mmHg, diastolic ± 3 mmHg, pulse ± 5 % of the displayed value Measurement uncertainty: max. permissible standard deviation according to clinical testing: systolic 8 mmHg / diastolic 8 mmHg Memory: 4 x 30 memory spaces Dimensions:...
  • Page 15 Product expected lifespan: 5 years Battery life: 225 measurements, depending on blood pressure level and inflation pressure / Bluetooth ® transfer Components: instructions for use, 4 x 1.5 V AAA LR03 batteries, storage pouch Classification: Internal supply, IP21, no AP or APG, continuous operation, applied part Type BF Data transfer via...
  • Page 16: Important Safety Notes

    - Mozilla Firefox - Google Chrome - Apple Safari (in the respective updated version) System requirements of the “HealthForYou” iOS from Version ≥ 10.0, Android from Version ≥ 5.0, Bluetooth ® ≥ 4.0. Technical specifications subject to change without notice due to updates.
  • Page 17 – vessel anomalities – people with electrical implants, such as a cardiac pacemaker – women who are pregnant. Due to their condition the oscillometric measurement method can produce incorrect readings. This represents a risk for your health, since values may be interpreted incorrectly.
  • Page 18 Please note that technically related measuring tolerances are possible. Please see section “Technical data” for details. Note: A single measurement does not provide an ac- curate indication of your true blood pressure. You need to take and record several readings over a period of time.
  • Page 19 If you notice abnormal or suspicious variations in blood pressure measurements, consult your physician immedi- ately. Women who underwent a breast or axillar lymph node removal operation should consult a physician or licensed healthcare provider before starting blood pressure measurements. Prior to use, you have to ensure that the blood pressure monitor is free of damage.
  • Page 20 This product is not a toy. Keep it out of reach of children, toddlers, and infants. Keep the product out of the reach of pets. Packaging materials are a deadly hazard for children and can cause suffocation. Remove all packaging ma- terials immediately and keep them away from children at all times.
  • Page 21 approved for use with the device may cause damage to your health and to the product. Electromagnetic interference: Avoid strong electrical or electromagnetic fields in the direct vicinity of the device (e.g. mobile telephones, microwave ovens) while it is in operation, as inaccurate measurements may result.
  • Page 22 safety. Children should be supervised to ensure they do not play with the device. Cardiovascular system diseases may result in incorrect measurements and/or impairments to the device‘s mea- surement accuracy. This is also the case when it comes to low blood pressure, diabetes, circulatory problems and dysrhythmia, as well as chills and shaking.
  • Page 23 In case the cuff does not stop inflating, interrupt the mea- surement by pressing the start/stop button and open the cuff at once. Do not disassemble the unit, it may result in injuries. When applying the cuff, make sure there are no wrinkles in the cuff.
  • Page 24 Do not inflate the cuff unless wrapped around arm. Do not touch the unit, the tube and cuff and/or press any buttons when measurement is in progress, except for stopping the measurement. Doing so may cause incorrect readings. Blood circulation should not be restricted by the blood pressure measurement for an unnecessary amount of time.
  • Page 25 ambient conditions. Please see section “Cleaning and care” and section “Technical data” for details. Do not use any aggressive solvents, cleaning agents, detergents or any other strong chemicals to clean the device. Never immerse and or spill water or any other liquid onto the monitor or any components, otherwise liquid will enter it and cause damage.
  • Page 26 The device is only intended for the purpose described in these instructions for use. The manufacturer is not lia- ble for damage resulting from improper or careless use. If you are using the unit for the first time, please remove the protective film from the display.
  • Page 28 ‡ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help. Advice on use For consistency, always measure your blood pressure at the same time each day. Always wait at least 5 minutes before starting the initial measurement to allow the blood circulation in your arm to return to normal.
  • Page 29: Safety Warnings For Batteries

    Cardiovascular diseases may lead to incorrect mea- surements or have a detrLPHQWDO H HFW RQ PHDVXrement accuracy. The same also applies to very low blood pressure, diabetes, circulatory disorders and arrhyth- mias as well as chills or shaking. For reliable monitoring and reference of blood pres- sure, keeping long-term records is recommended.
  • Page 30 Keep cells and batteries out of reach of children, espe- cially small batteries. Ingestion may lead to choking or acute and serious personal injury. Keep cells or batteries clean and dry both during use and storage. Wipe metal terminals with a soft, dry cloth if they become dirty.
  • Page 31 Always replace the whole set of batteries at one time, taking care not to mix old and new ones, or batteries of different types, capacities, or manufacturers. Never heat batteries in order to revive them. Never charge a battery unless the battery label specifi- cally states the battery is rechargeable.
  • Page 32: Initial Use

    Initial use Verify the parts listed in the scope of delivery are complete. Remove all packaging material. Inserting / Replacing batteries Slide the battery cover off the battery compartment Insert the four type 1.5 V AAA (Alkaline type LR03) batteries (with the correct polarity) into the device. Please note the marking inside the battery compartment.
  • Page 33: App / Web Version Of "Healthforyou

    All display elements will be displayed briefly and “12h” will flash on the display. Configure the date, time and Bluetooth (see “Configuring date / time / Bluetooth ® ® ”). App / web version of “HealthForYou” Download the free app “HealthForYou” from the Apple App Store and Google Play.
  • Page 34 Before first use and after every battery change: When you insert batteries into the device, you will auto- matically arrive at the relevant menu. If batteries have already been inserted: On the switched-off device, hold the settings button pressed for 5 seconds. Now proceed as follows: The time format will flash.
  • Page 35: Measuring Blood Pressure

    Measuring blood pressure Note: To guarantee that you will be able to compare values adequately, always measure your blood pressure at the same time of day. You should not eat, drink, smoke or be physically active in the 30 minutes before each measurement. Before taking the first blood pressure measurement, always rest for 5 minutes! Furthermore, if you wish to take multiple measurements...
  • Page 36 The cuff should be placed on the upper arm in such a way that the lower edge lies 0.79 in to 1.19 in / 2 cm–3 cm over the crook of the arm and the artery. The cuff tubing points to the centre of the palm. Place the free end of the cuff...
  • Page 37 This cuff is suitable for you if, after putting it on, the index marker (▼) falls within the OK area. Now insert the cuff tubing with the cuff plug into the connector. US-EN 6870_silv_Blutdruckmessgeraet_Content_US.indd 35 04.07.19 09:1...
  • Page 38: Adopting The Correct Posture

    Adopting the correct posture Note: Stay still during the measurement process and do not talk to prevent the measurement result from being falsified. You can carry out the measurement while sitting or lying down. Always ensure that the cuff is at the same level as the heart.
  • Page 39: Selecting A Memory

    Sit comfortably for the blood pressure measurement. Recline your back and arms. Do not cross your legs. Put your feet flat on the ground. In order not to falsify the measurement result, it is im- portant that you stay still and do not talk. Selecting a memory Press the SET button .
  • Page 40: Carrying Out The Blood Pressure Measurement

    Carrying out the blood pressure measurement Place the cuff on your arm as previously described and assume the position in which you wish to carry out the measurement. Switch on the blood pressure monitor using the START / STOP button After the full-screen display, the last measurement result saved will be displayed.
  • Page 41: Transferring Measurements Via Bluetooth

    To power down press the START / STOP button Note: The device switches off automatically after one minute if no button has been pressed. Wait for at least one minute before taking another measurement! Transferring measurements via Bluetooth ® You have the option of transferring the measured values and values saved on your device to your smartphone using Bluetooth ®...
  • Page 42: Evaluating Measurements

    Note: During data transfer, button functions cannot be executed. To transfer measurements to your smartphone via Bluetooth ® proceed as follows: Manual transfer Go to save mode (see “Saving, requesting and deleting measurements”). As soon as the average value of all mea- surements is displayed, a Bluetooth ®...
  • Page 43: Risk Indicator

    Arrhythmia is an illness in which the heart rhythm is abnor- mal due to errors in the bioelectric system, which controls the heartbeat. The symptoms (skipped or premature heart- beats, slow or rapid pulse) can stem from heart conditions, age, physical predispositions, an excess of luxury foods, stress or a lack of sleep.
  • Page 44 Stages of Systolic Diastole Color Measure blood (mmHg) (mmHg) pressure levels Stage 2 >=180 >=110 Seek medical Hypertension advice 160–179 100–109 Seek medical advice Stage 1 140–159 90–99 Have it Hypertension checked regularly by doctor Pre-hyperten- 130–139 85–89 Yellow Have it sion checked regularly...
  • Page 45: Saving, Requesting And Deleting Measurements

    It is important that you consult your doctor at regular intervals. Your doctor will give you your particular values for normal blood pressure as well as the value for when your blood pressure is classified as dangerous. The bar chart on the display and the scale on the device state which range the blood pressure measured is in.
  • Page 46: Cleaning And Care

    “PM”). By pressing the memory button M again, the last individual measurement will be displayed with the date and time. Press the START / STOP button to switch off the device. Note: The device switches off automatically after one minute when no button has been pressed. Deleting data To delete the memory of the selected user, press the memory button M...
  • Page 47: Storage

    Storage Possible property damage! Do not place any heavy objects on the device and cuff If the product will not be used for more than one month, remove both batteries from the device to prevent possible battery leakage. Do not kink the cuff tubing Store the product in a dry location (relative humidity ≤...
  • Page 48: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Trouble- Problem Solution shooting The pulse cannot be Repeat the measurement measured correctly. process. Be sure not to move or talk. You have been talking or moving during the measurement process. The cuff was attached too tightly or too loo- sely.
  • Page 49: Disposal

    Disposal Observe the local regulations for material disposal. Dispose of the device in accordance with local regulations. If you have any questions, please contact the local authorities re- sponsible for waste disposal. Three year limited warranty What does this warranty cover? The warranty covers: ·...
  • Page 50 exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential dam- ages, so this limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. What is the period of coverage and warranty resolution? The warranty is for 3 years from the date of purchase. At our discretion, product will either be refunded or replaced.
  • Page 51 What must you do to keep the warranty in effect? · Retain the original receipt; · Follow all product instructions; · Do not repair or modify the product. How does state law relate to this warranty? This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
  • Page 52 The Bluetooth ® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Hans Dinslage GmbH is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
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  • Page 60 Table 3: Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic immunity: Radiated RF Test Band Service IEC61000- Fre- (MHz) 4-3 (Test quency specifica- tions for ENCLOSURE PORT IMMU- NITY to RF wireless communica- tions equip- ment) 380‒390 TETRA 430‒470 GMRS 460: FRS 460 704‒787 LTE Band 13, 17...
  • Page 61 Radiated RF Test Band Service IEC61000- Fre- (MHz) 4-3 (Test quency specifica- tions for ENCLOSURE PORT IMMU- NITY to RF wireless communica- tions equip- ment) 1720 1700‒1990 GSM 1800; CDMA 1845 1900; GSM 1900; DECT; 1970 LTE Band 1, 3, 4, 25; UMTS 2450 2400‒2570...
  • Page 62 Table 3: Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic immunity: Radiated RF Modu- Modu- Dis- IMMU- IEC61000- lation lation tance NITY 4-3 (Test TEST specifica- LEVEL tions for (V/m) ENCLOSURE PORT IMMU- NITY to RF wireless communica- tions equip- ment) Pulse modula- tion b) 18 Hz...
  • Page 63 Radiated RF Modu- Modu- Dis- IMMU- IEC61000- lation lation tance NITY 4-3 (Test TEST specifica- LEVEL tions for (V/m) ENCLOSURE PORT IMMU- NITY to RF wireless communica- tions equip- ment) Pulse modula- tion b) 217 Hz Pulse modula- tion b) 217 Hz Pulse modula-...
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