Taking a Blood Pressure Measurement
NOTE: Blood pressure constantly changes during the
course of a day. Occasionally, high or low readings do not
necessarily mean your monitor is malfunctioning or that
you are ill. It is important to speak with your doctor to learn
what your normal blood pressure is if you experience
When you take a measurement the monitor automatically
stores it in memory space number one. As you continue to
take measurements the monitor will push the previous
measurement back one space. In other words, the value in
space one will always be the most recent blood pressure
Your monitor features a 3 party memory capability or 3
"zones" - each zone stores 40 measurements a for a total
memory capacity of 120 readings. This unique feature allows
3 users to use and store their blood pressure measurements
separately all on one monitor. This feature is also useful for
one user to track their blood pressure throughout the day:
morning, afternoon, and evening.
Recalling Stored Measurements
You will see a number appear: 1, 2, or 3. (Fig. 1)
Press the (M) MEMORY button and the average of the last 3
readings will be displayed for that zone. For example, if you
select zone No. 1 and you press MEMORY, the average of
thelast 3 measurements stored in zone No. 1 will appear on
(Down) to view the next stored measurement;
(Up) to go back to the previous measurement.
To go back to the main screen for "Recalling Stored
Measurements" and to choose another zone, press
to scroll through the measurements until you reach the most
recent measurement and press once more. You can also
press START/STOP to return to the main screen.
Follow steps 1-3 once again to review measurements in
(Down) button to select a user zone.