Why use Ambulatory BP Monitors TM-2441 A&D?
Ambulatory BP Monitors TM-2441 A&D
Measuring your blood pressure is the only way to know whether you have high blood pressure. High blood pressure usually has no warning signs or symptoms, and many people do not know they have it.
Weight: The weight of an Ambulatory monitor is a big factor when it comes to patient comfort and getting the best results. With the TM-2441 weighing just 135 grams, this makes the new A&D range the lightest in this class.
This helps ensure that your patient will hardly know they are wearing their A&D Ambulatory Monitor.
Compact Design: The size of an Ambulatory Monitor is another important factor when choosing a device that a patient can easily wear comfortably and discreetly for long periods of time.
The new TM-2441 is the smallest in class, measuring just 66mm x 24.5mm x 95mm (WxHxD). This again, helps ensure that your patient hardly notices they are wearing their A&D Ambulatory Monitor.
Soft cloth cuff: Unlike some of the rough plastic cuffs available on some older devices, the TM-2441 benefit from a soft, machine washable cloth, to ensure maximum comfort whilst the patient wears the device over long periods of time.
AFib+ : Having pioneered IHB (Irregular Heart Beat)/Circadian Rhythm analysis technology in 2001, A&D have further developed this technology on the new Ambulatory Monitor range.
The new monitors feature A&D’s new, unique Afib+ technology which allows patient screening for both Irregular HeartBeat and Atrial Fibrillation (AFib).