The UA-767 Plus 30 takes you one step further in the monitoring of your health. Its special features, including an IHB ( Irregular Heart Beat ) indicator, WHO classification indicator and large 30-memory with an average summary function offers the user, not just a blood pressure measurement, but further additional information about your condition. A large display and one-touch measurement along with an illuminated START button are everyday tools making the use of our monitor simpler and easier for you.
UA-767 Plus is equipped with following “Plus” features for you to benefits from for Daily Home-Monitoring.
Irregular Heartbeat (IHB) Indicator
Lights after IHB was detected during the measurement. Informs you of an irregular heartbeat, which may cause cardiovascular disease. (Note: This is for warning purposes only and not to diagnose. A&D recommends contacting a physician if the user sees this indicator light frequently)
Blood Pressure Classification Indicator
World Health Organization (WHO) classifies blood pressure ranges into 6 stages. UA-767Plus indicates your position (Optimal to Severe hypertension) automatically after each measurement is complete. Two symbols are shown simultaneously; one is for your last reading and other from averaged data stored in the unit.
Last Reading Recall
UA-767Plus indicates your previous reading on the LCD display when the START button is pressed.
Extra Large 3-line Display
Easy to read 3-line display shows all the measurement(systolic/diastolic pressure and pulse rate) simultaneously.
Larger numbers are easier on the eyes.
Pressing the START button completes all the steps for a blood pressure measurement, for simple and accurate operation.
"SlimFit" Comfortable Cuff
A new innovative edge free internal bladder “EFB” promises even pressure on the arm during the measurement. This provides the user with a higher level of comfort while the arm is under pressure.
It works with a standard AC adapter inlet
- 4 years
- Additional functions
- Irregular Pulse Detection
- BHS (British Hypertension Society)
ESH (European Society of Hypertension)
- Upper arm