Blood pressure is a medical term and condition so commonly ingrained in our daily language that it is often the first guess for any symptom or illness' source.
The term refers to a force that pushes blood through our body's circulatory system. It is crucial because the circulatory system can not push nutrients and oxygen to nourish our tissues and organs without it.
Normal blood pressure is also essential for transporting hormones like insulin, white blood cells, and antibodies for immunity. So if the blood pressure levels of a person deviate even a little bit from the norm, it poses significant threats to an individual's overall health and well-being.
Although our blood pressure fluctuates throughout the day based on our daily activities, if the levels are consistently high or low, it can have dire medical consequences for the individual, including the possibility of heart attacks or strokes.
It is no wonder then that being able to accurately and regularly monitor a person's blood pressure levels is of the utmost importance.
The BPAro Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring
The instrument used to measure blood pressure is called a sphygmomanometer. It consists of a rubber armband which is inflated using a manual or an electric pump. Once the armband is adequately inflated and can stop the pulse, an electronic or analog dial takes the reading.
Usually, a single blood pressure test in a clinic or doctor's office is insufficient to determine whether someone has hypertension (high blood pressure) or hypotension (low blood pressure). Your doctor may then recommend ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) if they have any reason to believe that your blood pressure levels may be deviating, making you susceptible to the associated health problems.
But traditional sphygmomanometers are heavy, bulky, and complicated to operate. Dragging them around for hours on end is definitely not an option. How then does a patient have their blood pressure monitored without it becoming an inconvenience to their lives?
The BPAro ambulatory blood pressure monitor (ABPM) was developed to provide an effective and affordable answer to this problem. It is a small, portable device equipped with the most advanced and reliable health metrics. By continuously and dynamically tracking people's blood pressure for up to 30 hours while they go about their daily lives, including sleeping, BPAro can effectively act as a diagnostic foundation.
It is easy to use and comes with clear instructions for both patients and professionals. Measurement time and frequency can also be programmed to operate at desired predetermined intervals, allowing each person to customize the device for their needs.
Moreover, BPAro employs technology to save the results of the patient's blood pressure monitoring and make it available on the user's personal cloud account and via the BPAro App.
More Results = Precise Diagnosis and Treatment
Without the need for a doctor or a patient to put in any manual effort, BPAro measures and generates a significant number of blood pressure readings.
If a single blood pressure reading is insufficient to identify hypertension or hypotension, the BPAro device can be a lifesaver for individuals everywhere. Without interference from the stressors prevalent in clinical settings, the data produced provides a blood pressure profile for the patient in their daily environment.
Benefits for Medical Professionals
The BPAro ABPM is beneficial not only for patients who want to monitor themselves at home but clinicians and doctors can also take advantage of this device.
Thanks to the quick, precise data from BPAro's ABPM system, healthcare professionals can comfortably adjust their patients' medication and examine their cardiovascular risks more precisely.
It enables doctors to monitor a patient's blood pressure continuously. BPAro generates and measures a substantial number of blood pressure measurements without the assistance of the patient or a medical practitioner. As soon as data has been transmitted from the device to the BPAro app, reports are made available both to the doctors as well as the patient.
Typically, the device is used to detect high or low blood pressure. However, a clinician can also use the tool to monitor patients who have already been diagnosed and are taking medicine or changing their lifestyle.
BPAro App Makes the Process Easier and More Efficient
The BPAro app, with its extremely user-friendly interface, makes it simple to download and share reports. One account can sync with several clinics and many patients. Therefore, a single account can be used by multiple employees. The app is available on both Android and Apple devices.
Based on predetermined parameters, the BPAro app also provides clinical interpretation. On top of this, the devices are easily trackable and paired with patients, which means that health records for patients can be tracked and compared over time. Electronic medical records are also compatible with HL7, and external API can also be made available.
Additional perks exclusive to the BPAro ABPM include the availability of the cuff in multiple sizes, a simple, portable diabetic button for people who have already received a diabetes diagnosis, and ambulatory non-invasive blood pressure measurements (NIBP), which can be recorded and categorized in up to 350 groups.
With all the advantages that the BPAro ambulatory blood pressure monitoring brings to the table, it is no surprise that this clinically validated, FDA and Health Canada- approved device has now become the industry gold standard and is a staple in hospitals, clinics, and other medical facilities everywhere.
Monitoring blood pressure has never been easier and more precise!