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ya im still a young adult and idc about blood pressure yet so im ganna pass
Bountiful Overflowing Cornucopia 07.12.2011
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Hard Disk: 20MB
RAM: 16mb, 32mb recommended
Processor: 80468CPU with 50MHz, 75MHz recommended
I think it would be safe to sum that up with "a computer"
Seriously, 75MHz recommended, with 32mb ram? Imagine Vista trying to run on that...
And sorry, but I'm pretty sure the 80468 never existed. Who writes this stuff?
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how acurate are these things?
My dad could use one . . .also he is pretty big. do the measurements sounds like they would be good for a big fella?
Don't be sexist. Broads hate that.
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I have this unit about a year and have compared its readings right next to my Dr's results and it was with in 3 points of what he got doing it the old fashion way. The Dr was happy with the results and I use it once daily to monitor my hypertension issues (two teenage daughter at home). Easy to use and results in less than 2 min. Only issue I had was the cuff was to small, I'm 6'5'' 400 lbs, 22" arms, but after contacting the manufacture they sent me a bigger cuff and all is good.
You should take the readings after setting for 15 min and be sure to put the cuff in the same place every time, this takes a little practice. No more concerns for the high readings at the Dr office as I would be nervous, now I can show the Dr a few weeks of tests for a much more accurate diagnoses and adjustment of my meds if needed. I do recommend this monitor if ya need one.
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