iHealth Blood Pressure Dock will cause a blood pressure of users of iGadgets
The "apple" equipment is popular not only among ordinary consumers, but also physicians and other experts. Not including that, the property of suitable appendices often helps to help timely honey, and the strong metal case of players from time to time helps out life to fighters. The iHealth company decided to re-embody iГаджеты in absolutely functional honey the device.
iHealth Blood Pressure Dock represents a docking station for iPad, iPhone/iPod touch by which it is possible to define a blood pressure of the person and his pulse. There is a thought that the device is one more useless accessory at the price of actually in $100, but in this case it not absolutely so.
The company also developed and published the special iHealth BPM appendix which turns iHealth Blood Pressure Dock into powerful and successful honey the tool in App Store. In – 1-x to define pressure by such docking station with comfort. In – 2-x, all results remain also the user, also his treating doctor can look a blood pressure in dynamics, and it in turn will help to diagnose and appoint healing if there will be a need. In – 3-x, the program can build schedules and charts by results of researches that simplifies a task of physicians or the user even more. In – 4-x, the device is comfortable stock for remote monitoring of the patient and allows to send results by mail.
Among technical features it should be noted existence of the accumulator built in iHealth Blood Pressure Dock. In other words at work the device does not discharge the battery of phone, a player or a tablet. Besides the docking station can charge them.
It is heavy to tell, how precisely the device measures a blood pressure. It is considered that traditional manual tonometers with a pear do it it is better than own electronic brothers (on the last measure, that are available in drugstores), but process of iHealth Blood Pressure Dock considerably simplifies and offers weight depicted above additional possibilities. [iHealth]
Update: review of a tonometer of iHealth