BLOOD PRESSURE HOLTER MONITOR
Ipertensione borderline, Ipertensione notturna, Ipertensione episodica o ipotensione (sintomatica), Sospetta apnea durante il sonno.
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Walk200b is a wearable outpatient blood pressure meter for 24 hours. You will receive the report signed by the cardiologist within a short amount of time at your home.
- Simple to use, lightweight and compact to maximise patient comfort
- LCD display for displaying measured values and service messages
- Self-adapting algorithm for controlling bracelet inflation function of event marker and start/end periods of wakefulness and sleep
- Small size and quietness of the pump.
The adaptive inflation system makes coexistence with the device more comfortable: the bracelet, in fact, adapts the inflation according to its pressure trend, avoiding excessive pressure on the arm. You can take the exam by comfortably receiving the device at home, avoiding the long waits at hospitals.
What is a blood pressure ECG?
The Walk200b device is lightweight and allows accurate blood pressure monitoring for 24 consecutive hours. The practical shoulder bag allows the patient to comfortably wear the device during all daily activities. The medical report, signed by a specialised cardiologist, will be available soon after the device has been returned.
What is it for?
The pressure holter is a diagnostic examination that allows you to measure an individual’s blood pressure at regular intervals, over a 24-hour period of time. During the examination period the pressure will be measured automatically every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes at night.
Who is the exam recommended for?
Increased blood pressure (hypertension) is one of the main causes of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and strokes. Performing a blood pressure Holter exam is essential for prevention. Hypertension can be caused by:
Genetics, hereditary or physiological factors such as advanced age, pathological alterations, environmental factors, excessive consumption of salty foods.