Using oscillographic method to measure perceived blood pressure values. Apply pressure at a constant rate, and during the pressure process, detect the blood pressure signal and heartbeat frequency, measure the high blood pressure (systolic blood pressure) and low blood pressure (diastolic blood pressure) in the human body, and stop applying pressure after the pulse value is reached.
This measurement technique can have different compression values based on a person's systolic blood pressure and arm thickness. This technology eliminates unnecessary pressurization, reduces discomfort caused by prolonged pressurization of the subject, and makes measurement results faster and more accurate.
This function helps to remind the measurer to maintain a quiet state, and a symbol reminder will be displayed for every body shake during the measurement process. This function can remind the measurer to maintain a quiet and stable state for measurement at any time, making blood pressure measurement more accurate.
Sensors can analyze the heartbeat of the subject during the measurement process, and still analyze irregular heartbeat rhythms based on differences in heart rate fluctuations. Corresponding symbols are displayed on the screen to remind the subject of irregular heart rate and to consult a professional doctor in a timely manner.
Irregular pulse wave technology detects arrhythmia, including atrial fibrillation (AF, AFib), atrial and/or ventricular premature beats (PC), tachycardia (TACH), and bradycardia (BRAD). Arrhythmias may be related to heart disease and require medical attention, so early diagnosis is the most important. Irregular pulse wave technology detects arrhythmia simultaneously during routine blood pressure checks, without requiring any additional user skills or increasing measurement time.
The solution chip can be built-in with 500 sets of memory data.
A single chip can be compatible with voice playback in different languages from all countries around the world.
Capable of driving TFT color screens (with pixel requirements), LED screens (with pixel requirements), LED digital screens, and LCD code breaking screens
Can be transmitted to batch devices through WI-FI, Bluetooth, 2G/4G/5G peer-to-peer