AMBULATORY BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR


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Decrease hypertension misdiagnosis

The Welch Allyn® ABPM 7100 is an easy-to-use ambulatory blood pressure monitor. 24-Hour monitoring can help limit the effects of 'white coat' hypertension, capture accurate sleep blood pressure readings and tailor drug therapy regimens to meet patient needs — all from the comfort of your patients’ homes.

Powerful analysis software lets you examine readings more effectively so you can diagnose potential patient complications. Enhance blood pressure management for your patients while making out-of-office monitoring efficient for your practice. Helps you confirm hypertension diagnoses and monitor the impact of hypertension treatments.

Watch the ABPM 7100 Demonstration Video

Demonstration of the Welch Allyn® ABPM 7100, a 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor. Learn how to set up the device, prepare a patient test, download results and use report functions.

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ABPM-7100/7100S
Now also available with optional Central Blood Pressure and Pulse Wave Analysis
 
  • Meets or exceeds the latest AAMI, EHS standards and has a BHS A/A rating
  • Features unlimited protocols for programming measurement periods and inflation frequencies
  • Lightweight, compact and quiet 24-hour monitoring can help improve patient compliance
  • Uses oscillometric technology—a validated method of automatic NIBP measurement
  • Auto Feedback Logic during inflation helps improve patient comfort and acceptance
  • Latex-free cuffs help reduce the risk of patient allergic reactions
  • Welch Allyn CardioPerfect® WorkStation software for comprehensive reporting and analysis tools
  • Helps you confirm hypertension diagnoses and/or monitor the impact of hypertension treatment

Watch the ABPM 7100 Installation Video

Installation video for the Welch Allyn® ABPM 7100, a 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor. 

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Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring:
The gold standard for
diagnosing hypertension

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Explore the evidence

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring gives a more accurate diagnosis

Traditional blood pressure tests taken at a doctor’s office commonly overestimates blood pressure.

In contrast, the portable Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor takes consistent day and night measurements and allows the patient to feel calm during monitoring in a familiar environment, providing prognostic information above and beyond isolated clinic measurements.

How to review ambulatory blood pressure monitoring

The ABPM data should have at least two measurements per hour, during a 24-hour period. Where relevant, patient information such as food dairy, time of drug treatment, and physical activity needs to be considered as such activities can affect blood pressure.

 

What is ambulatory blood pressure monitoring?

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABPM) requires a patient to wear a portable blood pressure measuring device for a 24-hour period, during normal daily activities, including sleep. Every 15-30 minutes during the day and every 30-50 minutes during the night, the device uses an oscillometric technique, via a sensor cuff worn on the upper arm, to detect the average systolic, diastolic, blood pressure and heart rate.

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring is more cost effective

As a result, international guidelines, from the U.S. and the United Kingdom, recommends Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABPM) as a cost-effective diagnostic technique for all patients with suspected hypertension.

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Reference Listing:

 1 Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, National Health Survey 2014/15.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2 Australian Bureau of Statistics National Health Survey 2017-18                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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