Caring for a Better Life
Caring for a Better Life
Caring for a Better Life

During calibration, the user should rest quietly for about five minutes in a seated position where user’s elbow rests on the table, slightly below the level of the heart. The palm should be turned upward, with the hand remaining open and relaxed. The arms back and feet should be supported and in a relaxed position. The legs should remain uncrossed.

Measurement Range

Systolic BP – 80 mm Hg to 180 mm Hg, trend ± 30 mm Hg

Diastolic BP – 50 mm Hg to 120 mm Hg, trend ± 20 mm Hg

If Diastolic is above 140 mmHg and Systolic is < or equal to 80, it is called Isolated Diastolic Blood Pressure.

If Diastolic is around 120 mm Hg and Systolic is above 90 mm Hg, it is called Isolated Systolic Blood Pressure.

Normal adult Blood Pressure is defined as a blood pressure of 120 mm Hg when the heart beats (systolic) and a blood pressure of 80 mm Hg when the heart relaxes (diastolic). When systolic blood pressure is equal to or above 140 mm Hg and diastolic blood pressure is equal to or above 90 mm Hg the blood pressure is considered to be raised or high. In Hypertension both Systolic and Diastolic values are above normal.


Arm and back are supported, PPG taken from fingertip, and the finger is at heart level.