Omron 8712 Manual Inflation Blood Pressure Monitor
Last updated: October 14, 2022
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You'll need to pump a bulb to take your pressure on this blood pressure monitor. Its limited size only makes it fitting for biceps between 9 and 13 inches. However, the monitor's durability and low price also make it a competitive option against higher-priced automatic monitors.In our analysis of 59 expert reviews, the Omron Manual Inflation Blood Pressure Monitor placed 20th when we looked at the top 24 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Clinically proven accuracy Easy to squeeze bulb Adult cuff included fits arms 9″ to 13″ in circumference Large cuff available separately fits arms 13″ to 17″ in circumference 1 year warranty Omron HEM 432C Digital Blood Pressure Monitor-Manual InflationTaking your blood pressure is easy with the lightweight and convenient HEM-432 blood pressure monitor. Simply wrap the cuff around your arm and squeeze the bulb to begin inflation. In seconds, your blood pressure and pulse readings are displayed on the large digital panel.The HEM-432 has been tested, evaluated and proven to meet the rigorous safety and accuracy standards set by independent organizations.Manual blood pressure monitors require the individual to manually inflates the monitor, which is accomplished by squeezing the bulb to the necessary inflation level.Clinically proven accuracy Easy to squeeze bulb Adult cuff included fits arms 9″ to 13″ in circumference Large cuff available separately fits arms 13″ to 17″ in circumference 1 year warranty
Our Expert Consultant
Gastroenterologist and adjunct assistant professor at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine
He is a graduate of the Medical University of Silesia-Hope Medical Institute in Poland. After completing his residency in internal medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital, he was selected to be the 2013‐2014 Chief Resident at Lenox Hill Hospital–Northshore LIJ Health System. Dr. Sonpal completed his fellowship in gastroenterology and hepatology at Lenox Hill Hospital and continues his work in the field of medical-student and resident-test preparation. He now serves as the associate program director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Brookdale University medical center.
He is also the co‐author of several medical test prep books and serves as the chief operating officer for Medquest Test Prep and director of medical education for Picmonic Test Prep.